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. 

  • Wednesday, February 09, 2022 at 03:00 PM

    Films Work 2022 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.

    Expressions of Interest 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.

  • Friday, February 18, 2022 at 05:30 PM

    Friday Freelancer Knock-off Drinks + 'In Conversation' with Molly Reynolds (Director of 'My Name is Gulpilil')

    This months Friday Freelancer we’re excited to present an ‘In Conversation’ with Filmmaker Molly Reynolds, who co-wrote and directed ‘My Name is Gulpilil’. An engaging documentary film about the life of celebrated Australian actor David Gulpilil.

    ‘My Name is Gulpilil’ is now available to stream (free) from ABC iView.

    This ‘In Conversation’ will be hosted by Sharon Connolly who has more than 30 years of diverse experience in the Australian screen sector.

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

    When: Friday 18 February, bar opens 5.30pm, Q & A 6pm to 6.30/7pm
    Where: Wide Angle Screen Centre, 6 Washington St, South Hobart
    Cost: Free, but to comply with COVID Safe capacity numbers RSVPs are essential

    About Molly Reynolds…

    Molly is an Australian producer, screenwriter and director, best known for the 2021 documentary My Name is Gulpilil about acclaimed actor and dancer David Gulpilil. She wrote and directed Another Country in 2015, and co-wrote and co-directed the single-person ShoPaapaa in 2020.  Many of Reynolds' works are on the subject of Indigenous Australians' experience, which began as a "happy accident" as her partner Rolf de Heer began work on the 2006 film Ten Canoes.

    About Sharon Connolly… 

    Sharon has more than 30 years experience in the Australian screen sector as a writer, script editor, director, producer, manager and mentor. She has worked in film, television and digital media, in drama, documentary and educational production. Also, Sharon is currently Deputy Chair on the Wide Angle Board.

    ALL WELCOME!

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