miranda mills

  • commented on get in touch 2020-05-19 10:54:04 +1000
    Hi there

    Glad you are open again

    Do you have a zoom link up for screen composition today?

    I am interested to sit in on this

    Cheers

    Miranda

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    Phone: 03 6223 8344

    E-mail: info@wideangle.org.au

     

    Opening hours: 10am - 4pm by appointment Monday - Friday

    Closed Public Holidays

    Visit us: 6 Washington Street, South Hobart - by appointment
    Directions: Enter via the steps off Washington Street to the left of the public toilet.  If you require flat access you can enter via the soccer ground gates to the right of our building. Call and we'll open the rear door.

     

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  • signed up on Writers Group 2020-03-01 16:34:45 +1100

    Writers Group

    UPDATE: WAT Writers Group is now working remotely from home - unfortunately we're unable to accept new members to the group at this time.

    A benefit of WAT membership is that you can now join our Writers Group. Writers Group meets weekly at 6 Washington St, South Hobart and for those outside Hobart, by video-conference. WAT Writers Group is coordinated by ex-movie studio writers executive, Robert Watson. Whether you are new to filmmaking, a bookworm who wonders how novels and plays are turned into screenplays, a filmmaker with an untamed film script, or a pro from any screen field, Writers Group provides a social setting to increase your screen knowledge and skills – and meet other film creatives.

    You can come to explore film theory or practise skills that greatly improve (or kick-start) your own screen project. It is your choice to discuss your project or keep your writing entirely confidential. Perhaps you have only an idea, or you are stuck with a screen project in any format or genre. Perhaps this is a good way to meet others or achieve a creative goal. Enjoy the discipline of casual regular meetings with good creative energy. Your Writers Group coordinator Robert Watson is an ex-university screenwriting lecturer, has held elder permission for Aboriginal projects, has worked in Asia, the U.S. and Europe and is a qualified Early Childhood teacher. He comes from Ian Robinson's Melbourne writers group that first introduced Hero/Heroine Journey theory and other screen analysis skills to Australian writers at the Writers Guild conference.

    Our ‘cafe society’ Writers Group meets every Monday between 1pm and 2.30pm.  You are invited to meet regularly or drop-in when you’re free.  If you are interested in joining our Writers Group but can’t meet on Mondays, please let us know your preferred meet-up times.

    When:  1-2.30pm every Monday – starting March 16

    Where: 6 Washington Street, South Hobart OR by video conference for those outside Hobart

    Cost: free for WAT members

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  • donated 2019-03-24 21:34:37 +1100

    concession membership

    Annual concession membership is available at a discount to holders of a Health Care card or Seniors card. 

    WAT membership connects you with the Tasmanian screen sector and allows you to access a range of benefits:

    • receive a 30% discount when you hire production equipment or venue space with WAT
    • be part of the WAT crew and/or production company database - a great way to profile your skills, connect with others and gain referrals for work opportunities
    • access initiatives and professional development opportunities including workshops and events
    • apply for equipment subsidy and sponsorship
    • low cost production insurance for eligible projects
    • receive an hour-long consultation with the WAT production team
    • apply to advertise your project or event through the WAT newsletter
    • access WAT Shares, a time bank resource for practitioners to exchange skills
    • access to Screen Entrepreneurs, a resource hub focusing on the core entrepreneurial areas of business skills and planning.

    Thanks for joining us!

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  • signed up on keep in touch 2019-03-24 21:27:16 +1100

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