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My Career in Film and TV - NFM Academy Plus



NFM Academy aims to equip those interested in a career in film and TV with the knowledge and the skills required. We aim to help productions in the region find this new talent, taking the pain of recruitment and paperwork away and hopefully making sure finding the right person is easy.

Our next NFM Academy event is part of the NFM Academy Plus strand and focuses on film and TV careers, introducing those new to the industry to experienced professionals who can offer advice and guidance. The event will begin with a panel session discussing routes and roles in the industry and then offer the opportunity to network with experienced crew. 

When: Wednesday 14 June 2017. Registration from 6.30pm; ends 9.30pm.

Where: CastleGate, Melbourne Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2JQ

Please note that there will be a pay bar but that this event is not otherwise catered.

For full information and to book your place please click here

If you have any questions regarding the Bootcamp or the NFM Academy, please email

Thanks to the support of our funders there is no charge for this event. 

NFM Academy is supported by Creative Skillset


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Melbourne Street
Newcastle upon Tyne


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