Catherine Pettman donated 2020-03-15 08:49:48 +1100
Thanks for thinking about donating to Wide Angle Tasmania!
As a non-government organisation, your donation will be used to support Tasmanians to tell their stories on screen.
We're incredibly grateful to our major benefactors who provide the funds WAT needs to operate. Additional donations are used for our slate of projects.
All donations are tax deductible.
Donations by credit card can be made on this page (donations will be processed via paypal using a credit card or paypal account). WAT will also send you a receipt via email or post.
Donations by cheque or direct bank transfer can be made by contacting WAT on 6223 8344 or by email [email protected]
We are currently raising funds for Audacity Fund 2020. Read here about the audacious films that were supported through the Audacity fund in 2016.
Wide Angle Tasmania’s Audacity Fund 2020
Here’s an opportunity to help Tasmanians with something to say. Contributing to Wide Angle’s Audacity Fundwill give talented Tasmanian filmmakers an important break. And it will help Wide Angle Tasmania to continue building the skills and experience of many more Tasmanians wanting to work in film, television and on-line production.
What is WAT (Wide Angle Tasmania)?
Wide Angle Tasmania (WAT) nurtures Tasmanian filmmakers by providing advice, training, equipment and production initiatives. WAT screens films to thousands of Tasmanians and each year showcases Tasmanian stories at festivals across Australia. It’s a one-stop shop for individuals, community groups, Councils, government and businesses needing support for their screen-based projects.
Why are we collecting funds?
We know that the fastest way for Tassie filmmakers to succeed is to mix talent with passion, boldness and resources. Wide Angle’s production initiatives have helped Tasmanians create new films – providing hundreds of writers, directors, producers, crew and actors with a pathway to employment and creating their next film. Since 2016 WAT has distributed more than $77,000 from the organisation’s savings to provide small cash budgets to help Tasmanians make their films. Those savings are limited and we’re now asking if you can help to support filmmakers to create in 2020.
How will the funds be used?
In 2016 the $23,000 from the Audacity Fund helped seven teams to create bold and bolshy screen works. We are now looking to raise $20,000 in 2020. Once the funds are secured, Tasmanians will pitch to our screen community who will vote for the projects that most excite them. Then a community panel will decide which projects receive cash budgets, equipment hire, insurances and/or in-house mentorship.
Are donations tax-deductible?
Yes WAT is listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations and is eligible to receive tax deductible donations.
How can you help?
- Give a one-off donation online here, by phone 036223 8344 or in person at 6 Washington Street, South Hobart.
- Share your story of the value of WAT’s production initiatives
- Let your networks know that we are raising funds – and ask for their donation
Massive Thanks to our generous supporters so far!
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If you're ready to book some gear in please get in touch with us at the office.
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Catherine Pettman donated 2016-12-15 11:24:28 +1100
Thanks for booking equipment, tickets or registering for a course with Wide Angle Tasmania. If you'd like to pay online, you can do that here!
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Catherine Pettman is a creative producer working across documentary, drama and live events. After training as an actor at the Victorian College of the Arts, Catherine took on a variety of production roles in everything from TVCs to music videos, from short films to educational videos, before making the leap to full-time producing. In 2015 she co-founded Rummin Productions with Cinematographer Matthew Newton. Catherine has a particular interest in environmental and social themes, and her work is often about communicating the beauty and complex history of her home, Tasmania, to national audiences and to the world.
Catherine was the Associate Producer on the award winning feature documentary A Family Divided, and coordinated two feature docudramas for Irish broadcaster RTE, Banished Women and Exile in Hell. Catherine's credits during her time as Head of Production at Roar Film from 2012 to 2014 include: managing the 3-part television series Holy Switch for ABC Compass program; producing Songlines of the Moonbird for Aboriginal Educational Services, an animation with accompanying epub; production managing the feature documentary-drama The First Fagin; and co-producing the groundbreaking Vandemonian Lags, a musical with an all-star cast led by Tim Rogers which was digitally simulcast and released in feature film format. Now a company director of Rummin Productions, Catherine has produced several award winning short documentaries and is currently co-creating the Screen Australia and Screen Tasmania funded feature film project The Motel at the End of the World, with writer/director Briony Kidd, script editor Sean Byrne and mentor Rolf de Heer.