Screen 2030: Extended Interviews – Episode Two: Sandy George

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In this episode Sandy George (Presenter, SBS Film; Australian Correspondent and Screendaily.com and freelance – Journalist – Writer – Researcher, MC for Hire) responds to the big question: What will the screen industry look like in 2030 and will a creative screen career pay the rent?

“What worries me the most is whether Australian films and TV are going to survive in the new world, when we have more access to content from around the world with less filters on things.”

“Screen 2030: Making My Content Pay” and the “Screen 2030:Extended Interviews” series was produced by Metro Screen’s Digital Kitchen program funded by Screen NSW and launched in Sydney at VIVID IDEAS 2014.

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The documentary and eight part extended interviews series can be viewed here.

Produced by Metro Screen’s Digital Kitchen
Financed in association with Screen New South Wales
©Metro Screen 2014