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If you live on the Central Coast, have a bit of filmmaking experience and would like to make a 5 minute drama or doco, then sign up for this workshop.

12 October – 16 November  Sundays 10am – 5pm
Deadline for application: 5pm Friday 26 September 2014

We’re looking to put together two filmmaking teams to make a short film each. Tell us what interests you about making films and if you have any particular area of interest (sound, editor, camera operator, writer, director, producer).

Special workshops have been designed to help you develop your drama or doco – and we will provide all the equipment and support that you will need.

We’re focusing on a quality outcome, with the final films to be submitted for screening at Coasties Film Festival on 22-23 November.

Although this is a FREE fun course you will be working towards a professional outcome in your finished project.

Metro Screen is the leading independent screen learning and development hub in NSW, providing support for emerging and professional talent in the Australian screen industry for over 30 years. Metro Screen is working in partnership with Screen NSW to bring you this special film-making opportunity.


Lead Tutor – Phil Moore

Phil currently lectures in Screen and Digital Media at Randwick TAFE and has extensive experience teaching film in schools and colleges. Phil has worked on numerous projects across film, television and online content and has worked in a variety of roles, including DOP, camera operator, editor, producer, sound on many varied drama and documentary projects.  Phil is currently the Creative Director of SeaCup Inc, a filmmaking collective based on the Central Coast.

When

Sunday 12th October
Sunday 19th October
Sunday 26th October
Sunday 2nd November
Sunday 9th November
Sunday 16th November

10am – 5pm on all days

NOTE: Applicants must be available to attend all sessions.
Deadline for applications: 5pm Friday 26 September 2014

Where

RYSS, 123 Donnison Street, Gosford

Who

Up to 12 people from the Central Coast area will be selected to participate in the program. One place will be reserved for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participant.

Want to know more? Contact us by email – and we will get back to you. centralcoastonscreen@metroscreen.org.au

This project has been designed by Metro Screen and fully funded by Screen NSW and was developed in consultation with key cultural stakeholders in the Central Coast area.

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