Introductory Film & TV Courses
If you’ve always wanted to work in the Film or Television industry but don’t know where to start we have a range of introductory courses across the country to help you get up to speed.
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCING
What does a Producer do? This introductory, one-day course for emerging producers with Martin Brown, producer of Moulin Rouge and co-producer of Romeo+Juliet, will explain the roles and workflow of a producer and explore the most effective ways to produce film projects.
20 April Sydney / 25 May Perth / 13 July Hobart
AN INTRODUCTION TO TELEVISION
This one-day seminar will give you a good insight into the structure of the TV Industry today, and explain the different production models and jobs within the industry. You’ll get some hints for “where to start” and “how to progress” your career.
25 May Brisbane / 15 June Sydney
INTRODUCTION TO FILM AND TELEVISION CO-PRODUCTION
Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominated Producer Martin Brown (Romeo+Juliet, Moulin Rouge!) will guide the class through the creative and administrative hurdles (and rewards) many filmmakers face when working with international partners.
INTRO TO AFTER EFFECTS FOR BROADCAST GRAPHICS
This two-day course provides a detailed introduction to desktop compositing for broadcast using Adobe After Effects CS5.5. After Effects is the most commonly used graphics program in Australia for the preparation of broadcast design/graphics in TV.
22 – 23 JUNE
INTRODUCTION TO TELEVISION DRAMA
Introduction to Television Drama is a rare opportunity to hear one of the best in the industry talk about their craft as Andrew Knight (Full Frontal, Fast Forward, The Fast Lane, D-Generation, After the Deluge, My Brother Jack and Rake) discusses why developing character and attending to ideas underpinning a script requires greater attention than structure.
14 July Melbourne
INTRO TO DIRECTING TVC'S
This two-day course will give aspiring TVC directors inside knowledge of the Industry and a good understanding of the skills required to have a career as a TVC Director.
27 – 28 July
Book 28 days in advance to receive a 10% Early Bird discount!