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International Mentoring Scheme

We are delighted to announce our first cross-border mentee-mentor matches in this scheme – read more here.

The ScreenCraft Works International Mentoring Scheme provides structured career development with an international outlook, to enrich careers in film, TV and online work.

We match under-represented production and post-production talent with international mentors, to share knowledge and experience, widen employment and peer-to-peer networks and bring new cultural perspectives to the mentoring groups’ local and international co-productions.


This is a virtual scheme to be as accessible and eco-friendly as possible.
It will run for nine months and is designed to be conducted alongside any work.
The common language is English.

We will be announcing our first mentee-mentor matches shortly. Our second programme is now open for applications – scroll down to apply; timelines and further details will be announced shortly.

The scheme matches mentees with a volunteer mentor from a different country. Our mentees will be at any career stage, seeking to enter, return to or progress their careers.

Our mentors will have recent relevant industry experience and will typically be one or two career stages ahead of their mentee.

Under-represented talent includes anyone who feels marginalised or that their voice isn’t heard and their perspective isn’t recognised.

The benefits of mentoring for both parties include:

  • Learning from the ideas and experiences of someone who is different from you and from another country.
  • Giving and receiving feedback.
  • Building professional identity and influence.
  • An exchange of international perspectives and working methods to enrich your local and international work.
  • Widening your employment networks for local productions and international co-productions and for remote, hybrid and on-site work.
  • Building peer-to-peer networks.
The scheme’s first Mentoring Programme is for UK-based mentees from any country:
The scheme’s first programme will match mentees who are based in the UK with a mentor from another country. This programme is part of the ScreenSkills Mentoring Network, which is supported by the BFI, awarding National Lottery funds as part of its Future Film Skills strategy.
Over the course of the programme, mentees will take part in monthly one-to-one online mentoring sessions delivered by respected international production and post-production professionals, attend online masterclasses given by industry professionals, and be invited to give their own online talk to their mentoring community.
The nine-month programme includes:
  • Introductory live webinar sessions, one for mentees and one for mentors
  • 9 x one-hour monthly structured mentee-mentor online sessions
  • Online talks by mentees, with group networking with mentees and mentors
  • Invitations to other masterclasses organised by ScreenCraft Works
  • 1 x half-way check-in live webinar session for mentees, with online networking
  • 1 x half-way check-in live webinar session for mentors, with online networking
  • 1 x live webinar wrap-up session
  • Follow ups with mentees and mentors.

Apply now

This is a two-step process:

1. To be a mentor or mentee, please first join our community. Click Here

2. Apply to be a mentor. Click Here

    Apply to be a mentee. Click Here

If you have any questions, please email us at: info@screencraftworks.orgA

The ScreenCraft Works International Mentoring Scheme is supported by Brunel University London.



Connecting under-represented talent with international mentors, employers and agents.


Building individual professional identity and influence.


Supporting international craft talent at all career stages.



International mentoring scheme  virtual programmes for exchange of knowledge and perspectives, and wider employment networks. 


Signposting advice about visas and employment law to help with cross-border and remote working.


Talks about tech innovations which assist remote working, and international knowledge share.  



Promoting inclusive and greener teams, connecting the widest range of talent for remote and international work.


Networking designed for a range of needs, recognising differing levels of social ease and access.


Sharing good welfare practice from around the world for healthier productions.


ScreenCraft Works is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company.

The community welcomes production and post-production talent, employers and agents, supporting all under-represented groups.

Production and post-production talent includes heads of department, crew and all post-production.

Under-represented talent includes anyone who feels marginalised or that their voice isn’t heard and their perspective isn’t recognised.

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Emma Butt

Emma Butt is a freelance Dubbing Mixer, Sound Editor and ADR recordist in post-production sound.  Her projects range from mixing and sound editing documentaries both TV and feature, TV Dramas, entertainment shows, commercials and animations as well as ADR recording for dramas and feature films.

She is a former council member of the Association of Motion Picture Sound Engineers where she set up and ran their mentoring scheme, contributed to their events and managed their social media.

Emma mentors next generation creative talent.  She is an advocate for industry diversity, recently completing the report, “Diversity in Post Production Sound” through The Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity and works with organisations to help counter the issues identified in the paper.  

Emma is IFTA-nominated for ‘Best Sound in documentary’ for ‘My Fathers War’ and for a Shark award for ‘Best Sound’ for short film ‘The First Wave’.  She is also IFTA-nominated for ‘Best Sound’ for animated series ”Punky’ and received a certificate of merit from The Emmys for ADR work on Game of Thrones season 5.

Emma is originally from Dublin and lives in London.

Rebecca del Tufo

Rebecca’s career spans film, law, and charity governance, with a focus on cinema exhibition, conference and learning.
Rebecca began her career as a solicitor in a City law firm, specialising in international corporate litigation, working in the UK and Hong Kong, before joining and helping establish a start-up law firm. She then developed a new corporate relations role at the University of Cambridge’s Business School, supporting international students in their career choices and working with companies to organise business projects and speaker events.
Rebecca led the team which set up the successful independent cinema Saffron Screen, for many years running and programming the cinema, giving her a deep knowledge of the industry. She has spoken at conferences about aspects of cinema exhibition and hosted Q&As with a range of industry talent including many in ‘behind-the-camera’ roles. She is now combines freelance film production with exhibition roles.
Rebecca is a trustee of the charity Refugees at Home and chair of theatre-in-education charity TIC Box Productions.

Elizabeth McIntyre

Elizabeth is Co-Director of SCREENCRAFT WORKS, a career, learning and advocacy network supporting under-represented ‘behind-the-camera’ talent for a culture-shift in local and international film, TV & online production.

With a career across conference, exhibition, commissioning and documentary filmmaking, Elizabeth’s work includes curation for OKRE, a Wellcome Trust-supported story ideas platform, and consultancy for ProQuote Film Berlin (UK and Irish speakers). Previous positions include Director of Sheffield Doc/Fest, Head of Masterschool Documentary Campus and Head of Production & Development (UK Factual) for Discovery Networks International, where she commissioned single films and series for local and global markets, including You Have Been Warned, The Great White Silence and Inside the Gangsters’ Code. Documentary credits include The Lost Children of Berlin for Steven Spielberg, Dangerous Love (BBC), No Place Like Home (BBC) and Five Steps to Tyranny (BBC). 

Advisory roles include UK Muslim Film and, formerly BAFTA TV/Learning, Inclusion & Talent committees and WFTV trustee. She contributes to mentoring and masterclass programmes such as Wonder Women and ScreenSkills.  Elizabeth is based in Germany and the UK.