From Idea to Pitch Ready
DUE TO DEMAND, WE HAVE DECIDED TO RUN AN ADDITIONAL MORNING SESSION OF OUR “FROM IDEA TO PITCH READY” WORKSHOP
A practical 3 hour workshop on how to prepare yourself and the key elements that you need to consider before you start pitching your screen project.
Innovative thinker and entrepreneurial leader Kylee Ingram will take you through key considerations for validating your idea, identifying potential buyers and audience, choosing your team and effective communication strategies.
Screenworks Programs and Operations Manager Lisa O’Meara will take you through upcoming screen industry opportunities and how to prepare for them.
Through this workshop you will assess screen project opportunities, begin to prepare materials and documents to attract interest from broadcasters, producers and funding bodies and you will leave with strategies and tools to apply to your production ideas.
From Idea to Pitch Ready is the first workshop in a series of events to help you prepare for the pitching and industry connection opportunities that Screenworks provides including Meet the Broadcaster and representation at Screen Forever.
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Kylee has over fifteen years experience in digital content and television production. Kylee started out in the highly intense environment of Sports programs for IMG a job that took her to all corners of the world going on to then found Australian Documentaries in 2003. During this time Kylee produced ABC’s highest rating factual series Family Confidential. Establishing Elevator Entertainment in 2012 Kylee’s documentaries, games, media programs and storytelling across a range of platforms have seen her win multiple international awards with screenings in over 100 countries, with her interactive projects achieving outstanding international marketplace recognition. Kylee has won a number of international awards, including two nominations at MIPTV Cube’s Interactive Awards (Cannes). Kylee’s speciality is creating audience targeted projects that are designed with a “unique go-to-market” plans and business models.
Early on in Kylee’s career she was keen to bring together her interests and qualifications with the environment and sustainability with her skills she was learning in the field. Using this strategy opened the way for Kylee to produce stories in the Government sector to communicate social and environmental issues, working for companies ranging from the Australian Red Cross, the United Nations Environment Program, the World Wildlife Fund, the University of NSW, and Amnesty International, to the NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water and Catchment Authorities and local councils. Combining these skills enabled Kylee to create advertisements, websites, interstitials, educational videos and factual programs.
Kylee enjoys getting the real buzz of a new project and when she knows and believes that the project is good, then the design, planning and finally the launch of the project to its designed audience.
Lisa O’Meara is the Programs & Communications Manager for Screenworks, as a Marketing and Communications professional she has extensive experience in event management, retail management, product management and arts administration. Lisa has worked internationally across a range of industries including screen, publishing, software and entertainment distribution and Arts Festival management. As a Marketing Executive for Film Australia, Lisa regularly prepared pitch documents for the international sales and distribution of Australian productions.
Lisa is passionate about the creative industries and inspired by the talents and resourcefulness of the creative people she has worked with.
Helping screen content creators bring their stories to life is her current passion.
Screenworks is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW
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Published on July 6, 2018 12:12 am