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Hobart Xmas Party + Q&A and Screening with Matthew Cormack

WHERE
The Old Woolstore Hotel, 1 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
WHEN
15/12/2017 6:30 PM - 15/12/2017 9:30 PM

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It’s the end of the year and what better way to celebrate the season than with Xmas drinks and comedy?

Vicki Madden will be chatting all things comedy with Matthew Cormack, one of the minds behind the series F*!#ing Adelaide, which premiered earlier this year at Adelaide Film Festival. We’ll also be screening the first episode of the series. So join us at The Old Woolstore Hotel for drinks and to catch up with friends at the final Tasmanian member event of 2017.

Bring your Xmas cheer and get ready to laugh!

When: Friday 15 December 2017, 6.30pm for drinks at the Baar Bar (inside the hotel) with the Q&A starting from 7pm

Where: The Old Woolstore Hotel, 1 Macquarie St, Hobart

Free entry to all with drinks available at the bar.


Matthew is an AWGIE winning and AACTA nominated screenwriter. His writing credits include feature film 52 Tuesdays (Crystal Bear at Berlinale Film Festival, AWGIE Award for Original Screenplay), episodic series F*!#ing Adelaide for ABC, the award-winning short film My Last Ten Hours with You, as well as co-creator of transmedia project My 52 Tuesdays.

For the last 9 years, Matthew has also worked in development, production, and sales with Adelaide-based Closer Productions across such projects as feature documentaries Shut Up Little Man! An Audio MisadventureLife in Movement and Sam Klemke’s Time Machine, and hybrid doco/drama I Want to Dance Better at Parties.

This event is supported by the Tasmanian Government
through Screen Tasmania


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