FRIDAY 28TH JANUARY 2022
A ONE-DAY JOURNEY FROM SHORTS TO FEATURES
PRESENTED BY SAE CREATIVE MEDIA INSTITUTE
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Register for the Q&A session
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Watch the Q&A session
Access the Q&A session 5 mins before the event start time by logging into your FanForce TV account. The sessions are livestreamed, so be sure to arrive on time!
Participate in the Q&A
Use the Live Chat to share your insights and ask the panel anything.
If you can't make the Q&A sessions, they will be available to view for 48 hours after the event.
FOUR SESSIONS. ONE-DAY WORKSHOP.
FLiCKERLAB gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the latest filmmaking trends as you spend the day with some of the industry’s leading film experts, offering up their expertise and wisdom with a range of panels designed to enhance and develop your creative ideas and get your film noticed in the marketplace. The entire scope of the film making experience is covered, from initial concept through to script, producing, marketing, distribution and the latest cross platform and alternative distribution methods.
Listen, share, network and engage as our panellists guide you through the joys and challenges of filmmaking. Absorb essential tips and knowledge and be inspired on your own creative journey.
Our panellists on the day will include: Penny Smallacombe (Bunya Productions), Katie Found (My First Summer), Nisrine Amine (Here Out West), Craig Boreham (Lonesome, Teenage Kicks), Dov Kornits (Pivot Pictures), Andrea Ulbrick (Screen NSW), Garry Maddox (SMH), Amanda Duthie (Stan), Danny Lachevre (Fan-Force), Drew Bailey (Standing Up For Sunny, And Ellie And Abbie), Melissa Lee Speyer (Jadai: The Broome Brawler), Leah Purcell (The Drover’s Wife - The Legend Of Molly Johnson), Belinda Dean (The Matrix Trilogy) & Nash Edgerton (Mr Inbetween, The Square).
WRITER'S PANEL: FROM IDEA TO PAGE
10.00am – 11.30am
Everyone will tell you a good script is an essential ingredient for any good film. Our panel of experienced screenwriters will discuss turning a good idea into a good script, looking in detail at development, collaboration and script editing. They will share their insights about their own transitions from independent shorts to lauded feature films. Discussions will also include observations about writing for some of television’s most successful and acclaimed dramas. This valuable session is a must for all budding screenwriters and filmmakers looking to develop and write scripts.
WRITER'S PANEL moderated by Melissa Lee Speyer
DIRECTOR'S PANEL: THE DIRECTOR’S JOURNEY
11.45am – 1.15pm
Intimately follow the career path of an esteemed Australian director from independent short filmmaker to feature film director. Areas of discussion will include script development, working collaboratively, casting, directing actors, where ideas come from and how to make the leap from shorts to features.
DIRECTOR’S PANEL moderated by Garry Maddox
PRODUCER'S PANEL: MAKING IT HAPPEN
2.00pm – 3.30pm
The Producer oversees the entire film from the initial idea, right through to production and distribution. They are key in making it happen. Our panelists discuss the role of the producer, from budgeting and financing to marketing and distribution and everything in between. All producers are different and this diverse and hard-working panel will share their differing approaches to the very important task of getting the film made.
PRODUCER’S PANEL moderated by Andrea Ulbrick
DISTRIBUTION PANEL: MARKET TO MARKET
3.45pm – 5.15pm
CONQUER THE WORLD ON ALL PLATFORMS: DISTRIBUTION, FESTIVALS AND MULTI-PLATFORM DISTRIBUTION
Now your short film is finished. What next? How do your launch your next project? This informative session puts the spotlight on current marketing and distribution trends to get your feature, web or TV series seen by the largest audiences possible. The panel will dissect traditional distribution models and offer up innovative cross platform alternatives. In the age of digital distribution find out how these new models can enhance the viewing potential of your film and build your filmmaking reputation.
DISTRIBUTION PANEL moderated by Danny Lachevre
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