A workshop for directors presented by Script to Screen & SDGNZ

Dunedin Festival of Film & Television Craft
3 April 2011,
9am – 12noon, The Church Cinema, Cafe and Bar, 50 Dundas Street, North Dunedin
Cost: $20 / $15 (Students & SDGNZ members)

There are still places available for this workshop and it may be possible to pay at the door.  Text Esther on 027 367 8595 to book a place.

Direct from the trenches of his 3rd South Island feature Two Little Boys, Robert Sarkies believes preparation is the key to keeping your vision intact once you are faced with the realities of production.

This workshop will cover his process in preparing for his most recent shoot including script prep, visual prep and creating a rehearsal plan.  A workshop full of practical examples and survival tips from someone who has just been there.

ABOUT ROB

Filmmaker Rob Sarkies is the acclaimed director of Out of the Blue and Scarfies. He is a working NZ filmmaker and a proven speaker who has hosted many inspiring talks and short courses. Rob is currently in post-production on his latest film Two Little Boys.

There are still places available for this workshop and it may be possible to pay at the door.  Text Esther on 027 367 8595 to book a place.

Please call Esther or Emma at Script to Screen on 09 360 5400 with any queries.

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