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Get a REEL job - Breaking into Animation & VFX

Get a REEL job - Breaking into Animation and Visual Effects

This event took place on Saturday 9th March. Head to our Get a REEL Job page for more events and resources to support your creative career.


Join us for an exclusive look at the real jobs behind your favourite films and TV series.

Come along to:

  • Bust myths about jobs in the creative industries.

  • See animation and VFX demos run by our expert tutors!

  • Peek into the future with a discussion on AI.

  • Learn about building a creative career from our Dean of Animation and Visual Effects Alex Williams and our Head of Visual Effects Clement Gharini.

This event is split into two parts. The morning session is designed for 10–16 year-olds and parents/caregivers and teachers . The afternoon session is for ages 16+.

For attendees aged 10-16, you must be accompanied by an adult (e.g. parent/guardian).

This event is supporting BBC Bring The Drama.

This event has taken place

For ages 10-16 & parents/carers/teachers (10:00AM - 12:30PM)

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Myth busters - How much do you really know about careers in the creative industries?

  • Behind the green screen with Harry Potter's Clement Gharini (Head of Visual Effects at ɫɫӰԺ).

  • An inside look at pre/post-production Escapee student films.

  • AI in the creative industries: friend or foe? with Alex Williams, Lion King Animator (Dean of Animation and Visual Effects at ɫɫӰԺ).

    For attendees aged 10-16, you must be accompanied by an adult (e.g. parent/guardian).

For ages 16+ (1:30PM - 4:00PM)

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Myth busters - How much do you really know about careers in the creative industries?

  • From pen and paper to the big screen – How to create characters and bring them to life, with Lion King Animator Alex Williams (Dean of Animation and Visual Effects at ɫɫӰԺ).

  • Visual Effects, Bridging Real and Unreal Worlds – Much older than many may suspect, the art of visual effects has secretly contributed to the entertainment of millions over nearly a century. Head of VFX, Clement Gharini will provide a glimpse into the magic of this most creative profession.

  • AI in the creative industries: friend or foe? with Alex Williams.

Supporting BBC Bring the Drama

The Bring the Drama Festival is your chance to look at the careers behind the scenes of film and TV.

The BBC has joined forces with more than 150 of the UK’s leading creative organisations to deliver unique Festival events throughout February and March 2024 - and here at ɫɫӰԺ, we're proud to be a part of it.

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