Abi Binning - Executive Director

Sept 2010 - Present

Abi is an independent producer and principal of the production company, Move Media. Abi has a number of credits in both broadcast documentary and short drama. Before entering the film industry, Abi worked extensively across the education sector as a teacher, researcher and curriculum writer.

 


  • Apply for Writing a TV series scholarship

    Applications close 4pm May 19.

    Would you like to learn the fundamentals of creating viable and original TV drama and comedy series concepts in a ten-week 100% online course?  AFTRS (Australian Film and Television Radio School) and Wide Angle Tasmania are offering a scholarship to one Tasmanian member to attend this course.  You will be guided through the process of concept creation – from idea inception to concept presentation.

    The scholarship includes the course fee (valued at $1,188)

    More info and application pack available online here.

    WHEN
    May 19, 2021 at 3pm
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  • published AFTRS scholarship - OPEN in Events & Opportunities 2021-04-29 11:05:22 +1000

    AFTRS scholarship

    Writing a TV Series Scholarship

    Applications close May 19 - click through for the guidelines and application form

    Would you like to learn the fundamentals of creating viable and original TV drama and comedy series concepts in a ten-week 100% online course?  AFTRS (Australian Film and Television Radio School) and Wide Angle Tasmania are offering a scholarship to one Tasmanian member to attend this course.  You will be guided through the process of concept creation – from idea inception to concept presentation.

    The scholarship includes the course fee (valued at $1,188).

    Am I eligible?
    This opportunity is only available to current financial WAT members.  Email us or call 6223 8344 to check your membership status before applying (and yes it’s perfectly fine to renew your membership to become eligible!)

    Who will this course suit?
    Do you have a great idea for a TV series? You should begin this course with the germ of an idea for a TV drama or comedy series – one that has not yet been developed into a concept or script, to work on during the course as an ongoing exercise.

    You will not have completed scripts by the end of this course – the focus is on learning how to develop an idea that has a strong story engine, and characters that can keep a series alive and engaging. You will have the tools to develop other ideas after the course.

    You don’t need to be an experienced writer to benefit from this course, but you do need to have a passion for storytelling and watching a lot of Television.

    I’m interested – what do I do now?  

    • Check out the course description online here – if you have questions about the course itself, please contact AFTRS
    • To discuss the scholarship application and the activities/materials that the successful scholarship recipient would need to agree to, contact Wide Angle Tasmania on 6223 8344 or 0478 150 206 or via email 
    • submit a completed application form by May 19, 2021 to [email protected] along with a brief bio (no more than 150 words) and a CV.

    How will you decide who receives the scholarship?
    Wide Angle Tasmania’s Executive Director will make a decision based on the applications that are received.  All applicants will be notified with 7 days of the closing date of the outcome.

    Click here to download an Application Form (.docx)

     


    Previous Scholarship recipients

    Script Assessment Workshop

    In July 2019 Briony Kidd was awarded a scholarship to attend a Script Assessment Workshop in Sydney.  Briony grew up in Tasmania and is a graduate of VCA School of Film & TV in Melbourne. Her best-known short Gothic melodrama,The Room at the Top of the Stairs, screen to acclaim on AMC’s Shudder platform. Her short thriller Watch Me will soon be released as part of an anthology feature from Megan Riakos’s Cedar & Hemlock, in association with Enzo Tedeschi of Deadhouse. Her feature screenplay,the ‘psychobiddy’ thriller The Motel at the End of the World, is currently in development supported by Screen Australia and Screen Tasmania. Most recently, Briony directed three music videos for the artist Costume. Briony is also a theatre-maker, freelance writer and reviewer, curator and script editor.  After completing the course Briony reflected:

    “I am grateful to Wide Angle Tasmania for providing this fantastic opportunity! To spend the weekend learning from one of the country's top development executives was of huge benefit at this stage and will enable to me proceed with confidence as a script editor, as well as to seek work as a script assessor. The insights imparted were valuable to my own processes as a screenwriter as well. I found that Chris's approach was very clear, open and collegial. I particularly appreciated his sensitivity to the needs and intent of the writer, as central to a successful development process.”
    Briony Kidd, July 2019

    Legal Essentials Workshop

    In 2020 Wide Angle was pleased to continue it’s partnership with Australian Film, Television and Radio School to provide scholarships for Tasmanians to travel to Sydney and attend industry short courses – with the additional support of Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development Program.  In March 2020 Martine Delaney was selected to attend a Legal Essentials workshop in Sydney. 

    David Whealy has the most amazing mind. Over the two days of the AFTRS Legals Essentials short course, I was constantly blown away by his encyclopaedic knowledge of the legal and financial minefields of film production. Coupled with his relaxed and confident delivery style, it made for a course I’d heartily recommend to any emerging producer who wanted to gain the legal and financial knowledge and skills to deliver a completed screen story - without ending up in a legal mess and broke, perhaps even making some money.”
    Martine Delaney, March 2020


  • published Films Work information session in upcoming events 2021-04-28 15:14:51 +1000

    Films Work information session

    Is your not-for-profit organisation interested in learning how to work with filmmakers, create in-house videos and host film screenings for your clients and other community stakeholders? Join the info session and discover how the 'Films Work' program can help you develop and implement a strategy to use film for social change within your organisation.

    Applications are now open for this innovative program designed for Tasmanian small to medium sized not-for-profit organisations.  With support from the Tasmanian Community Fund, 6 organisations will attend a 2 day workshop and receive 6 months of mentorship to develop and implement a strategy for making films work in their organisation.  Read more about the 'Film Work' program here.

    RSVP below to register. After registering, you'll receive the zoom meeting link in the confirmation email.

    WHEN
    May 20, 2021 at 3pm
    WHERE
    online via Zoom
    7 rsvps rsvp

  • published films work - OPEN in Events & Opportunities 2021-04-28 15:04:30 +1000

    films work

    ‘Films Work’ is a program that supports Tasmanian not-for-profits to use films for social change.  With support from the Tasmanian Community Fund, participants will work with Wide Angle Tasmania to learn;

    • how to find and use high-quality films to support your organisation’s mission;
    • how to create inhouse videos to document your impact and create more engagement on the web and social media; and
    • how to work with professional filmmakers to develop compelling stories that connect and engage your stakeholders.

    Applications are now open - click through to download the guidelines and application form: 
    Application pack (word doc)
    Application pack (pdf)

    ‘Films Work’ starts with a 2-day workshop in Hobart. This fast, fun and information-packed workshop covers all the basics for not for profit leaders to use film for social change. During the workshop you will start to formulate the strategy for using films within your organisation over the following 6 months.   

    Following the workshop each organisation receives six mentoring meetings designed to create an action plan and stay on track to implement your film strategy (including hosting a film screening, creating video content and developing a brief to produce a professional short film). These sessions are provided each month by phone, zoom or in-person and are tailored to the needs of your organisation.

    The ‘Films Work’ program requires an ongoing commitment from the participants – but it will produce outstanding results for organisations that are serious about using film to amplify their mission.

    WHAT DOES THE PROGRAM COST?
    Each organisation contributes $50 towards the cost of the program. Each organisation is required to cover any costs associated with attending the two day workshop in South Hobart (including travel and accommodation if required).  Participating organisations will need access to internet/phone to participate in the mentoring sessions.The Tasmanian Community Fund and Wide Angle Tasmania covers the remaining costs of the workshop and mentorship sessions.

    WHO SHOULD ENROL?
    This opportunity is open to any small or medium not-for-profit organisation operating in Tasmania.  (Using the ACNC definition - a small organisation has annual revenue under $250,000, a medium organisation has revenue $250,000 - $1 Million).  Each organisation is required to have two participants attend the workshop (this can include employees, board members or volunteers) who can commit time to develop and implement a strategy to use film in their organisation during 2021.

    I’M INTERESTED – WHAT NOW?

    KEY DATES

    Applications Open

    1st May 2021

    Information session (by zoom)

    3pm 20th May 2021 - click through for more info & to register

    Applications Due

    10th June 2021

    Selection notification

    17th June 2021

    Workshop

    1st and 2nd July 2021

    Mentoring sessions

    July – December 2021

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER WIDE ANGLE TASMANIA

    Wide Angle Tasmania (WAT) is a not-for-profit organisation with a long history of supporting Tasmanians to make films that reflect and shape Tasmanian culture.  WAT bridges a dynamic space where our services are used for education, employment and creative expression with a strong track-record of partnering to deliver projects that leverage our resources and community. Their creative excellence has been recognised through international festival awards and screenings on ABC, SBS and online. 

    SUPPORTED BY


  • published Diversify Your Creative Income in upcoming events 2021-04-12 14:51:58 +1000

    Diversify Your Creative Income

    How many ways can you think of to make money?

    Creative businesses often need help to brainstorm all the possible ways to diversify their income streams and become more financially sustainable.

    Diversify Your Creative Income is an interactive workshop that allows participants to discuss the various general ways that creatives can make money (including services, good, subscriptions and passive income), and includes practical exercises to help brainstorm and test those ideas. The workshops examines:

    • Understanding Revenue
    • The MVO (Minimum Viable Offering);
    • Using a Skills Audit to inspire ideas;
    • Understanding the Risks;
    • What's a 'Good Idea'? Testing the Market;
    • Practical Pitching Techniques;
    • Helpful resources and more.

    The workshop is tailored specifically to creative businesses who are already self-employed, and the tips shared are relevant no matter what your profession – filmmakers, writers, musicians, designers, visual artists, performers - all are welcome!

    Business advisor and creative industries guru Monica Davidson will deliver the workshops over one full day. Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to provide this opportunity to the Tasmanian arts sector, supported by Screen Tasmania's Industry Development program.  The ticket includes lunch and refreshments.

    What do I get? All participants of this workshop also receive:

    • Catered lunch and refreshments
    • A printed workbook to make the most of the practical exercises;
    • Lifetime access to a dedicated Diversify Your Creative Income dropbox folder full of additional resources and help;
    • Access to a dedicated webpage full of links and resources to help them get ahead in their creative business.

    The workshop is relaxed and informal, you can ask all the questions you’ve never been able to ask before, and participants will also be given ample opportunity to network and get to know each other.

    Where: Wide Angle Tasmania @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Cost: $88 WAT members Early bird discount until June 14 / $110 WAT members after June 15 / $150 non-members
    Tickets are for the 1-day workshop, include lunch each day and are GST inclusive. Payment can be made by instalment.

    Bookings
    Bookings are available via this page or contact the Wide Angle Office on 6223 8344 or 0478 150 206 or by email [email protected]

    To register for the workshops, please complete the Workshop Registration Form, read the course fee refund policy and pay in full.

    Travel support/financial support: If you are based outside of Hobart or require a discount to attend please contact us to discus how we can assist you.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER MONICA DAVIDSON

    Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 500-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.    

     

     

    WHEN
    September 10, 2021 at 10am
    WHERE
    Wide Angle Screen Centre
    $88.00 AUD · rsvp

  • The Business of Marketing - Screen Entrepreneurs

    Screen Entrepreneurs is a workshop series for screen freelancers and business operators that focusses on the core entrepreneurial areas of business skills and planning, financial management and marketing. Workshops will be practical, interactive and fun!  Business advisor and creative industries guru Monica Davidson will deliver the workshops over three weekends. Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to provide this opportunity to the Tasmanian screen sector, supported by Screen Tasmania's Industry Development program.

    This is the third workshop of the series.

    The Business of Marketing - Oct 16 & 17

    Marketing is one of the most despised and least understood aspects of running a screen business or being a freelancer in the creative industries.  This fun and practical workshop explores the mystery behind the marketing magic: devising strategy, making measurements and meeting goals. we’ll also talk about websites, debunk your understanding of social media, help you recover from LinkedInPhobia, and debunk the myths of luck and word-of-mouth.   

    Session Topic What will be covered?
    Sat Oct 16, 10am - 1pm The Seven Steps
    • What is Marketing? No, it’s not that…
    • The Seven Steps to Strategy
    • The Basics of YOU
    • PRACTICAL – How to introduce yourself
    Sat Oct 16, 1.45pm - 4.30pm All About Them
    • Who are your Clients?
    • Building Characters
    • PRACTICAL – Let’s Meet Margaret
    • The Competition
    • PRACTICAL – Market Research Time
    Sun Oct 17, 10am - 1pm Getting Out There
    • The Myths of Luck and Word of Mouth
    • Strategies – Your Website
    • Strategies – Your Social Media
    • Strategies – Networking
    • PRACTICAL – I Hate Networking
    Sun Oct 17, 1.45pm - 4.30pm Plan for Success
    • Start at the End – what do you want?
    • PRACTICAL – Your Marketing Plan
    • Wrap-Up and Pack-Up (and Wine Time)

    More Info and Bookings

    More information can be found by clicking through the links for each workshop below or calling Wide Angle on 6223 8344.
    Bookings are available here or contact the Wide Angle Office on 6223 8344 or [email protected]

    Venue: Wide Angle Tasmania @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Who should enrol

    Screen Entrepreneurs is designed for screen freelancers and small screen business operators.  Monica will cater for those with established businesses and those who are scoping a business opportunity or just starting out.

    About the Presenter Monica Davidson

    Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 500-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.

     

                  

    Information about the other workshops in the series

    Film Business Fundamentals - July 31 & August 1 

    Ever wanted to turn your film dreams into a business reality? Are you already freelancing in screen and want to know if you're doing things properly? Running a film business and worried that you could be doing it better?

    This fast, fun and information-packed workshop covers all the basics for screen practitioners who want to work for themselves. It covers all the business basics from ABN and ABLIS, and focusses on the practical elements of a business plan that actually works.

    Click through for more information

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word - Sept 16 & 17

    The idea that you’ll never make any money from your screen practice (and be a ‘starving artist’) is pervasive, and lots of filmmakers struggle with money and self-employment. This isn’t always just due to lack of funds, however – sometimes you just need someone to explain the basics of money in a way that’s fun, practical, and transparent.  

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word covers the fundamentals of financial literacy specifically for creatives, and answers some of the most compelling financial questions you might have. It also takes a tour through tax and record keeping, ways to make money, and stops briefly in the lands of “Should I work for free?” and “What Should I Charge?”. A must for anyone working in the screen industry.  

    Click through for more information

    WHEN
    October 16, 2021 at 10am - October 18, 2021 at 10am
    WHERE
    Wide Angle Tasmania
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  • Film Business Fundamentals - Screen Entrepreneurs

    Screen Entrepreneurs is a workshop series for screen freelancers and business operators that focusses on the core entrepreneurial areas of business skills and planning, financial management and marketing. Workshops will be practical, interactive and fun!  Business advisor and creative industries guru Monica Davidson will deliver the workshops over three weekends. Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to provide this opportunity to the Tasmanian screen sector, supported by Screen Tasmania's Industry Development program.

    This is the first workshop of the series.

    Film Business Fundamentals - July 31 & August 1

    Ever wanted to turn your film dreams into a business reality? Are you already freelancing in screen and want to know if you’re doing things properly? Running a film business and worried that you could be doing it better?
    This fast, fun and information-packed workshop covers all the basics for screen practitioners who want to work for themselves. It covers all the business basics from ABN and ABLIS, and focusses on the practical elements of a business plan that actually works.

     

    Session Topic What will be covered?
    Sat July 31, 10am - 1pm Deadlines, Dreams and Goals
    • Getting started and Introductions
    • Be Your Own Boss – Self-Accountability 101
    • Goal-Setting: How to do it, from the inside out.
    • PRACTICAL – Brainstorming Short Term Goals
    • Is It Good? How to evaluate what you want
    Sat July 31, 1.45pm - 4.30pm Making It Happen
    • The “BHAG” – Your Long Term Vision
    • No More Resolutions – Tips to Keeping Your Goals
    • Time Management – Tricks for Beginners
    • The End – Strategic Quitting and Excellent Failure
    • PRACTICAL - The Goal Matrix
    Sun August 1, 10am - 1pm Business Basics
    • Structurally Sound – Entities and Enterprises
    • Understanding the ABN, ASIC and ABLIS
    • Being Unique Part 1 – Registering a business name
    • Being Unique Part 2 –Registering a domain name
    • Companies and Social Enterprise
    • PRACTICAL – What Are You?
    Sun August 1, 1.45pm - 4.30pm Practical Plans
    • Introduction to Business Plans
    • The SWOT Analysis – But Why?
    • PRACTICAL – Work through an example
    • Introduction to Legal Issues
    • Copyright and Contracts – The Basics
    • Where to go to get more help
    • Wrap-Up and Pack-Up 

    Tickets: Tickets are for the 3 x 2-day workshops, include lunch each day and are GST inclusive
    $264 WAT members Early bird discount until June 14
    $330 WAT members after June 15
    $660 non-members

    More Info and Bookings

    More information can be found by clicking through the links for each workshop below or calling Wide Angle on 6223 8344.
    Bookings are available here or contact the Wide Angle Office on 6223 8344 or [email protected]

    Venue: Wide Angle Tasmania @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Who should enrol

    Screen Entrepreneurs is designed for screen freelancers and small screen business operators.  Monica will cater for those with established businesses and those who are scoping a business opportunity or just starting out.

    About the Presenter Monica Davidson

    Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 500-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.

     

                  

    Information about the other workshops in the series

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word - Sept 11 & 12

    The idea that you’ll never make any money from your screen practice (and be a ‘starving artist’) is pervasive, and lots of filmmakers struggle with money and self-employment. This isn’t always just due to lack of funds, however – sometimes you just need someone to explain the basics of money in a way that’s fun, practical, and transparent.  

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word covers the fundamentals of financial literacy specifically for creatives, and answers some of the most compelling financial questions you might have. It also takes a tour through tax and record keeping, ways to make money, and stops briefly in the lands of “Should I work for free?” and “What Should I Charge?”. A must for anyone working in the screen industry.  

    Click through for more information

    The Business of Marketing - Oct 16 & 17 

    Marketing is one of the most despised and least understood aspects of running a screen business or being a freelancer in the creative industries.  This fun and practical workshop explores the mystery behind the marketing magic: devising strategy, making measurements and meeting goals. We’ll also talk about websites, debunk your understanding of social media, help you recover from LinkedInPhobia, and debunk the myths of luck and word-of-mouth.   

    Click through for more information

    WHEN
    July 31, 2021 at 10am - August 02, 2021 at 10am
    WHERE
    Wide Angle Tasmania
    $264.00 AUD · rsvp

  • Money is NOT a Dirty Word - Screen Entrepreneurs

    Screen Entrepreneurs is a workshop series for screen freelancers and business operators that focusses on the core entrepreneurial areas of business skills and planning, financial management and marketing. Workshops will be practical, interactive and fun!  Business advisor and creative industries guru Monica Davidson will deliver the workshops over three weekends. Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to provide this opportunity to the Tasmanian screen sector, supported by Screen Tasmania's Industry Development program.

    This is the second workshop of the series.

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word - September 11 & 12

    The idea that you’ll never make any money from your screen practice (and be a ‘starving artist’) is pervasive, and lots of filmmakers struggle with money and self-employment. This isn’t always just due to lack of funds, however – sometimes you just need someone to explain the basics of money in a way that’s fun, practical, and transparent.  

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word covers the fundamentals of financial literary specifically for creatives, and answers some of the most compelling financial questions you might have. It also takes a tour through tax and record keeping, ways to make money, and stops briefly in the lands of “Should I work for free?” and “What Should I Charge?”. A must for anyone working in the screen industry.  

    Session Topic What will be covered?
    Sat Sept 11, 10am - 1pm The Famine and The Feast
    • Understanding the realities of irregular income
    • PRACTICAL – Cost Benefit Analysis
    • Budgets – Eurgh!
    • Thinking Different – Pleasure and Peace of Mind
    • What is Cashflow?
    • PRACTICAL – The Beginnings of a Budget
    Sat Sept 11, 1.45pm - 4.30pm Making Money
    • What Should I Charge? Finally, the answer…
    • Ten Ways to Find Money for your Work
    • Funding Fundamentals - How to Persuade Funders to Fund You
    • Invoicing – The Basics
    Sun Sept 12, 10am - 1pm Insurance and Super
    • Sexy Insurance Basics – how it works
    • What You Need – Public Liability, Professional Indemnity
    • Workcover and Injury
    • Superannuation – Yes, You’re Entitled
    Sun Sept 12, 1.45pm - 4.30pm Tax. Yep. Tax.
    • What is Taxable income?
    • How does income tax work for employees?
    • What about freelancers?
    • Hobby or Business? You be the judge…
    • Deductions for your Creative Work
    • Record Keeping for Beginners
    • Where to Get Help (and an accountant)
    • Wrap-Up and Pack-Up 

     

    More Info and Bookings

    More information can be found by clicking through the links for each workshop below or calling Wide Angle on 6223 8344.
    Bookings are available here or contact the Wide Angle Office on 6223 8344 or [email protected]

    Venue: Wide Angle Tasmania @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Who should enrol

    Screen Entrepreneurs is designed for screen freelancers and small screen business operators.  Monica will cater for those with established businesses and those who are scoping a business opportunity or just starting out.

    About the Presenter Monica Davidson

    Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 500-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.

     

                  

    Information about the other workshops in the series

    Film Business Fundamentals - July 31 & Aug 1 

    Ever wanted to turn your film dreams into a business reality? Are you already freelancing in screen and want to know if you're doing things properly? Running a film business and worried that you could be doing it better?

    This fast, fun and information-packed workshop covers all the basics for screen practitioners who want to work for themselves. It covers all the business basics from ABN and ABLIS, and focusses on the practical elements of a business plan that actually works.

    Click through for more information

    The Business of Marketing - Oct 16 & 17

    Marketing is one of the most despised and least understood aspects of running a screen business or being a freelancer in the creative industries.  This fun and practical workshop explores the mystery behind the marketing magic: devising strategy, making measurements and meeting goals. We’ll also talk about websites, debunk your understanding of social media, help you recover from LinkedInPhobia, and debunk the myths of luck and word-of-mouth.   

    Click through for more information

    WHEN
    September 11, 2021 at 10am - September 13, 2021 at 10am
    WHERE
    Wide Angle Tasmania
    $264.00 AUD · rsvp

  • published screen entrepreneurs - OPEN in Events & Opportunities 2021-04-08 16:01:52 +1000

    Screen Entrepreneurs Workshop Series

    'Screen Entrepreneurs' is a workshop series for screen freelancers and business operators that focuses on the core entrepreneurial areas of business skills and planning, financial management and marketing.  Workshops will be practical, interactive and fun!

    Business advisor and creative industries guru Monica Davidson will deliver the workshops over three weekends. Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to provide this opportunity to the Tasmanian screen sector, supported by Screen Tasmania's Industry Development program.

    The workshop series includes:

    • Film Business Fundamentals - July 31 & Aug 1 (10am - 4.30pm)
    • Money is NOT a Dirty Word - Sept 11 & 12 (10am - 4.30pm)
    • The Business of Marketing - Oct 16 & 17 (10am - 4.30pm)

    Where: Wide Angle Tasmania @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Cost: $264 WAT members Early bird discount until June 14 / $330 WAT members after June 15 / $660 non-members
    Tickets are for the 3 x 2-day workshops, include lunch each day and are GST inclusive. Payment can be made by instalment (contact us to arrange this)... and you are welcome to become a WAT member to access the discounted tickets - join here.

    More Info and Bookings

    More information can be found by clicking through the links for each workshop below or calling Wide Angle on 6223 8344 or 0478 150 206.
    Bookings are available via this page or contact the Wide Angle Office.

    To register for the workshops, please complete the Screen Entrepreneurs Registration Form, read the course fee refund policy and pay in full.

    Travel support/financial support: If you are based outside of Hobart or require a discount to attend please contact us to discus how we can assist you.

    WHO SHOULD ENROL

    Screen Entrepreneurs is designed for screen freelancers and small screen business operators. Monica will cater for those with established businesses and those who are scoping a business opportunity or just starting out.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER MONICA DAVIDSON

    Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 500-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.

    WHAT WILL BE COVERED

    Film Business Fundamentals - July 31 & Aug 1

    Ever wanted to turn your film dreams into a business reality? Are you already freelancing in screen and want to know if you’re doing things properly? Running a film business and worried that you could be doing it better? 

    This fast, fun and information-packed workshop covers all the basics for screen practitioners who want to work for themselves. It covers all the business basics from ABN and ABLIS, and focusses on the practical elements of a business plan that actually works.

    Click through for more information

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word - Sept 11 & 12

    The idea that you’ll never make any money from your screen practice (and be a ‘starving artist’) is pervasive, and lots of filmmakers struggle with money and self-employment. This isn’t always just due to lack of funds, however – sometimes you just need someone to explain the basics of money in a way that’s fun, practical, and transparent.  

    Money is NOT a Dirty Word covers the fundamentals of financial literacy specifically for creatives, and answers some of the most compelling financial questions you might have. It also takes a tour through tax and record keeping, ways to make money, and stops briefly in the lands of “Should I work for free?” and “What Should I Charge?”. A must for anyone working in the screen industry.  

    Click through for more information

    The Business of Marketing - Oct 16 & 17

    Marketing is one of the most despised and least understood aspects of running a screen business or being a freelancer in the creative industries.  This fun and practical workshop explores the mystery behind the marketing magic: devising strategy, making measurements and meeting goals. We’ll also talk about websites, debunk your understanding of social media, help you recover from LinkedInPhobia, and debunk the myths of luck and word-of-mouth.   

    Click through for more information

    WHEN
    July 31, 2021 at 10am - August 06, 2021 at 10am
    WHERE
    Wide Angle Tasmania - 6 Washington Street, South Hobart
    $264.00 AUD · rsvp

  • published Wide Angle is Hiring in news 2021-03-03 14:55:27 +1100

    Wide Angle is Hiring

    Wide Angle is currently recruiting for two new positions to support Wide Angle's slate of programmes;

    Read more

  • published Tasmanian collection - film archive in resources 2021-01-29 10:41:34 +1100

    Tasmanian collection - film archive

    Wide Angle Tasmania has an extensive archive of films that have been produced in Tasmania over the last twenty years (with over 400 films on DVD in the library).  Our most recent project is to digitise the collection to archive, preserve and allow the films to be viewed at the Wide Angle Screen Centre.

    We invite you to be part of this project and submit a digital version of the film that you own the copyright in to the collection.  You can do this by completing the google form here - or get in touch with us by email/call 6223 8344 or 0478 150 206.

    Here is a list of the films currently available in the digital archive for viewing:

    Film Title Year of Production Producer Director Wide Angle initiative
    The Devil You Know 2019 Cathy Allen Ben Morton End Game
    Instadate 2019 Lauren Watson Lauren Watson End Game
    The Quiet Boy 2019 Ellis Swinbourne Ellis Swinbourne End Game
    Wonderfluous 2019 Oliver Potter Oliver Potter End Game
    Paddy 2019 Rosemary Cann Rosemary Cann End Game
    Squash Promotional Video 2019 Tom Roberts Tom Roberts End Game
    Clockumentary 2019 Ursula Woods Ursula Woods Nerve 2019
    RED 2019   Jeff Kirkland Nerve 2019
    Shake and Dance 2019 Phoenix Rain Sam Tooker Nerve 2019
    Karen 2018 George Underwood George Underwood Nerve 2018
    Little Beauty 2018 Mick Lowenstein & Tracey Cosgrove Mick Lowenstein Nerve 2018
    Printed in Ink 2018 Patrick Foster Victoria Bremner Nerve 2018
    The Radiophonic Artist - Women of the Island 2017   Rebecca Thomson Step-Out Web 17
    A Farmer's Daughter - Women of the Island 2017   Lara Van Raay Step-Out Web 17
    Protector and Defender - Madeline Wells: Women of  The Island 2017   Ninna Millikin Step-Out Web 17
    The Garden 2016 Craige Langworthy Craige Langworthy Audacity
    Blood of Life 2016 Troy Melville, Jim Everett Troy Melville Audacity
    Source 'Our Co-op' 2016 Mark Thomson Carly Rusden RED Flag
    The Good Room 2016 Rogan Brown Jane Howard RED Flag
    The Conquest of Emmie 2016 Paul Moran Pauline Marsh RED Flag
    The Calling Hours 2016 Shaun Wilson & Sara Brown Shaun Wilson Audacity
    Waiting for Angel 2015 Andy Del Vecchio Elli Iliades Raw Nerve
    Love Train 2015 Emma Wilson Mike Wedderburn Raw Nerve
    Coffeehead 2015 Rebecca Thomson Trent Baumann Raw Nerve
    Slick Timing 2014 Dave Flower Astrid Cooper Raw Nerve
    Titan 2014 Nick Falk Carmen Falk Raw Nerve
    Matthew 2014 Aaron Luke Wilson Cathy Allen Raw Nerve
    Blue Shirt, Green Tie 2013 Carolyn Frichot Darren Swanson Raw Nerve
    Hormones: The Musical 2013 Dominique Hurley Meg Bignell Raw Nerve
    Confessions of a Date-A-Holic 2013 Dave Flower Rob Harrison Raw Nerve
    Knit One 2012 Clare Gray & Shaun Wilson Clare Gray Raw Nerve
    Little Lamb 2012 Heidi Douglas Heidi Douglas Raw Nerve
    The Lala Road 2012 Letitia Lamb Letitia Lamb Raw Nerve
    Dibs 2011 Adam Ransley Adam Ransley Raw Nerve
    Piercing Silence 2011 Ninna Millikin Ninna Millikin Raw Nerve
    Showing The Ropes 2011 Rogan Brown David Pyefinch Raw Nerve
    Slashed 2010 Rogan Brown Rebecca Thomson Raw Nerve
    Thicker than Water 2010 Daniel Speed, Carolyn Frichot & Dominique Hurley Daniel Speed Raw Nerve
    Exit, Pursued by a Bear 2010 Daniel Weavell Sara Pensalfini Brown Raw Nerve
    The Tin Man 2009 Carolyn Frichot Bernard Lloyd Raw Nerve
    The Gardener 2009 Nathan Spencer & Shaun Wilson Jasmine Cameron Raw Nerve
    Water A Poem 2009 Dominique Hurley Justus Neumann and Andrew Del Vecchio Raw Nerve
    Daughter of San Domenico 2009 Ra’uf Lucien Simon Marisa Mastrocola Raw Nerve
    Help Wanted 2008 Dan Weavell Dan Weavell Raw Nerve
    Henry Finn 2008 Nathan Spencer Shaun Wilson Raw Nerve
    Iron Will 2008 Vivien Mason Vivien Mason Raw Nerve
    Next of Kin 2008 Rose Schramm Rose Schramm Raw Nerve

     

     

     

     

     


  • Industry responds to the review of Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania assessment process

    Media release issued Sept 22

    The Arts Minister Elise Archer announced on Sept 18 that “The Cultural and Creative Industries Act 2017 includes an independent system of peer assessment and expert advice in all funding decisions under Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania. However, all grant recipients have a responsibility to ensure they use funding appropriately and within the guidelines of the law. Accordingly, to maintain the integrity of this independent process, I have asked for the assessment process to be reviewed to ensure that illegal activities are not promoted or endorsed.

    Read more

  • published Review in about 2020-09-21 12:52:14 +1000

    Industry responds to the proposed review of Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania’s assessment process

    To lend your support to the media release - please add your signature.  Any questions please get in touch. The Minister’s full media release can be read here.

    109 signatures

    Media Release: Industry responds to the proposed review of Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania’s assessment process

    The Arts Minister Elise Archer announced on Sept 18 that “The Cultural and Creative Industries Act 2017 includes an independent system of peer assessment and expert advice in all funding decisions under Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania. However, all grant recipients have a responsibility to ensure they use funding appropriately and within the guidelines of the law. Accordingly, to maintain the integrity of this independent process, I have asked for the assessment process to be reviewed to ensure that illegal activities are not promoted or endorsed.

    Our position is that, far from maintaining the integrity of the process, such a review threatens the independence of screen funding in the state. The decisions of Tasmania’s arts funding bodies Screen Tasmania and Arts Tasmania must remain independent of the politics of the day. Interference in this process, or even the suggestion of it, will tarnish the these agencies' reputations, their relationship with filmmakers and artists and the state’s reputation as a place of artistic excellence. 

    At a time when creative workers face diminishing opportunities and great economic uncertainty, the last thing they should have to worry about is a fight to maintain their artistic integrity.

    We agree with Minister Archer’s statement that Screen Tasmania’s production funding decisions are based on an independent system of peer assessment and expert advice.  The process is appropriately at arms-length of government and therefore the assessment process does not need to be reviewed in this case.  

    We call on all members of parliament to throw their support behind Tasmanian screen businesses and filmmakers during this challenging time so that we can get back to work - work that shapes and reflects our culture and contributes to the state’s economy.

    Add signature

  • published WAT 2020 survey in about 2020-05-19 10:47:26 +1000

    WAT 2020 survey

    Thanks for making the time to complete our short survey - your answers will help Wide Angle to serve the Tasmanian screen community!

    Respond by July 3 and you'll be in the running for cash prizes (2 x $100), equipment hire vouchers (3 x $100) and WAT membership (x 4) 

    There are just 6 questions;

    • What is life like for you right now?
    • What have other organisations you interact with done during COVID-19 that you’ve found useful and why?
    • What is Wide Angle doing or providing that gives you the most value right now and why?
    • On the flip side, what services are of less value to you right now and why?
    • What can we do to best serve you right now and why?
    • What would you like to see us do differently post-COVID19?

    We'll be using the info to help understand our community better - all responses will be used or share without identifying you. 

    Thanks!

    Take the survey

  • published Clockumentary in NERVE 2020-01-13 09:53:23 +1100

    Clockumentary

    Brian Toggle is a self-proclaimed timekeeper and expert drummer who plays in Tasmanian art pop band, Sunset Thrills.

    WRITER, DIRECTOR & PRODUCER: Ursula Woods
    DURATION: 9mins, 52 secs
    YEAR: 2019

    Brian ‘Toggs’ Toggle is a seasoned drummer and self-proclaimed timekeeper from the town of Ulver-stone, Tasmania. Toggs talks to filmmaker Ursula Woods about dimensions of drumming and how the significant town clock influenced his rhythmic thinking as a child. Is time the most important element in the music we like to listen to? Clockumentary takes a look at life through a drummer’s lens. Playing with young art-pop group ‘Sunset Thrills’, Toggs encounters artistic differences with the band.

    Screenings & Awards

    Nerve 2019 Industry Screening - Hobart, February 2020
    SNIFF (Southern Nomads International Film Festival) Queenstown Tasmania Feb 2020
    Nominated for Best First-Time Film Director at ALTFF March 2020
    Melbourne Documentary Film Festival - Vic, June-July, 2020
    Brighton Rocks UK Film Festival (online due to Covid) August 2020
    Semi-Finalist at Best Short Fest (Canada) September 2020

    Reviews
     

     

    KEY CAST:
    Mike Brooke – Brian Toggle
    Michael Panton – Mick
    Louisa Hogue - keyboardist
    Oliver Gathercole - bassist

    KEY CREW:
    Writer/ Director/Producer - Ursula Woods
    Executive Producer - Abi Binning
    Mentor Producer & Script Editor - Troy Melville
    DOP - Richard Williams & Mike Gissing
    Sound Recording - Mike Gissing
    Camera 2 - Jacob Collings
    Assistant Director - Lucy Crispin
    Editor / Associate Producer - Rose Vallentine
    Composer - Jethro Pickett 
    Sound Editing & Colour Grade - Mike Gissing, Digital City Studios


  • published RED in NERVE 2020-01-13 09:38:37 +1100

    Red

    A young woman’s cross-town errand takes a dangerous turn when she encounters a dark figure from her past.

    WRITER & DIRECTOR: Jeff Kirkland
    PRODUCER: Tara Bufton
    DURATION: 10mins 
    YEAR: 2019

    Red, a drug courier for a biker gang, is sent to deliver a bag of drugs to a local nightclub. On the way she encounters her possessive ex-boyfriend, Rafe, who wants her back in his life and won’t take “No” for an answer. She manages to escape and continue on her way but an angry and obsessed Rafe has no intention of letting her go that easily.

    Screenings

    Nerve 2019 Industry Screening - Hobart, February 2020

    KEY CAST:
    Mutha - Shane Rayner 
    Red - Eleanore Knox 
    George - Norman Alexander 
    Rafe - Michael Gillan 
    Tony - Stephen Ashton 

    KEY CREW:

    Writer & Director - Jeff Kirkland
    Story By - Jeff Kirkland & Helen Kirkland
    Producer - Tara Bufton
    Executive Producer - Abi Binning
    Mentor Producer - Emma Wilson
    Script Editor & Mentor Director - Briony Kidd
    Cinematographer - Andrew Walton 
    Production Manager - Julia Hendy-Cartwright
    Production Coordinator - Elise Stansfield
    Assistant Director - Leisle Grant  
    Sound Recordist - Stewart Mackay 
    Production Designer - Ella Knight
    Production Assistant - Emily Roberts
    Location Manager - Julia Hendy-Cartwright 
    Camera Assistants - Ben Nelan  & Emily Roberts 
    Hair & Makeup - Hair & Makeup 
    Stills - José Navarro & Mark Thomson
    Fight Choreographer - Stephen Ashton
    Catering - Henry East & Laura Hampton
    Music - Gareth Dawson 
    Editor - Jeff Kirkland
    Sound Editing & Colour Grade - Mike Gissing, Digital City Studios


  • published upcoming screenings in Screenings 2020-08-14 10:43:57 +1000

    screening calendar

    Wide Angle Tasmania is delighted to present the following screenings.  Please click through for more information about each screening and to reserve your seat.

    See all events

  • published Events & Opportunities 2019-06-24 12:23:28 +1000

    Events & Opps

    Each year Wide Angle Tasmania runs special initiatives to help develop Tasmanian screen practitioners by learning and making.

    Upcoming events can be found here.

    Current opportunities are listed above as OPEN.

    An ongoing initiative is WAT SHARES - a time bank for Tasmanian filmmakers to trade their skills and experience.  Check it out here.

    END GAME is a 3 month programme of goal-setting, peer support, coaching and reflection designed to help you transform your great idea into action.  

    The Wide Angle Residency provides Tasmanian screen practitioners with the opportunity to concentrate on their screen project or screen business for a period of between one and three months.  Applications for April residencies are open now.

    You can also check out the previous initiatives that have been offered by Wide Angle Tasmania here.

     

     


  • published NERVE 2019 in NERVE 2019-06-20 11:34:13 +1000

    NERVE 2019

    In 2019 Wide Angle provided Tasmanian screen practitioners with their first shot at production through our annual initiative NERVE.  Teams received a cash budget and Wide Angle support to go through the full process of making a short screen project. Previously called Raw Nerve, this model of mentoring, training and support aims to provide screen practitioners with their first experience of an industry standard production that will progress their career, educational and/or creative aspirations.

    In 2019, the filmmakers and films supported included:
    Jeff Kirkland - RED
    Ursula Woods - Clockumentary
    Sam Tooker - Dennis & Shake

    Since 2008, Wide Angle Tasmania has helped dozens of Tasmanian screen practitioners to create their first funded short film through this highly successful model of mentoring, training and support. Opportunities to learn through doing are vital for directors, contributing to strong career outcomes.  Shaun Wilson (currently directing Rosehaven series 3) directed his first funded short film Henry Finn through this initiative in 2008.  Other alumni include Vivien Mason (now studying an MA in ‘Digital Storytelling’ at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London) and Rebecca Thomson (award winning director of the webseries Women of the Island).

    The three films produced in 2018 are between 5 and 10 minutes in length. Wide Angle Tasmania helps filmmakers take their idea from script, through each stage of production, to a finished film ready for national and international festival release by December 2018.

    Each filmmaker receives a package valued at over $30 000 that includes;
    • mentoring from an experienced screen industry practitioner 
    • advice through the script editing process 
    • $3 000 cash budget
    • free enrolment in relevant WAT training
    • $7 500 value of production and post production equipment hire from WAT
    • insurances for the film and volunteer cast and crew
    • a colour grade and sound mix provided by a post-production studio
    • a gala launch of the films

    State Growth supported NERVE by contributing funds to employ nationally recognized script editors and mentor producers for Red, Clockumentary and Dennis & Shake

    Read on here for more info.

    Download the Guidelines and Application pack here (pdf)

    Download the Guidelines and Application pack here (word)

    Have you got a killer idea for a short film that you know audiences will love?  Need some funds to make it? In 2019 three short films will be produced through Nerve 2019 – and this is your chance to be selected.

    NERVE 2019 is  delivered by Wide Angle Tasmania for Tasmanian filmmakers. If selected, you’ll have an experienced  filmmaker mentor you throughout - from honing your story through to distribution. You’ll receive $3,000 cash to fund the production of a short film (3 – 7minutes) that will play well to festival audiences.  You’ll also receive access to equipment, facilities, insurances and a professional colour grade and sound mix… and we’ll launch your film at a gala industry event.

    What’s the timeline?
    If you’re selected for NERVE 2019 it’ll consume most of your thoughts and time from September to November.  If you have a great team around you, you’ll be able to share the load, but make sure you can balance the demands of the programme with your other obligations – the timeline below isn’t flexible. 

    Date

    What’s happening?

    Info

    June 1

    Applications open

    Read the guidelines and mark some dates in your diary

    6.30pm Friday July 19

    Info session @ Wide Angle

    Join us to find out more about NERVE 2019.  Is it for you?  How do you apply?

    6.30 – 8.30pm Friday July 26

    Speed networking

    A chance to meet filmmakers and expand your team

    4pm Monday August 5

    Applications close

    Email your application to [email protected]

    August 6 - 31

    Assessment process/contracting

    We’ll let you know if you’re successful and step you through the contracting process

    Sept – Nov 11

    Pre/production/post

    Work with your team to create an incredible short film!

    Nov 11 - 27

    Mix and Grade

    Head to the studio (allow two days)

    November 28

    Delivery

    Deliver your project (and all the paperworkJ) to Wide Angle

    Dec 2019 – January 2020 TBC

    Industry screening

    A gala event with your film screening alongside other films supported by Wide Angle in 2019

     

    Am I eligible for NERVE 2019?

    This initiative is designed to support early career Tasmanian filmmakers who are seeking a mentored approach to developing and producing their screen project.  Read below to make sure that you and your team meet all of the following eligibility criteria.  If you have any questions about whether or not you are eligible, get in touch.

    • You and your key team members must be permanent residents of Tasmania who are financial WAT members.
    • You must hold the rights to make the film and/or be able to demonstrate access.
    • The team must include an early career director. We define this as a director who has never had any work commissioned for television, nor received production funding from any state or federal agency.  Teams may include experienced producers/editors/cinematographers.  We strongly encourage teams with a track record of collaboration to apply.
    • You and your core team have a history of engaging with WAT and the Tasmanian screen community.
    • The project must be an independent production - projects cannot be produced as part of any coursework.

     

    How do I apply to NERVE 2019?

    1. We are here to help – make a time to come and discuss your project or ask for help if there are any barriers we can help you to overcome in preparing your application, including chain of title queries.Contact us during office hours on 6223 8344 or email [email protected]. 
    2. Copies of Raw Nerve films produced in previous years can be borrowed from the WAT resource library for free.
    3. Application Form and Attachments must be emailed by 4pm August 5. You will receive an email to confirm the receipt of your application no later than 4pm Aug 6
    4. Shortlisted applicantsmay be invited to attend an interview with the selection panel
    5. 5.  All applicants will be notified of the outcome no later than Aug 31. This email will include a summary of the panel’s feedback about the strong points and the weaknesses across all the applications that were received.  We can’t provide feedback on individual applications, and the panel’s decision is final.

    How will my application be assessed?

    The panel assesses each application against theses criteria:

    1. The strength of the story(eg. Is it actually a story or just an issue/character sketch? Does the story excite or inspire the panel? Is it likely to resonate with an audience?  Is it best told as a short film?)
    2. The strength of the style/structure(eg. Is the proposal or story told in a bold/innovative/compelling way? How strong is the visual storytelling?)
    3. The strength of the team(eg. is this the right team to tell this story?Does the team have the skills to manage, shoot, edit and distribute the film? Does the team recognise their weaknesses? Have they collaborated previously? With the support provided by the initiative, will the team be able to manage the production effectively?  Is this team contributing to a vibrant, diverse and renewable Tasmanian screen culture?)
    4. The benefit to the team (eg. will this project help the team achieve their screen aspirations? Will this project help build collaborative partnerships?)
    5. The level of engagement the team has had with WAT and the Tasmanian screen community
    6. The value of allocating resources to THIS project and team ( Is the project and team a good fit for the initiative? Are all elements of the initiative likely to be valued by the team? Is it likely to be realised effectively through the initiative? How does this project/team align with Wide Angle’s strategic objectives? How does this project and team rate against other applications? Can the project be funded elsewhere?)

    More info found in the guidelines.

     

    We are grateful for the support of State Growth – their support provides funds for the attachment of mentors to the team and project.


  • published Little Beauty in NERVE 2019-02-06 09:01:55 +1100

    Little Beauty

    When a country football team loses its sponsor, the homophobic team captain enters a drag pageant to raise the money.

    WRITER/DIRECTOR: Mick Lowenstein
    PRODUCER: Mick Lowenstein & Tracey Cosgrove
    DURATION: 8mins 17secs
    YEAR: 2018

    After winning the country football grand final, Jade the team captain, finds out that the club’s major sponsor has pulled out. The team manager, Russell, tries to convince Jade to enter the “You Little Beauty” Pageant to help raise funds. In an op shop, Jade and his mates run into Matthew, a young gay man and tease him. Matthew stands up for himself, inflaming Jade’s aggression. Matthew compares Jade’s violence to his father, which forces Jade to reflect on his actions. Jade reluctantly takes part in the pageant but the event is upstaged by Matthew appearing in stunning drag. The player’s taunting becomes violent. Jade finds the courage to stand up for the person he’d previously abused and points out Matthew’s courage to the rest of the town.

    Screenings

    Nerve 2018 Industry screening - Hobart, January 2019
    Flickerfest 2019 - Cygnet, May 2019

    KEY CAST:
    Jade - Connor Carthy
    Matthew - Joshua Scott
    Russell - Matthew Stolp
    Bender - Jared Goldsmith

    KEY CREW

    WRITER/DIRECTOR: Mick Lowenstein
    PRODUCER: Mick Lowenstein & Tracey Cosgrove 
    EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Abi Binning
    MENTOR PRODUCER: Dick Marks
    Script Editor - Ranald Allen
    Director of Photography - Aaron Luke Wilson
    Production Manager - Cathy Allen
    Assistant Director - Cathy Allen
    Sound Recordist - Frederic Moll
    Boom Operator - Tom Roberts
    Continuity - Victoria Woodfall
    Camera Assistant/B camera operator - Atak Ngor
    Gaffer - Richard Williams
    Gaffer - Ralph Williams
    Best Boy - Brad Harris
    Production Designer - Nicole Winspear
    Art Assistant - Eleanor Stancombe
    Costume Designer - Nicole Winspear
    Make-up Artist -Matthew Stolp
    Make-up Artist - Jane Howard
    Specialised make-up - Andrew Michael
    Stills Photographers - Ken McColl and Brad Harris
    Unit Manager - Ruby Grant
    Unit Assistant - Tom Roberts
    Catering - Tracey Cosgrove and Ruby Grant
    Production Assistants - Oliver Potter and Felicity Wilkinson
    Casting Director - Cathy Allen
    Graphic Design and VFX - Aaron Luke Wilson
    Editor - Justin “Pyrate” Smith
    Sound Editor and Colour grade– Mike Gissing, Digital City Studios


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