BAFTA Presents Mission: Possible - Finding Your Film Craft


18 November 2012
Cinema 3

£3 under 18s
£5 over 18s

subject to availability
 sold out

Want to work in film but not sure how? Join BAFTA and a panel of young film practitioners for an on-stage discussion to hear how they got started, what are the highs - and the lows - of working in this creative field, and what advice they’d pass on to any budding hopefuls in the audience.

Panellists include: director Sally El Hosaini, who won a BAFTA award for her short film The Fifth Bowl, was second assistant director on Green Zone and who won the award for best British newcomer at the 2012 BFI London Film Festival for her film My Brother the Devil set in Hackney; director Mat Whitecross whose work includes The Road to Guantanomo, Spooks, Ashes and Spike Island which featured in this year’s London Film Festival and actor; trainee costume designer Anna Oldham-Cooper who graduated from The Arts University College Bournemouth last year with a BA in Costume and Performance Design and has worked on How I Live Now, Gone Too Far and Thor 2, and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, from Misfits and The Comedian which also screened at this year’s London Film Festival, plus a wealth of tv experience.

The talk will be hosted by Catherine Des Forges from the Independent Cinema Office.

Ages 12+

The BAFTA Kids’ Vote site is packed full of exclusive features, competitions and quizzes. Visit for behind the scenes insight and access to the worlds of film, TV and games.
Please note: due to unforeseen circumstances, Sophie Hervieu and Ruth Antoine will no longer be able to attend this event. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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Part of Framed Film Festival 2012

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