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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots39
Valid votes39
Invalid votes0


Round Lucas Pavesio Bryn Chiappe RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 19.00 20.00 0.00 0.50 19.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 19.50. Candidate Bryn Chiappe has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Bryn Chiappe.

Number of vacancies: 1


Lucas Pavesio
Hi, I'm Lucas, and I'd love to be your Drama Producer next year! Many of you will know me, or have interacted with me, in some way as I was Drama Producer during the course of this year and involved in many other society projects prior to that. Those of you who have worked with me know that I’ve been organised and reliable and am, most importantly, passionate about films and the society. So far it has been an extremely rewarding experience, allowing me to organise and help execute a number of projects despite delays and the chaos of the pandemic. Since I wasn’t able to carry out the actions and enforce all the changes I would have liked to over the course of this year I’d love the chance to do so next year. I would aim to ensure discipline and cooperation in the post-production stage, many past projects having suffered from neglect during the editing phase (something I have found unfair and disappointing for everyone who worked on those projects). I would also continue to emphasise the society’s collaboration with affiliate bids, increasing outreach into the industry for members and providing experience on bigger sets. Finally I would continue to ensure that projects run according to schedule and that we aim at the highest possible levels whilst also providing a sociable and fun time for everyone involved.
Bryn Chiappe
I’ve always loved stories. I think the power of narratives cannot be overstated for building community, providing escapism, and making sense of our confusing world. Film is a storytelling medium like no other, still in its comparative infancy and making up for what it lacks in history with versatility, accessibility, and constant innovation. I find it all very exciting, and the opportunity to nurture the illustrious tradition of filmmaking at UCL is one that I would be privileged and thrilled to have.
I have experience in film production from two internships with Wildgaze Films (An Education, Brooklyn). Working alongside Oscar-nominated producers gave me a detailed understanding of the craft and great inspiration to pursue the role further. I’m also well-organised, hard working and really enjoy meeting new people.
-The productions should be of a high standard whilst also being an enjoyable, sociable environment in which everyone feels welcome and supported.
-Socials for the cast and crew before each production, along with training workshops prior to shoots.
-A level playing field for allocating the major roles. Vision is of paramount importance and I would carefully balance first-time directors with experienced crew members if their ideas were exceptional.
-Feedback on script and directoral submissions, as well as support for affiliate bids.
-Healthy rapport with other creative societies at UCL to maximise opportunities and ensure a high calibre of output.