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  • 17 November 2022 22:11 | GBCT Info (Administrator)



    NEW PATRON

    The GBCT Board is delighted that CVP has agreed to become a Patron of the Guild.  Guild Members will have access to some fantastic services and facilities at the CVP-ARRI CREATIVE SPACE in central London and CVP Newman Street.  And with a growing number of services and facilities in the Midlands and Belgium, more information will be available soon!

    https://cvp.com/

  • 13 November 2022 21:53 | GBCT Info (Administrator)


    Remembering former member Kim Seber 1st AC who died recently.

    Although not all of you would have worked with Kim, he was a legend in the drama world and worked on some groundbreaking British films too - Leon the Pig Farmer, Beautiful Thing, Tears Before Bedtime, The Way We Live Now, The Song of Lunch and the award winning State of Play.

    He hadn’t been well for a while and had a very clear idea that after his passing, there would be no fuss. Which means there are no plans for a funeral or memorial – very Kim.

    Kim will be missed both by his family and colleagues as someone who had a sparkling sense of humour and great pride in his work.

  • 13 November 2022 21:47 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    DOP PETER BERGLUND GBCT - "D.O.A" AT FORT LAUDERDALE FILM FESTIVAL
     


    Houndstooth Films announces that D.O.A., starring John Doe, Matt Pinfield, John Byner, and Lucinda Jenney will have its world premiere screening at the 37th Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival this Friday November 11th at 7:30 p.m. at the Savor Cinema in Ft. Lauderdale. Members of the cast and crew will be in attendance.

    John Doe stars as Frank Bigelow, a private detective who begins a routine assignment for a wealthy socialite only to discover that he’s been fatally poisoned; with only days to live, he must unwind a tangle of conspiracies to figure out who “killed” him and why. The fast-paced thriller, directed by Kurt St. Thomas and written by Nicholas Griffin, is a loose remake of the classic 1950 film noir. St. Thomas has been making independent features and music videos for over 20 years.

    The movie was shot entirely in St. Augustine, Florida and features many of the town’s historic buildings dating from the 19th century. The story is set in the late 1940’s and was filmed in black-and-white by cinematographer Peter Berglund. The filmmakers, including production designer Bonnie Druckenmiller, meticulously recreated the period (utilizing a small fleet of vintage cars) to evoke the mood of sun-drenched postwar Florida. Los Angeles-based composer Jaimee Jimin Park composed a lush and ominous orchestral score in the spirit of Bernard Herrmann and Jerry Goldsmith.

    Tickets are available at www.fliff.com
  • 13 November 2022 21:31 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    GBCT MEMBERS IN BRITISH CINEMATOGRAPHER

    Click below to see the latest news from The Guild in the latest British Cinematographer issue!

    CLICK HERE to read

  • 13 November 2022 21:27 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    READ BRITISH CINEMATOGRAPHER’S ENERGACAMERIMAGE 2022 EVENT GUIDE

    To celebrate EnergaCAMERIMAGE’s milestone anniversary, British Cinematographer has created a special preview guide.
     


    You can access your free copy and find out what’s in store at the festival’s fantastic 30th edition now by clicking here

    Find out the latest festival updates from organisers Marek Żydowicz and Kasik Suwała…
    | We spoke to the dynamic duo about all things Camerimage, including the exciting plans for the European Film Centre CAMERIMAGE.

    Take a trip down memory lane with some esteemed attendees…
    | Rachel Morrison ASC, Oliver Stapleton BSC, Robbie Ryan BSC ISC, and Nancy Schreiber ASC share their favourite memories from Camerimages past.

    Explore 30 years of Camerimage in photos…
    | Ever since its first edition in 1993, Camerimage has attracted some of the industry’s greatest talents to Poland. Delve into the Camerimage archives with us - you never know who you might spot!

    Plan your stay in Toruń with our handy events guide…
    | There’s always so much to see and do at Camerimage, from screenings and panels to workshops and parties. Make the most of your time with our highlights list.

    Meet the brands setting up shop at the festival…
    | If you’re in the market for some new kit, you’ll be spoiled for choice by Camerimage’s Marketplace.

    You can read our EnergaCAMERIMAGE preview guide now by clicking the button below...
     
    https://britishcinematographer.co.uk/energa-camerimage-2022-digital/
     
    We hope you enjoy it.

    British Cinematographer
    www.britishcinematographer.co.uk
  • 09 November 2022 18:12 | GBCT Info (Administrator)


     

    SHOWCASING FOCUS PULLING TOOLS FOR A 1ST AC WITH CVP
    Join this informative and interactive hands-on event as we explore the latest tools, equipment, and techniques for Camera Assistants / Focus Pullers of all levels. As the performance and accuracy of your tools are crucial, we have created a unique showcase offering an environment to test and compare the most popular range of solutions with an opportunity to debate and discuss with your peers as well as our independent Technical Consultants.

    Go to for more information and FREE tickets:
    https://cvp.com/events/showcasing-focus-pulling-tools-for-a-1st-ac-with-nov-9-10

  • 09 November 2022 18:07 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    TICKETS GOING FAST FOR THE GTC 50TH
    ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AND AWARDS - 27 NOVEMBER 2022

     

    Tickets Going Fast!

    Sunday 27th November 



    Have you registered?

    21 DAYS TO GO

     

    We're really pleased to say we've had a great response so far.  Tickets are still available, and are going fast!  Please register by Friday 11th November

    Highlights of the day include:

    • MCR21 vintage broadcast mobile control room
    • Zest4TV OB1 modern OB Truck
    • Roving Eye mobile camera platform
    • IAWF wildlife camera hide
    • “Vintage” TV cameras
    • First Aid Courses
    • Industry-leading speakers
    • Free Buffet Lunch
    • Free GTC Awards Dinner
    • Full access to STEAM Museum
    • Adjacent to Swindon Outlet Shopping

    If you haven't registered your free place yet, there is still time...
     

    REGISTER NOW FOR FREE HERE



  • 03 November 2022 18:39 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    JOB AVAILABLE – PROLIGHT DIRECT

    Address: Unit 4, Woodcock Hill Estate, Harefield Rd, Rickmansworth WD3 1PQ; Phone: 020 3475 1963.  Contact: Ossie Jung
     
    JOB TITLE:  Sales and Website support
     
    RESPONSIBLE TO: Directors
     
    Candidate must have a good work ethic, good common sense and attention to detail.
     
    JOB PURPOSE: 

    1. Order processing from goods in-to-goods-out.
    2. Increase Online Digital Exposure.
    3. Promote online sales through social media and mail-outs
    4. Ensure customer orders correctly picked, packed / despatched
    5. Checking in deliveries
     
    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Overseeing the day-to-day sales operations.
    • Improving word press website, adding new products and maintaining pricing / keeping these up to date
    • Maximise & manage the digital marketing profile of the business within social media ie: Facebook, Instagram,  Twitter, LinkedIn etc.
    • Generate new leads via email targeting, Google AdWords, Website optimisation and social media campaigns
    • Manage databases, customer information and effective contact management databases
    • Answering telephone / taking orders verbally
    • Processing customer orders using Sage software
    • Customer orders to be picked / packed and despatched
    • Checking in deliveries, and putting stock in warehouse
    • Check that all deliveries sent out each day have reached their destination follow up on any late / missed deliveries
     
    In addition to the above duties and responsibilities the job holder is required to perform any other duties that may be requested from time to time.
  • 03 November 2022 18:36 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    FREE TRAINING IN CRAFT & TECH – RETURN TO WORK – SCREENSKILLS/MISSION ACCOMPLISHED - APPLY BY 4TH DECEMBER

    If you know anyone who would benefit from attending this training course, please ask them to get in touch. 

    To find out more first: 

    The course, called Return to Work in Craft and Tech HETV,

    (https://www.mission.guru/series/return-to-work-in-craft-and-tech-hetv-training-course/ )  is a mix of online and in-person learning, aimed at bringing talent back into the industry following a career break of 9+ months.
    It’s open to people with 5+ years’ experience in a craft/tech role – including camera operators and technicians of all grades.

    It’s led by Alison Grade of Mission Accomplished, (https://www.mission.guru/) and Sarah Mccaffrey of Solas Mind.(https://www.solasmind.com/) Both highly experienced and connected trainers, who have also navigated a career break and look forward to supporting the successful group of 12 applicants in finding their way back into industry. 

  • 03 November 2022 18:34 | GBCT Info (Administrator)

    MISSION DIGITAL AND SCREENSKILLS RECENTLY LAUNCHED THEIR DIT TRAINING INITIATIVE 

    There are a couple of things they have asked for.  This is a message from the Project Manager, Ingrid Civet:

    “We're still filming some content and I was wondering if you knew of anyone who may be interested in doing an industry testimonial about their relationship with a DIT or if a DIT wants to talk a bit about their journey.

    We're looking to do some filming at Sony in Pinewood on the 7th, 9th and 10th November. 

    I also wanted to reach out as we're starting to prepare for the more in person training for January.  James will be one of the people teaching but I would love to have someone else there too to go through rigs etc...

    Ideally it would be great to have an independent freelancer so that the candidates have both perspective.  Do you think anyone you know may be interested? 

    I have budget for anyone who will be joining us so that they can get paid for their time.”
    To contact Ingrid, please email her: [email protected]

    FOR MORE INFORMATION https://www.missiondigital.co.uk/screenskills-dit-training

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