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2018 Ticketed Events

MIFF 37°South & Accelerator Lab - public access ticketed events

Do Audrey Hepburn, Goodfellas, Marlon Brando and Lady Bird have anything in common? Attend the events listed here and find out! Organized by the Industry Programs Unit of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), these public-access ticketed events are for you - whether you are a film or media student; an aspiring or existing screenwriter, editor, director or producer; a film aficionado or just curious!

 

To go directly to the ticketing website for these events, click here


For a postcard detailing 2018 public access ticketed events from MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator LabCOMING SOON


ADRIAN WOOTTON TALKS TINSELTOWN TRAILBLAZERS 

Presented by MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator Lab, Adrian Wootton OBE returns exclusively to Melbourne with more of his acclaimed Illustrated Film Talks this year focusing on the end of Hollywood’s Golden Age and four legendary performers who each broke the mould and not only achieved worldwide fame but also altered the course of film history.

Details here.

Each lecture is $15 

SIDNEY POITIER: Breaking Barriers

MARLON BRANDO: Bad Boy & Activist

AUDREY HEPBURN: Style Icon to Humanitarian

TONY CURTIS: Screen Legend to Painter

 
 

WENDALL THOMAS TALKS SCRIPTS

Presented by MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator Lab, celebrated LA-based developer, writer and UCLA lecturer Wendall Thomas, who has written and developed projects for Disney, Warner Brothers, Showtime, PBS, A&E and NBC, returns exclusively to Melbourne for more of her hugely-popular series unlocking the secrets of screenwriting with a series of four stand-alone all-day seminars.


Details here.

All tickets $90 per seminar (MIFF passes not valid).

CHARACTER: Five elements for great screen chemistry

SPOTLIGHT: LADY BIRD: Indie to Oscars

DIALOGUE: Unlocking the magic of voice-over

STRUCTURE: Mastering the dreaded second act