BFI NETWORK LIVE: Film Fun-Raising Workshop - Individual giving 101 + Q&A

Join us for a conversation as Natalie Chan speaks to Allan Wilson about how he supports theatre makers/filmmakers at the early stages of their career

3 November 2020

Over 4 days from 10 to 13 November (Tuesday to Friday) join us over lunch where we'll be bringing you the latest in our BFI NETWORK Live webinar series. Producer Natalie Chan and other guests will be chatting to you about the ins and outs of fundraising for your short film. This is particularly focused on applying to different smaller grant schemes as well as chatting to people on the other side of the table, for filmmakers and artists to understand how to begin a relationship and potential ways to make your own work without breaking the bank.

On Wednesday 11 November at 1PM (London), join us for this workshop as producer Natalie Chan speaks to philanthropic donor, Allan Wilson for a conversation around how he supports theatre makers/filmmakers at the early stages of their career.

Natalie Chan is a producer and project manager and has worked across the UK and Hong Kong and with a background in theatre and cultural events. Her first short film as Producer, Judgement, producing on behalf of The Ace Effect Ltd, was funded by Croydon Council Youth Arts Fund. She is delivering this webinar series as part of the Film and TV Charity’s Community Grant and also an awardee of the Going Places Fund. For theatre, she produced Dumbledore Is So Gay which won an Off West End Commendation Award and VAULT Festival’s Origins Award. She trained as Resident Assistant Producer at Theatre503, worked as Box Office Deputy Manager for Pleasance Theatre and is now heads up the Fundraising and Operations team at Creative Youth Charity alongside freelance producing.

Allan Wilson works for CALL Scotland, a centre based in the University of Edinburgh’s School of Education, providing support for children and young people with communication difficulties. He has a particular expertise in the use of technology to support learners with dyslexia. He has been described as a Fringe fanatic, typically attending 60 – 70 performances on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe most years, while providing support for nearly 20 companies over the last 10 years. He currently fund’s the Summerhall venue’s Autopsy Award, providing £4,000 every year to allow a performer working in Scotland to take part in the Fringe. He is also a Patron of the Lyceum Theatre, The Edinburgh International Festival, The Edinburgh International Book Festival and a Supporter of the Traverse Theatre.

To register for this session please click here.

Once registered you will be sent a confirmation code and details on how to join.

See you there!

 

This event is supported by the Film and TV Charity’s Community Grants.