Here we regularly feature a few members showreels, interviews and videos.

Sonja Klaus... Working in the Events and Film Industry and travelling all over the world over the last twenty years or so, has enriched my life and I draw on many experiences I have had and use in my work.

Simon Rogers - Production Designer

Art Director Terry Ackland-Snow Interview - Batman, Superman, Muppets & Rocky Horror

Kevin Phipps - Production Designer

You are watching an interview, clip, featurette or trailer from the film, RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Production Designer Giles Masters.  The exciting aspect of the show was the predominant use of virtual sets. Giles made the most of the possibilities offered by the virtual sets, creating a world of imposing spaces within a rich cityscape.

Johnny Ball visits EMI Elstree and the set of Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, originally broadcast 13/03/1987. Ironically, all the scenes shown being filmed (and even the one highlighted by storyboard artist Martin Asbury) ended up as deleted scenes that wouldn't be released for another 20 years.

An interview with Hollywood production designer Tom Walsh

Showreels promote an individual’s scope of work far more easily than a pdf.

Many members have achieved far more than their Guild category or IMDB credits accommodate.

Some members are linked in our Directory to their online showreel, however we want to highlight a few here. To contact the individual either follow their on screen link or contact the BFDG office.

These are drawn from across our membership, Costume designers, Concept artists to Draughtsmen; those pushing their grade and those cementing their reputation. We don’t filter content or have preferential placement.

For BFDG member classification go to the Directory page.

A good showreel is probably the most powerful marketing tool you can have.

We can embed your video in our showcase of members, whether you use Vimeo or youtube or another one of the myriad of choices now available. Just send us the links along with your contact details and information that you want publicised. We get far more hits on our website than most individuals so this should increase your traffic and raise you in search engine priority.

In our Career section we are writing some 'How to...' Guides, this will cover showreel creation.

The latest installment from the Bond Franchise worked on by BFDG members Art Director Mark Harris & Tamari Marini, Storyboard Artist Jim Cornish & Nic Pelham, Assistant Art Director Hugh McClellan and  Lydia Fry.

Production Designer Michael Pickwoad from 2010 to present.

Ali and Nino filmed in Azerbaijan with Supervising Art Director Christian Huband.

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