Upcoming events

Wide Angle Tasmania provides a range of training courses, workshops, seminars and masterclasses designed to assist you enter the screen industry, extend your skills or consolidate your practice.  We also provide information here about workshops, masterclasses and courses that may be of interest to those wanting to improve their craft and business skills in the screen sector.

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  • Friday, July 01, 2022 at 05:30 PM · 13 rsvps

    Screen Freelancer Knock-off Drinks + 'In Conversation' with Andy Walker

    Andy Walker has been a Producer in the film and television industry for many years creating drama and narrative comedy for Australian and international audiences.

    At this casual event we'll hear from Andy about his career and experience as a major producer in the Australian screen sector. This is certain to be an insightful and engaging conversation especially for those who work in the screen industry or aspire to.

    Andy has brought to Tassie various television series' over the years, and he has engaged local crew and talent in each one. These include Rosehaven (5 seasons!), The Kettering Incident, and currently in post-production - Deadloch (not to mention a further extensive list of productions he's made ‘on the mainland’).

    All welcome!  Non-alcoholic drinks and wine/beer/cider will be available to purchase.

    Bar prices - non-alcoholic $2.50, wine/beer/cider $7.50, spirits $10. EFTPOS payments preferred.

    When: Friday 1 July, bar opens 5.30pm, ‘In Conversation’ starts 6pm and runs to about 7pm
    Where: Wide Angle Screen Centre, 6 Washington St, South Hobart
    Cost: Free to attend


    Andy Walker has produced over 125 hours of drama and narrative comedy for Australian and international audiences – most recently SPREADSHEET (Northern Pictures/Paramount+) , Season 2 of FIVE BEDROOMS (Hoodlum/Paramount+) and all five seasons of Celia Pacquola & Luke McGregor’s hit comedy series ROSEHAVEN (Guesswork Television/ABC-TV).  Walker was also the Casting Director for ROSEHAVEN.  His drama and comedy credits include TRUE STORY WITH HAMISH & ANDY (Radio Karate/Nine Network), Season 1 of WANTED (Matchbox Pictures/Seven Network) and Anne Edmonds’ THE EDGE OF THE BUSH (Guesswork Television/ABC-TV).  Walker co-produced Seasons 1 and 2 of THE FAMILY LAW (Matchbox Pictures/SBS) and was one of the producers of the multi-award winning THE KETTERING INCIDENT (Porchlight Films/FOXTEL/BBC Worldwide).  Other credits as Producer include drama series WONDERLAND and MR & MRS MURDER (both for FremantleMedia/Network TEN) and SATISFACTION (LoneHand/FOXTEL).  Narrative comedy credits include A MOODY CHRISTMAS (Jungle/ABC-TV), LAID Season 2 (Porchlight Films/ABC-TV) and WOODLEY (Guesswork Television/ABC-TV).  He is currently producing 8 x 1 hour comedy-mystery series DEADLOCH (Guesswork Television/Amazon Prime) in Tasmania.  He loves Tasmania.

  • Friday, July 08, 2022 at 10:00 AM · 1 rsvp
    Wide Angle Tasmania in South Hobart, Australia

    Making Films That Sell! (And How to Build a Company around that)

    Steve Jaggi and his executive team - Sophie Tilson, Kelly Son Hing and Kylie Pascoe - will present a session on developing commercial feature film concepts, followed by a Q&A.
    The session will be focused on developing commercial feature film concepts that can be sold in both national and international markets. Tasmanian writers, directors and producers are invited to attend this morning session. The presentation will run for roughly 40 minutes followed by a 40-minute Q&A.
    Based in Queensland, Australia, The Steve Jaggi Company (SJc) is dedicated to developing, producing and financing quality commercial feature films and series. Productions include features such as This Little Love of Mine, Romance on the Menu, Chocolate Oyster and Back of the Net, as well as the television series Dive Club.
    Are you a Tasmanian writer? Subsequent to this information session, Steve Jaggi’s development team will consider two-page pitches from Tasmanian writers with a view to working with at least one Tasmanian writer and developing a Tasmanian feature film project.
    If you are interested in the opportunity to have your feature film project considered by the Steve Jaggi Company, come along to Wide Angle Tasmania on Friday July 8 2022 at 10.00am for a short session and Q&A.

    This is a Screen Tasmania and Wide Angle Tasmania event.