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In Conversation with Pedram Etebar

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“When reviewing my team's work I’m looking out for the following, ‘are we hitting the storytelling moments of the shot, is it believable and check your eye-lines!’ All of that came from Redroofs”.

Pedram Etebar is an Oscar-winning Lead Crowd Technical Director (TD) for Feature Films. Over the last seven years he has worked with the world renowned The Moving Picture Company (MPC). His credits as a lead include titles such as The Lion King, Alien: Covenant, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Godzilla vs. Kong and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.

 

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In Conversation with Samantha Dodd

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"The work that we did and the friends that I made have literally been the concrete foundation of everything that's happened since" - Samantha Dodd, Agent at Carey Dodd Associates

'It was such a wonderful creative environment', Samantha Dodd (AKA Sam) of Carey Dodd Associates, states, reminiscing on her time at Redroofs. 'My business partner Chris Carey was in that class as well. He was the same year as me, we met there. I'm completely indebted to June, and the work that we did and the friends that I made have literally been the concrete foundation of everything that's happened since'.

 

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WATCH WHAT HAPPENS:
In Conversation with Alumna Helen Tennison, Theatre Director

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"Redroofs was a place that allowed me to grow and be free, and get to know myself in a way that I can't imagine anywhere else having done. I feel it's very supportive and accepting, and that's a lovely thing to have, and have had, and still have"

- Helen Tennison, Theatre Director

 

 

 

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WATCH WHAT HAPPENS:
In conversation with alumnus Ben Perkins, Film & TV Children's Acting Coach

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Ben Perkins first heard of Redroofs when he was just seven years old. Today, he uses the lessons he learnt in his classes to coach young actors on major film sets, including Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, It, and A Monster Calls, and has been publicly thanked by the kids he's worked with on press tours and at award shows, including mentions on Good Morning America and in Tom Holland's Spiderman BAFTA acceptance speech.

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