Blogs tagged "performance"

July 2017

CMC 2017: Report – Who’s Running This Show Anyway

Posted on: Thursday 06 July 2017 1:18pm by Lyndsey Smith

This session focussed on the role of 'showrunner' – what a showrunner actually is, how crucial a role they play, and how the position differs in the UK and the US Takeaway: There is no one size fits all for the term Showrunner There is a difference of meaning in the UK and the US In general, a showrunner is responsible for the overall creative vision of the show Detail: Each panellist came to the session with their own opinion on what a showrunner was responsible for. For Foz Allan, Executive Producer for Bryncoed Productions, the showrunner is usually the head creative in a group of talented people working together to deliver content. Adastra Development’s Mellie Buse shared her experiences with the…

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CMC 2017: Report – Look! No Strings

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 5:08pm by Gabrielle Smith

Puppets are brought to life for television, theatre and film by the talented puppeteers that operate them. Thinking about puppetry as a skilled and diverse art, this panel explores the magic and illusion of puppets and performance Takeaway: Puppets have the ability to animate and engage their audience, and are allowed to get away with things that a human just couldn’t! Performance skills are essential: a puppeteer must sing, act, dance, move… and then make it live! The craft of the puppeteer is often a self-directing role Detail: As puppeteer and puppet maker Neil Sterenberg begins: "Puppets are perennially loved, they hold a special place in our culture and have been around since we’ve been around." With an array of…

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