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Ticketed Events

MIFF 37South & Accelerator - public access ticketed events

Do Bette Davis, Breaking Bad, Fred Astaire and House of Cards 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!

 

For a postcard detailing 2015 public access ticketed events from MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator, click here

 

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


ADRIAN WOOTTON TALKS HOLLYWOOD LEGENDS

Presented by MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator, former London Film Festival Director Adrian Wootton returns exclusively to Melbourne for more of his acclaimed Illustrated Film Talks - this year focusing on Hollywood's Golden Age and four of its legendary personalities.

Each lecture is $15 (MIFF passes not valid). Details athttp://miffindustry.com/adrian-wootton15 

FRED ASTAIRE: Tapping from Top Hat to living colour

DAVID NIVEN: Blighty’s Hollywood star

JOHN HUSTON: American Cinema Giant

BETTE DAVIS: Tinsel-town’s Feisty Grand Dame

  

WENDALL THOMAS TALKS SCRIPTS

Presented by MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator, celebrated LA-based developer, writer and lecturer Wendall Thomas returns exclusively to Melbourne for more of her popular series unlocking the secrets of film writing with a series of four stand-alone all-day seminars.

All tickets $90 per seminar (MIFF passes not valid). Details at: http://miffindustry.com/wendall-thomas15

GENRE: BLACK COMEDY & SATIRE - How low can you go?

CHARACTER: PROTAGONIST UNBOUND - Creating memorable central characters

STORY & STRUCTURE: THE CRUCIAL THIRD ACT

WRITING GREAT ONE-HOUR TV PILOTS: The West Wing to True Detective


ACTING MASTER-CLASS: KERRY FOX

Fresh from working together on the MIFF Premiere Fund-supported Downriver, writer/director Grant Scicluna and actress Kerry Fox (An Angel at my Table, Shallow Grave, Intimacy) explore the unique relationship and the dynamics between an actor and director. Presented by MIFF Accelerator, the session explores how actors choose their roles and collaborate with directors and how directors gain the trust and openness of the actor.

Details at: http://miffindustry.com/acting-masterclass15

 

COMPOSING: DAVID HIRSCHFELDER

Presented by MIFF Accelerator, the art and intricacies of film score composing are explored with acclaimed composer David Hirschfelder, whose credits include Shine, Elizabeth, Strictly Ballroom, The Water Diviner and, most recently, the adaptation of Rosalie Ham’s novel The Dressmaker.    

Details at: http://miffindustry.com/composing

 

EDITING MASTERCLASS: MARK ATKIN

Presented by MIFF Accelerator in association with Australian Screen Editors, the art of film editing is explored with editor Mark Atkin who edited MIFF 2015 Opening Night film Force of Destiny by Paul Cox. Atkin's other editing credits The Slap, Nowhere Boys, Strange Birds in Paradise: A West Papuan Story and John Safran vs God.

Details at: http://miffindustry.com/editing-masterclass15

 

CINEMATOGRAPHY: REALISING VISION

Presented by MIFF Accelerator, the secrets of cinematography are explored with cinematographer Laszlo Baranyai and writer/ director Grant Scicluna of MIFF Premiere Fund-supported Downriver, which world premieres at MIFF 2015. 

Details at: http://miffindustry.com/cinematography

 

PRODUCTION DESIGN: CREATING WORLDS

Fresh from working together on the MIFF Premiere Fund-supported Downriver, Production Designer Penny Southgate (whose other credits include Lake Mungo, and TV Kath and Kim and Offspring) and writer/director Grant Scicluna (whose other credits include Berlin International Film Festival-selected award-winning short The Wilding) explore in this MIFF Accelerator session how production designers collaborate with directors to bring the world of the film to life.

Details at: http://miffindustry.com/production-design