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New T&Cs proposal

Today we have on the site our proposal for Drama Terms and Conditions. You can find them under the member's ...

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The Job Pinboard

The Job Pinboard

Another great benefit to our growing membership starts today. We are  launching the new Job Pinboard. A great place to ...

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Spreading the word

Spreading the word

For many people one of the main reasons for joining the ADA is to broaden their opportunities for work. This site ...

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The new ADA Volunteer Scheme

Over the past six months we have been discussing the introduction of a new grade of membership designed to attract students who are on one of the many film and media courses up and down the country. We are very aware that many of these students would benefit from the experience of witnessing the shooting part of the film making process.  We are now nearer to the launch of what will now be called the ADA Volunteer Scheme.  This is not a trainee or intern position. Nor is it to become a source of free labour for productions. It is designed to introduce newcomers to our industry, invite them to shoots which ADA 1st AD’s are on and let them see what our work entails. They will not be paid, and can be invited to take part in the shoot at the discretion of the 1st AD. We will shortly be setting up a special page on the site to list these new members. There will be a limited number of places available and a limited number of days that the Volunteers can be invited to shoots. There will be a small yearly fee to be included in the scheme. We hope that productions will agree to re-imburse travel costs and feed the volunteer while on the set. More news soon.

A great film by member Jordan Stone

This thursday the 9th of January sees the UK premiere of Irwin & Fran by ADA member Jordan Stone

‘Riverside Studios welcomes filmmaker Jordan Stone for the UK premiere of his fascinating documentary about 99-year-old comedian and political satirist, Professor Irwin Corey. We are thrilled to offer the first chance to see this rich and delicate portrait of a colourful, vivacious character.’

Members are offered concession prices if they mention the ADA when purchasing tickets.

Visit  Riversidestudios.co.uk for more information

 

2014

A happy and busy new year to everyone. We hope that all was well during the festive season.

2014 looks like a busy year for us as we bring some exciting new ideas to fruition. 

All the best for the year ahead!

ADA MOVIE MEDAL WINNER

A great evening was had by all. A varied mix of short films followed by cliffhanger suspense as the votes were counted. And the medal winner is……. ( a long pause as the camera cuts around the contestants) ………. Michela Marini  with her tense psychological drama Mindtrap.

Second place went to Luis Urena with his beautiful film from Panama called Coiba.

Congratulations to one and all for a really great selection of films.

 

 

Useful APPS

We just launched a new page for the members, it has over 80 apps suggestions for your iphone, ipads and any other smartphone/tablet that you can think of. Read the rest of this entry →

Sunday 24th November. The first ADA movie medal night

Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday 24th  at 7.30 p.m.  Upstairs at  The Pelican . 45 All Saints Road. London W11 1HE . Open to everyone, not just members. An evening of short films and music videos with the audience voting the winner.

The 2013 Movie Medal. 2014 next!

 

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New subscription rates

We now have the new rates of subscription in place details of which can be found on the Join page

Why join ?   To be part of a fast growing professional organisation specifically focused on the needs of Assistant Directors and Set Runners. Read the rest of this entry →

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