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Anne Delauzun Sep 14
Final session of today's - discussing the demand for gripping stories on a long-running show. Every month has a 120-page story document which goes initially to writers and editorial team. This is the job of the story producer.
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BD Sep 14
Tonight I went to the masterclass. Had a fab time watching exclusive clips and learning so much about the show's process + had a treasured chat w/ writer Pete Lawson, as well as asked a question to the panel which was related to my dissertation (+)
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Lana Zgombić Sep 14
Now this is how you do a diverse panel 😍 "The Business of Indie Games" at
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ROXANNE Sep 14
Useful tips and info on working in the industry today with . The final session of the day with Eastenders masterclass.
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Leon🔜EGX✨🏳️‍🌈🎮 Sep 15
Jon McKellan: “Playing on expectations that are set-up by title sequences, we can then break them and have fun with it. Title screens tell you so much.”
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Johanna Persson Sep 15
If you missed our panel about cinematics at , theres a podcast available right here!
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BAFTA Games Sep 15
It's day two! Today's games sessions include advice on creating cinematic worlds, a script surgery, how to optimise your game and a masterclass on Forza Horizon 4 🎮🤔 Follow us on Games for highlights!
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John Griffiths Sep 14
About to give some career advice to some industry starters 💪
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Sophie Black Sep 14
I managed to keep this one quiet! I am not only back for this year, but I was honoured to be selected for an Access Pass! Thank you so much to for all the networking, roundtable & one-on-ones I've already enjoyed this morning.
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Leon🔜EGX✨🏳️‍🌈🎮 Sep 15
Jack Attridge: “films are a lean back experience; games are a lean forward experience.” ☝️☝️☝️
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Sophie Black Sep 14
There's a phrase I've heard a lot this weekend - and at many of the events I've attended recently. If you're trying to attract funding/a producer/an agent (etc), here's the key: prove why you are the only person who can tell the story you're trying to tell.
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BAFTA Guru Sep 14
🔊Listen to Jeff Pope's London session where he discusses his writing process and gives tips on how to shape stories!
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John O'Reilly 🔜 Unite Copenhagen! Sep 15
Just arrived at the Rich Mix cinema in London for BAFTA ! To kick the game Dev talks off we have panel about creating cinematic worlds 😄
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Kevin Nally Sep 15
Learning about those word sequence things that happen sometimes in games
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Keval Sep 15
Time for another day of !
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Jonathon 🔜 #EGX2019 Sep 15
Crafting art in games panel time!!
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Mel Phillips Sep 15
Sorry to miss the drinks at - What a wonderful, inspiring weekend it’s been! I’m always blown away by how our industry supports each other. Thank you so much to everyone who came and gave their weekend to speak with our career starters!
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Anne Delauzun Sep 14
Community managers often come from players of the game- when this is the case for new entrants, they need to be mindful that it doesn't become their life- work-life balance is vital Companies need to lead by example, like
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Mark Drew 🔜 @cfcamp Sep 15
Ohhh! It’s starting! !
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Anne Delauzun Sep 14
Great to hear CV advice echoes exactly what we say to students at :) - show don't tell!
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