ScreenCraft Works is an international community of cross-border mentoring, talks and networking, supporting under-represented production and post talent.

Career + Learning + Wellbeing
for best film, TV and online productions.

Cross-Border Conversations

Cross-Border Conversations, supported by Genelecare a series of live virtual talks between film & TV craft talent across developing and developed countries and at different career stages. They always include a first-time speaker to amplify a new voice. Speakers share career insights, knowledge and cultural perspectives and are drawn from our community.

These virtual events comprise a 60-minute conversation followed by 30 minutes of virtual networking, with the chance to widen your employment networks. 

Our next Cross-Border Conversation is on Creating Animated Stories and will take place on Tuesday 3 October 18:00 – 19:30 BST (UK time)
Sign up for this free event.

Read about our previous Cross-Border Conversations supported by Genelec, and watch the recordings:

Multi-role v single-discipline jobs in film & TV – what is the best approach? – Natasha Griffiths, Jack Goessens and Jendayi Omowale

Preparing for your Sound Mix – Eric Horstmann, Emma Butt and Liz Horsman

The Role of the Assistant Editor – Prince May, Alice Degrassi, Scott Clements and Helena Beeson 

International Production Management and Production – Andrea Jajeh, Karyan Au-Yeung and Molly McGregor

Collaboration between Sound and Picture – Peter Albrechtsen, Roberta Bononi BFE and Shaunak Soni

Paths to Becoming an Editor – Rachel Erskine, Sourath Behan and Christopher CF Chow

Sound Design and Music Composition – Katrine Amsler and Randy Kalsi

Editing and the Phantom Menaces – Paul Martin Smith, Chris Wyatt and Tomoko Hirasawa

Sound on Sound – Stacey-Lee Hellenberg, Adriaan Hellenberg and Stephanie Field


For any ScreenCraft Works events that you enjoy, please consider donating £5 towards the cost of future events.