As more productions film in a sustainable way, the need for Green Runners increases. The role is a great starting point in the industry as it allows you to engage with every filming department and see where your future job may lie.
Next date: Tuesday 27th November 2018, London
Looking to start out in the world of production? Or maybe you've got experience as a runner but want to add another skill?
The 1 day Green Runner Production Training course gives a comprehensive overview of this new and increasingly in-demand role now that more and more productions are embracing elements of sustainability. The daily practicalities of the Green Runner position are explained along with an outline of basic sustainability issues - how an ethical approach to production can not only cut carbon but also cost.
As a Green Runner you'll be in a position that allows you to interact with every department on a production. It will be a chance to understand all the various crew roles and decide which is right for you. If you have little or no production experience don't worry. There are modules about the basic fundamentals of being a runner included.
Previous graduates of the course have moved rapidly on from being a Green Runner. It is a great stepping stone to moving up the production ladder.
Film London, The Arts Building, Morris Place, London N4 3JG
Employers regard working as a Runner as vital entry-level experience, since it demands that the runner is able to work flexibly and think on their feet to help ensure that the creative team operates smoothly.
The BFI's 5 year plan on sustainability: As the lead body for film in the UK, we embrace best practice and take seriously our responsibility to co-ordinate a UK-wide sustainability strategy for all parts of the film sector.
My First Job In Film is the network for those without a network. We are a creative community that connects our members with both other filmmakers, and entry-level opportunities in the UK film industry.
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