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Dear TCC Freelancers! With so many of you working remotely, and not always having a team around you, we want to carve out some time where we actually get to see you face to face! We understand many of you might be facing challenges, and with so much going on

Adrian Nita is a freelance colourist based in London who discovered colour grading in 2015. He built his experience by working on a large spectrum of projects, from short films to music videos and big commercials. He has worked with clients like BMW, Bulgari, Telekom, British American Tobacco, Universal Music,

Light panels have become the go to light for on location. They provide flood style, wide beams of light and are low power, lightweight and portable. Shift 4 put forward 3 different models for us to review, all of a similar size but with varying specifications, outputs and price points. Litepanels

In the search for more creative and interesting shots, film and programme makers often turn to  jibs, track and dolly, gimbals and other equipment traditionally known as grips. No doubt, they add a lot of production value but they can often be difficult and time consuming to set up and

This week, creative professionals from across the worlds of filmmaking and music have shared their challenges, triumphs and processes – as well as the skills they’ve honed in order to work most effectively and innovatively. Regardless of the profession, clear themes emerged in all of our experts’ processes – so we’ve