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Continuity of content and factual correctness are open to discussion, so have a look and see what you think. Please advise us of other sites and information you have found about work related skills. These are intended for training purposes only.

These Guides are intended to create an on going resource for those wanting to know more about Film Production, the departments and technical positions.

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Yes you can make it in the Film Business!

Vectorworks have a great range of free training videos. They are a great place to start, but pick the entry level ones as they cater right through to advance users.

Vectorworks 2016 Preview

What you can do to do your Vectorworks 3D models in Cinema 4D

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There is always so much to know, learn and explore and we all know evolving with the industry is key to a successful career. The more we help our own field we strenghten it for ourselves as well as others. One cannot complain that Costume or Art department are loosing ground and scope of work if as a whole, if we are restricting common skills and knowledge.

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Star Wars: episode VII - Shooting now completed at Pinewood studios. On which many members of the BFDG have been busy working on.

Featuring the work of Art Director Steve Carter, Draughtswoman Julia Dehoff, Graphic designer Helen Koutas and Storyboard Artist Nick Pelham

The latest installment from the Bond Franchise worked on by BFDG members Art Director Mark Harris & Tamari Marini, Storyboard Artist Jim Cornish & Nic Pelham, Assistant Art Director Hugh McClellan and  Lydia Fry.

A new film from Christopher Nolan on which several of our members where involved, including Toby Britton.

Ali and Nino filmed in Azerbaijan with Supervising Art Director Christian Huband.

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