Many a masterclass or post-screening Q&A with a producer offers a few behind-the-scenes tales from the film's production, or tells the odd anecdote from a storied career. But what about the nuts and bolts of the job itself? When does a producer's job on a film begin? What is their input in the creative process?

The BFI Producing Masterclass aims to clarify the role from project inception to big screen premiere. Offering attendees a crucial understanding of a producers' requirements, processes and pathways to employment, this exclusive event will provide a rare insight into the transferable skills sets that make for a world-class producer. From routes into the industry to building a project from conception to execution, the BFI Producing Masterclass is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to hear from a leading proponent of the profession.

Follow the session, there will be an opportunity to put your own questions to Neil Peplow in a informal post-Masterclass event.

Event Details

Date: 30 Aug 2019 (Fri)
Time:6.30pm – 9pm
Venue:IMDA Office's Event Room 1, Level 5
10 Pasir Panjang Road; Mapletree Business City
Singapore 117438

Kindly please bring your ID along for registration at the concierge, level 2 then proceed up to IMDA Office, level 5. Registration starts at 6.30pm

To RSVP, please email with the following details by 28 Aug 2019. Registrations will be on first-come-first-served basis.

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About Neil Peplow

Neil Peplow has recently joined the BFI as Director of International Affairs. As well as a long and varied career, in his time as a producer, Neil was involved in the production of eighteen feature films and TV series

His credits include My Summer of Love, Walking Ned Devine, Bright Young Things and Showtime comedy LA LA Land which was nominated for a Rose d'Or in 2011.