EITF/Pact Webinar with David Brindley, Channel 4
These webinars give a flavour of some of the key decision makers who will be attending Edinburgh TV Festival in 2016 and are free and open to all UK producers (not just Pact members). We are also encouraging all indies to get involved with Pact Export Accelerator, a series of high-end workshops taking place across the UK designed to help hundreds of indies double their export revenue by 2020 and create a robust export strategy for the future.
Indies should sign up to the Pact Export Pledge to gain access to a range of support and benefits, as well as regular Pact Export Accelerator updates and opportunities.
If you are a Pact member you can also benefit from a discount to attend the Festival. Please note that this discount expires on 10th August.
Register for this webinar
Register for this session with Channel 4's David Brindley via GoToWebinar.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about how to join the webinar.
The session will be moderated by Pact's Rod Caird. If you have any questions you want to pre-send please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees will also get the opportunity to ask questions and interact during the live interview using the online messaging tools.
More about David
David Brindley joined Channel 4 as a Documentaries Commissioning Editor in 2013. At Channel 4 his work includes The Tribe, Royal Navy School, The Extraordinary Case of Alex Lewis, The Jihadis Next Door, Muslim Drag Queens and The Vote and he is now jointly responsible for 9:00pm series. Before joining Channel 4, David was co-series director on the Emmy award-winning Educating Yorkshire. Other directing credits include One Born Every Minute and The Kid’s Speech (BBC One), and he also produced on Cage Fighting Women (Storyville),The Fallen and Beautiful Young Minds (BBC Two).