SCREENWORKS DEVELOPMENT CLINIC 26 MAY 2015

Take your film, television or digital media project to the next level with a Screenworks Development Clinic.

Get advice on how to prepare your content for pitching to attract funding or a producer.

Development Clinics are an opportunity for emerging or professional producers, writers, content creators and filmmakers to book a consultation with an industry professional to get advice with developing their concept or production.

Appointments are confidential, conducted on a one-on-one basis and of one-hour duration. Participants are encouraged to email any possible briefing material in advance in order to maximise the consultation opportunity.

Several projects which have been brought to previous clinics have gone on to achieve funding and production – take the leap!

Writer, director, script editor and producer Charlie de Salis is the clinic consultant for the next Screenworks Development Clinic. With his extensive experience he is able to provide professional advice across many genres and formats. Charlie has credits in documentary, feature films, short films, television drama, television commercials and high end corporate production (see Charlies short biog below).

Duration: 1 Hour
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Email your request to: [email protected]
or Call: (02) 6687-1599

For confirmed bookings, you can pay by Electronic Funds Transfer / cheque / cash – please contact the Screenworks office on (02) 6687 1599.

Next Clinic:
TUESDAY 26 MAY 2015
Screenworks Office, Bangalow

CHARLIE DE SALIS BIOGCharlie
Charlie is an experienced writer, director, script editor, producer and screen content creator with credits in documentary, feature films, short films, television drama, television commercials and high end corporate production. He has script edited or consulted on 3 produced feature films (Undertow, Bad Karma and Deception) and a telemovie (Cliffy), as well a number of projects in development.

Charlie is a project assessor for Screen Queensland and Screen Tasmania, and has completed the professional benchmark Arista residential script development workshop and Script Factory development workshops, with funding from Screen Australia. He has worked as screenwriting, producing and directing mentor for Queensland screen agency Qpix, and has mentored short film projects for Northern Rivers Screenworks.
As a drama writer Charlie has had three short films and three television plays produced for the screen, and is currently developing a television series. His short films have screened at numerous international festivals, including Venice, Cannes and Melbourne. In the factual arena, he recently completed writing and consulting on the feature documentary Show Me The Magic and the 3D Imax feature documentary Last Of The Great Apes.

Published on May 5, 2015 6:10 am