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.

Our screening calendar is now separate! Click here for more information.

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. 

  • Monday, June 01, 2020 at 04:00 PM
    By Video conference in Hobart, Australia

    WAT Screen Meet-Up - Vicki Madden

    Wide Angle Tasmania is bringing our screen community together every Monday at 4pm.  Join us from your own place (via Zoom video conference) to meet some of Tassie’s finest creatives, crew and screen business owners.  You’ll gain an insight to the work they do and have a chance to dig deeper with your own questions.  Stay connected and develop your networks! Register in advance for this meeting here.

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    This week join Vicki Madden as she explores why an idea isn’t just enough...  

    Victoria Madden is a Producer, Writer and Showrunner with over 25 years experience in the television industry both in Australia and overseas.   She has worked as Writer and Showrunner on such shows as Halifax fp (Aust) The Bill, (UK), Trial & Retribution (UK) The Clinic (Ireland), Water Rats (Aust) and K9 (UK) to name a few.  She was also the writer of Blood Brothers, a 90-minute true crime telemovie for the 9 Network and Playmaker media. 

    Vicki runs her own Production Company, Sweet Potato Films, a small boutique film and TV company in Tasmania, her home state, and co-created, co-produced and wrote the critically acclaimed TV series, The Kettering Incident and followed recently by The Gloaming

    ‘Supported by Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development program’

  • Monday, June 15, 2020 at 04:00 PM
    By Video conference in Hobart, Australia

    WAT Screen Meet-Up - Molly Reynolds

    Wide Angle Tasmania is bringing our screen community together every Monday at 4pm.  Join us from your own place (via Zoom video conference) to meet some of Tassie’s finest creatives, crew and screen business owners.  You’ll gain an insight to the work they do and have a chance to dig deeper with your own questions.  Stay connected and develop your networks! Register in advance for this meeting here.

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    This week join Molly Reynolds who will be talking about her foray into virtual reality including the technical, logistical and conceptual challenges involved. Virtual Reality is only for the brave! 

    Molly is a film-maker who works on all screens including Virtual Reality. In 2018 she co-created The Waiting Room, a seven minute work which was a first in delivering VR without the headset (for the Adelaide Film Festival and Samstag Museum). In 2019, The Waiting Room was the feature VR presentation at Melbourne International Film Festival where it played on headsets to collective audiences.  

    ‘Supported by Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development program’

  • Monday, June 22, 2020 at 04:00 PM
    By Video conference in Hobart, Australia

    WAT Screen Meet-UP - Lisa Gormley

    Wide Angle Tasmania is bringing our screen community together every Monday at 4pm.  Join us from your own place (via Zoom video conference) to meet some of Tassie’s finest creatives, crew and screen business owners.  You’ll gain an insight to the work they do and have a chance to dig deeper with your own questions.  Stay connected and develop your networks! Register in advance for this meeting here.

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    This week join Lisa Gormley who will talk about working with actors for screen.  

    Lisa Gormley, Casting Director of TasCasting, comes to the table with 12 years as a professional actor and acting teacher. Lisa works with students of all ages behind the camera and on the stage.

     

    ‘Supported by Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development program’

  • Monday, June 29, 2020 at 04:00 PM
    By Video conference in Hobart, Australia

    WAT Screen Meet-Up - Paul Moran

    Wide Angle Tasmania is bringing our screen community together every Monday at 4pm.  Join us from your own place (via Zoom video conference) to meet some of Tassie’s finest creatives, crew and screen business owners.  You’ll gain an insight to the work they do and have a chance to dig deeper with your own questions.  Stay connected and develop your networks! Register in advance for this meeting here.

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    This week join Paul Moran who will discuss the process of developing, financing, producing and distributing the animated webseries Moments of Clarity.

    Paul Moran is a Scottish creative producer living in Northwest Tasmania. Holding a BA(Hons) in filmmaking & screenwriting Paul produced several award-winning and internationally screened short films. Following this Paul secured Screen Australia Enterprise funding and has been working as a creative producer with Blue Rocket Productions/Electric Yak, being mentored by the company's principals. During this time Paul has worked as an associate producer on Dumbotz (Nine Network) and has produced short documentary Sidelines (SBS) and most recently, animated comedy web-series, Moments of Clarity. Recognised as one of Screen Producers Australia's Ones to Watch; Paul is currently developing several projects for various platforms.

    ‘Supported by Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development program’

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