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Bus Stop Films and Write Night (AWG) are hosting a free event aiming to help screenwriters craft authentic characters with a disability, confidently. To have a diverse film and TV landscape we need to give writers the tools and confidence to write diverse and authentic stories!
Join us for an illuminating keynote by the Guardian’s film critic, Luke Buckmaster on the representation of disability in Australian Cinema, followed by a panel discussion with esteemed filmmakers Daniel Monks, Emily Dash, disability arts veteran Alison Richardson and Creative Director of Robot Army Ryan Chamley . Hosted by Genevieve Clay-Smith, Co-Founder of Bus Stop Films and 2015 NSW Young Australian of the year.
Should you have any accessibility needs, please contact us a week prior to the event to so we can arrange.
When: Thursday 28 September 2017, 6pm to 8.30pm
Where: AFTRS Main Theatre, AFTRS, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
Tickets: Free event
Refreshments and nibbles provided