events and screenings

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.

Course fee Refund Policy
Wide Angle Tasmania’s Refund Policy aims to provide fair and equitable standards for course refunds that suit both Wide Angle and students.  Read more here. 

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 02:00 PM · 8 rsvps
    WAT @ 6 WASHINGTON STREET

    Wildness - Silver Screen

    October Silver Screen is Wildness: Olegas Truchanas and Peter Dombrovskis were perhaps Australia's greatest wilderness photographers. Their work became synonymous with campaigns to protect Tasmania's natural heritage. They shared many things, including a bond that was more like that of father and son. Both came from Baltic Europe and migrated to Tasmania, where their passion for nature became a crusade to save an environment under threat. Both died in the wilderness, doing what they loved, and left a legacy in extraordinary images. Their philosophy was simple and remarkably effective - if people could see the beauty of Australia's wild places then they might be moved to save them.

    Created in 2003

    Directed by Scott Millwood

    Run Time: 55 mins

    Silver Screen is a curated program of iconic and important Australian films screening every month in the comfortable theatre at 6 Washington Street in South Hobart. With support from the City of Hobart, Wide Angle Tasmania presents these films for free to those aged 50 and over.
    It’s a great opportunity for audiences to access Australian film, meet other film lovers and hear from the actors, directors and producers at a post film Q&A.
     

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  • Friday, November 02, 2018 at 05:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    Wide Angle Tasmania

    Friday Freelancer Knock-off Drinks November 2

    Gather for a knock-off drink with Tassie’s screen community from 5pm, the bar will be open til you head for home… or onto your next adventure.

    From 6:00-7:30pm you are invited to join with the Tasmanian screen sector to voice your thoughts on the critical issues facing our sector and opportunities that could be leveraged at the Screen Sector Future Forum.

    Bar prices – non-alcoholic $2, wine/beer $7, spirits $10

    When: From 5pm, Friday November 2

    Where: Wide Angle @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Cost: Free to all

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  • Friday, November 02, 2018 at 06:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    Wide Angle Tasmania

    Screen Sector Future Forum

    You are invited to join with the Tasmanian screen sector to voice your thoughts on the critical issues facing our sector and opportunities that could be leveraged.  Your contribution to the discussion will be used to assist Wide Angle Tasmania to effectively advocate on behalf of Tasmanian screen practitioners and contribute to Wide Angle Tasmania’s 2019 activities and strategic planning.

    The three key questions we’ll canvass on the night are:

    • What are the critical issues currently impacting the Tasmanian screen sector?
    • What are the risks that could impact the sector in the future?
    • What are the major short term, medium and long term opportunities for the sector?

    If you're unable to attend in person please RSVP to register for live stream by providing your email contact to info@wideangle.org.au

    Following the session an online survey will be available to provide more detailed responses to the questions and to propose actions that could be taken individually, collectively and by government to address the issues, risks and opportunities identified. 

  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 02:00 PM
    WAT @ 6 WASHINGTON STREET

    WAT Shorts - Silver Screen

    Silver Screen is a curated program of iconic and important Australian films screening every month in the comfortable theatre at 6 Washington Street in South Hobart. With support from the City of Hobart, Wide Angle Tasmania presents these films for free to those aged 50 and over.

    It’s a great opportunity for audiences to access Australian film, meet other film lovers and hear from the actors, directors and producers at a post film Q&A.
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  • Friday, November 30, 2018 at 05:00 PM
    Wide Angle Tasmania

    Friday Freelancer Knock-off Drinks November 30

    Gather for a knock-off drink with Tassie’s screen community from 5pm, the bar will be open til you head for home… or onto your next adventure.

    Bar prices – non-alcoholic $2, wine/beer $7, spirits $10

    When: From 5pm, Friday November 30

    Where: Wide Angle @ 6 Washington Street, South Hobart

    Cost: Free to all

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  • Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 02:00 PM
    WAT @ 6 WASHINGTON STREET

    Manganinnie - Silver Screen

    Our final Silver Screen will feature Manganinnie;  Joanna (Anna Ralph), a young white girl, is lost in 1830s Tasmania, where she is found by Manganinnie (Mawuyul Yanthalawuy), an aboriginal tribeswoman who was also recently separated from her loved ones. Together, despite a language barrier and vast cultural differences, they move across the country through mountains and wilderness. During their trek, they bond as Manganinnie searches for her lost tribe and Joanna discovers the wonders of her land amid ongoing European colonization.

    Release date: 15 August 1980 (Australia)
    Director: John Honey
    Producer: Gilda Baracchi

    Watch the trailer here.

    Silver Screen is a curated program of iconic and important Australian films screening every month in the comfortable theatre at 6 Washington Street in South Hobart. With support from the City of Hobart, Wide Angle Tasmania presents these films for free to those aged 50 and over.

    It’s a great opportunity for audiences to access Australian film, meet other film lovers and hear from the actors, directors and producers at a post film Q&A.
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