Grand Scheme Media and Northern Film & Media are partnering to deliver a two-day introduction to the in-demand role of TV Drama Script Supervisor.
Led by experienced script supervisor CARYN LANGRICK, this interactive and highly practical workshop is set at an introductory level. It has been designed to help you understand the job of Script Supervision on Television Drama productions and the skills needed to step up into this demanding role.
Subjects covered will include: the role of a Script Supervisor; working pre-shoot and on location; and working on high-end drama productions. There will be various practical exercises, including filming, and work with a visiting director. There will be a small amount of homework for day 2. Read more information about the course content here.
This is a small-group workshop to ensure that participants get close personal attention. Numbers are likely to be capped at 10 places.
When: Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 September, 10am – 5.30pm
Booking: tickets are priced £149 (plus booking fee). To book your place please click here.
About the course leader
CARYN LANGRICK has worked as a Script Supervisor/Continuity on BBC Drama Series like Casualty, Eastenders, Lovejoy, Inspector Alleyn, Riff Raff Element and Between the Lines.
She transferred to BBC Training as a Senior Course Producer. In this role she ran a portfolio of PA/PC courses, including specialist sessions in Drama Continuity and Drama/Doc Continuity.
She also initiated and designed Introduction and Advanced Script Editing courses. She now works as a Freelance Script Supervisor on highly successful shows like Holby City and Casualty.
About the organisers
Grand Scheme Media is a development consultancy which also provides practical and focused media training and business development. Their courses receive incredibly positive feedback and are part-funded by Creative Skillset. This event is run in partnership with Northern Film & Media. Northern Film & Media are supported by the European Regional Development Fund.