2016 NEW SCREEN MAKERS CONFERENCE JULY 15 & 16 // SOLD OUT

2016 NEW SCREEN MAKERS CONFERENCE JULY 15 & 16 // SOLD OUT

NEW SCREEN MAKERS CONFERENCE - CUT THROUGH IN A NEW AGE
PLEASE NOTE: This is the information for the 2016 New Screen Makers Conference.

FRI 15th & SAT 16th JULY 2016

Do you want a sustainable career in the screen industry? Now’s your chance to pick the brains of film, TV and online heavyweights coming to Adelaide for The New Screen Makers Conference. Meet the country’s most innovative practitioners, who’ll have their eyes peeled for fresh ideas and savvy talent of all experience levels.

Get familiar with a cross-section of Australia’s most productive producers, directors, writers and broadcasters. Whether you’re keen on comedy, gaga for drama, or dedicated to documentary, #NSMC16 is the place to talk trends and opportunities for all Australian filmmakers.

Seminars and panel sessions will reveal pathways for entry level, emerging and established filmmakers. You’ll see aspiring creators receive live feedback from industry leaders, then hear about philanthropic funding models and thriving grass roots marketing campaigns. Roundtables and networking events will get you informal face-time with gate-keepers and green-lighters: an invaluable prospect for practitioners at all stages.

Leading the conversations are:

David Ashby & Dario Russo (Italian Spiderman, Danger 5)
Rebecca Barry (Media Stockade, I Am A Girl)
Victoria Cocks (Wastelander Panda)
Barbara Connell (Tugg)
Kate Croser (The Infinite Man)
Liz Doran (Please Like Me)
Richard Harris (Screen Australia)
Kate Hodges (Screen Impact, Frackman)
Rick Kalowski (ABC Comedy)
Celia Pacquola (Utopia)
Daley Pearson (Bondi Hipsters, Soul Mates)
Danny and Michael Philippou (Racka Racka) + Julie Byrne (Triptych Pictures)
Chloe Rickard (Soul Mates season 2, No Activity)
Annabelle Sheehan (CEO SA Film Corporation)
Paul Walton (Summer Heights High, Open Slather, It’s A Date)

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57 Films is a full service production company very much focused on results - an audience engaged, a message delivered clearly and completely. Understanding, imagination and creativity are the primary tools we depend on, and these virtues see us constantly taking on communications challenges of every kind from documentaries and TV to e-learning and corporate shows. 57 Films works closely with their clients to intimately learn their business, their audience and their needs. The result is successful projects and lasting partnerships.

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2016 NEW SCREEN MAKERS CONFERENCE JULY 15 & 16 // SOLD OUT