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LAST CHANCE! Tickets for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards close midnight Sunday! awg.com.au/awgies
Screen Australia will support travel costs for up to 10 Australian content creators – producers and/or writers – to attend the International Drama Summit. Eligible Australian content creators may apply for a grant of up to $5,000 towards their travel and registration costs. Applicants must have a key creative credit on at least one drama, comedy or kids series, with priority given to applicants who have international co-production experience or recent international sales.
Nothing is more exciting than seeing a Queensland writer emerging to become one of the most exciting new filmakers the country has seen in recent years. With her new feature film The Butterfly Tree (starring Melissa George and Ben Oxenbould) wowing audiences and critics alike, award-winning Brisbane-based writer-director Priscilla Cameron is poised for great things and ready to share her knowledge, wisdom and experience about screenwriting with AWG Queensland's members and guests. When: Tues 22 August 7.00pm – (come early, speaker begins at 7:30 sharp) Where: The Heritage Lounge, The Waterloo Hotel, Cnr Ann St and Commercial Road, Fortitude Valley Cost: AWG Members $5, Guests $10
Andrew Knight, probably Australia's best screenwriter, talking about the importance of sketch comedy. https://t.co/1PMzLAb4HQRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
Today we're stepping back to 1995 when Roy and HG hosted the AWGIE Awards and Chris Noonan and George Miller won the Major Award for their screenplay about a small pig with a big heart. Click below to watch the Movie Show wrap up of the 1995 AWGIE Awards, and make sure you book your tickets for this year's Awards - sales close midnight Sunday! https://awg.com.au/awgies
A big congratulations to AWG members Dan Giovanonni and Kylie Trounson! https://t.co/Lz7CYKmqP1
Screenwriting Wisdom from the Oscar-Nominated Taylor Sheridan - ScreenCraft https://t.co/wQLfLMIhA1
Listen in to Andrew Knight's interview here
Andrew Knight: A Rake Among Screenwriters https://t.co/T39srZbScp
Congratulations to Pathways writer Ella Roby on being selected for this incredible opportunity! https://t.co/Rmmzby13NIRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
Want to fine tune your pitching skills? Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to workshop your original series or feature film idea into a killer pitch! In this 90 minute session by screenwriter and pitching artist Holly Lyons, you’ll - practice speed pitching - improve your elevator pitch - learn how to create a dazzling one-sheet - discover the essentials you need to include in your two-page pitch document Just bring yourself, an original idea you’re willing to share, and your confidence!
Get Out's Jason Blum: 'Australia has exported some of the great genre film-makers of our time' https://t.co/3yOWstRmha
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) #SocialShorts drama category is now live! Head to www.socialshorts.com.au and support our home-grown filmmakers by watching, voting and sharing your favourite short films.
A big thanks to our 50th Annual AWGIE Awards sponsor South Australian Film Corporation! You can find out more about SAFC, including information on funding, support and filming in South Australia, on their website here: http://www.safilm.com.au
Some Friday afternoon reading courtesy of Vince Gilligan and Series Mania.
A big thanks to the team over at Matchbox Pictures for sponsoring the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards! You can find out more about Matchbox Pictures and their fantastic projects, including AWGIE nominated Seven Types of Ambiguity, The Family Law, Glitch and last year's AWGIE Award winning Barracuda and Ali's Wedding, over at their shiny new website: https://www.matchboxpictures.com
See some of Australia’s top short films with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) (AACTA)’s #SocialShorts competition. The comedy category is now open, so head to www.socialshorts.com.au to watch, vote and share your favourite short films. PLUS just by voting you can also enter the draw to win a double pass to the 7th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel (including flights and accommodation).
A big congratulations to AWG members Leah Purcell and Kate Mulvany on their 2017 Helpmann Award wins! Leah Purcell and The Drover's Wife are also up for nomination for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards.
Don't miss your chance to be part of the magic as we celebrate 50 years of AWGIE Awards! #2017AWGIES Make sure you book your ticket on the AWG website - https://awg.com.au/view/event/the-50th-annual-awgie-awards/