Film Birmingham’s CV Triage is an opportunity for West Midlands crew to improve their CV and get themselves noticed! With the region becoming increasingly busy hosting a variety of productions, we want to make sure you feel confident in applying for jobs. Most importantly, we want to increase the chances of you being crewed! Apply for a one-to-one in-person guidance session with experienced producer Jules Hussey, who will help whip your CV in shape.
How it Works
The CV Triage follows the three steps of: Apply, Assessment, Advice. If you believe your CV needs to be upgraded, you are welcome to apply to our CV Triage by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, with your full name as it is listed on the Film Birmingham Crew database. Apply by Tuesday, September 14th, 5pm.
We will then look at your CV via the database. If we believe you could benefit from a boost to your CV, we will contact you in late September to arrange a session with Jules Hussey. These sessions will be in-person, although virtual meetings can be facilitated.
About Jules Hussey
Jules Hussey has worked all around the world and produced a range of productions for BBC, Channel 4, Netflix, HBO, Sky and others. Jules worked for three years in the production division of The British Film Institute helping develop artist talent such as Andrea Arnold, Simon Beaufoy, Shane Meadows, Andrew Kötting, Carol Morley, Lynne Ramsey, Annie Griffin and Sarah Turner.
In 2017 she formed Brazen Productions, which works with a diverse talent base in development and production – in front of and behind the camera. Most recently, she was series producer for You Don’t Know Me, a BBC/Netflix production filmed in Birmingham in 2021.
To Add or Edit Your CV
In order to apply, you must be registered on the Film Birmingham database. There is no charge for doing so. To register, click here, input your information and upload your CV. If you are already registered, but want to update your CV, please follow this link, using your registered email address to login and the password which you created.
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