Wide Angle has the special pleasure of hosting an In Conversation with director Shaun Wilson (Rosehaven, The Ex-PM, Noirhouse) and actor Katie Robertson (Rosehaven, The Kettering Incident, Hamish & Andy’s True Story). Hot on the heels of their work on ABC TV series Rosehaven series 2, Wilson and Robertson will take to the red velvet lounge for a conversation about how they are forging careers in the Australian television industry, what you need to work in TV in Australia, and how they work together.
You are invited to email your question for this dynamic duo to discuss on the night to [email protected]
Tickets & RSVP:
- Free for current WAT members (please reserve your place by emailing or calling 6223 8344
- $10 non-members - please purchase your ticket via our website (below) or call 6223 8344
The WAT bar will be open from 5.00pm for ‘Friday Freelancer’ drinks. You can place an order for pizza up to 6.30pm (delivery at 8pm).
Shaun is a TV and commercial director based in Hobart, Tasmania. Recent projects include the second series of The Ex-PM, and episodes from both seasons of Rosehaven. He is the co-founder of production company Sky Machine, through which he co-created and directed Noirhouse, an award winning short form ABC comedy series. Shaun is also the owner of Pananda, a commercial video production company that creates commercials for TV and online. He sits on the board of Wide Angle Tasmania, and is a founding member of the Tasmanian Filmmakers Alliance.
Katie graduated from Sydney Theatre School’s Diploma of Arts (Acting) in 2008. In 2016 Katie was hand picked by Rebecca Gibney to play Jemima Parkmore in Channel Seven’s Emmy nominated drama ‘Wanted’. In the same year she picked up a recurring role in the critically acclaimed BBC and Foxtel’s Television Drama series ‘The Kettering Incident’ playing Sandra Hull. In 2017 she played the lead role in an episode of Hamish and Andy’s new scripted comedy series ‘True Story’ for Channel Nine and two guest spots on ABC’s ‘Get Krackin’.
Katie is perhaps most well known for playing Dr Grace Howlett in the beloved ABC comedy series ‘Rosehaven’ which is airing its second season on the ABC and Sundance TV in the USA.
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