A great turn-out to the info webinar last night - thanks for the questions and enthusiasm! If you missed it - you can check it out here (skip ahead to where we start at 3mins 32).
Next step? To participate in the 3 pre-registration webinars you'll need to complete an EOI this week (it's quick and relatively painless I promise!) http://www.wideangle.org.au/eoi_step-out
We're pretty excited to have Kirsty Stark join the team - working with us on the design of Step-Out Web 17 - and as the lead presenter for the weekly webinars rolling out each Monday at 6pm in September. Welcome Kirsty!
Kirst Stark BIO
Kirsty Stark is a producer at Epic Films in Adelaide. She began her film career in camera department, working with some of Australia’s most prominent directors and DPs on feature films and shorts, before starting to produce.
Kirsty’s producing credits include the post-apocalyptic sci-fi series Wastelander Panda: Exile for ABC iview (director Victoria Cocks), and the Madman Production Company feature film A Month of Sundays (director Matthew Saville). She has recently completed Goober, a short comedy series for ABC iview (directors Brendon Skinner & Simon Williams).
Kirsty’s strength lies in thinking outside standard production methodologies, a skill which led to the innovative online process that brought Wastelander Panda’s two series to life and saw her awarded the Emerging Producer Award at the 2013 SA Screen Awards. She is currently developing several projects across film and television.
Wide Angle Tasmania (WAT) and AFTRS have announced they will collaborate on a new web series training initiative, Step-Out Web 17.
The new program is designed to provide structured development for Tasmanian screen practitioners to acquire audience engagement skills and develop pitch assets for web series projects.
After the development cycle, one team will be selected to produce their web series.Read more