The Newcastle International Film Festival is hosting a series of free film & TV workshops with some of Australia's leading screen practitioners on Saturday, 7 and Sunday, 8 October at the University of Newcastle Callaghan campus.
All workshops are free, open to all and all are welcome - whether you are a professional filmmaker, student or simply interested in knowing how films and TV shows are made.
The workshops are presented in association with the Australian Writers' Guild, Screen Producers Australia, Australian Screen Editors, Australian Screen Sound Guild, Media Entertainment Arts Alliance, Australian Society of Cinematographers and the Australian Guild of Screen Composers.
We thank the University of Newcastle for their support for the workshops.
TO BOOK: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address
VENUE: All Workshops are being held at The Treehouse, Level 3, Shortland Building (old Student Union) on the main campus at Shortland/Callaghan at the University of Newcastle. It is opposite the University (Huxley) Library and just down from the Great Hall.
A map will be sent to attendees after they have registered. There is plenty of parking and parking is free at weekends.
Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund
An Australian Government Initiative
VENUE: All Workshops are being held at the Treehouse, Level 3, Shortland Building (Student Union) on the main campus at Shortland/Callaghan at the University of Newcastle. It is opposite the University (Huxley) Library and down from the Great Hall.
NIFF thanks the RISE Fund and Screen NSW
for their support for these workshops.