New Screen Makers Conference – Day 02

New Screen Makers Conference – Day 02

Saturday 16 July 2016 • Purchase your 2-day pass here
Doors Open |

Session one | 9.00 - 10.00am
Rebecca Barry – Media Stockade
Making an Impact
Building an audience for your documentary & the rise of alternative distribution paths and 360 degree financing

Session two | 10.00- 10.45pm
Danny Philippou & Julie Byrne – RackaRacka and Triptych Pictures
Jumping into the big time
The RackaRacka twins discuss their career trajectory and where they are going next

Morning tea | 10.45 11.00am

Session three | 11.00 - 11.45am
Kate Hodges – Screen Impact
Turning the world around
How do you retain your documentary rights, make money, execute an outreach plan, and meet social  impact goals?

lunch | 11.45 - 12.30pm

Session four | 12.30 - 2.00pm
Rebecca Barry
Julia Overton
Kate Hodges
Joost den Hartog
Impact Doco Hack
Two documentary projects get feedback from the impact speaker panel  

Afternoon tea | 2.00 - 2.15pm

Session five | 2.15 - 3.00pm
Chloe Rickard – Jungle
The return of comedy to Australian Commercial TV
The benefits of producing parallel supporting Multiplatform Content

Session six | 3.00 - 4.00pm
Maria Theodorakis – Little Acorns: creator / writer / director
How do you pitch, write and produce a comedy web series
Little Acorns is a brand new Australian web series set in a childcare centre, where the adults behave more like children than the children. A bold nine-part workplace comedy, “We wanted to celebrate the world's unsung heroines, but ultimately we wanted to make a show about women behaving badly,” says Theodorakis on what inspired Trudy Hellier and herself to create Little Acorns.




New Screen Makers Conference – Day 02