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This week join Annie Venables as she discusses the qualities and skills of a production manager. Annie Venables has worked as a freelance producer, line-producer and production manager in the film and TV industry for 30 years, both in the UK and Australia. She has worked with some of Australia’s best production companies, filmed all over the world and across a range of formats: documentary, docu-drama, TV series and feature films.
Annie’s recent producer credits include: “Cannery Stories” - a series of mini-documentaries about the history of the Cygnet Cannery and Huon Valley apple industry as seen through the eyes of ex-employees, “Bespoke” –An irreverent but thought-provoking look at the rise of the hand-made. (Documentary series ABC Artscape, 3 x 30), "The Farmer’s Cinematheque"- 1x 54 min documentary – that interprets an archive of films about farming, filming and connection to land. (Selected Adelaide Film Festival ) ) "Making Dust" – a rock musical theatre show about asbestos poisoning (Documentary: ABC Artscape). Other credits include “Death or Liberty”- a 2 x 1 hr Co-Pro Docudrama that tells the story of 5 political prisoners transported to Australia ( TX ABC – Line Producer); “Sisters” A mini documentary series for the Australian Pavilion, World Expo Shanghai telling stories of 21 inspirational women from Australia and China who through their work are making the world a more sustainable place (Producer/Director) and “The Ice Maiden Expedition” – a 1hr documentary about 4 middle aged mums who fed up with the daily grind decide to trek to the South Pole. (Russian Documentary Channel – Producer/Director).
‘Supported by Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development program’
Hobart, TAS 7000
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