25th June
6pm – 7:30pm

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Attracting attention to your screen project takes more than just a great idea.  Whether you’re seeking creative collaborators, funding, broadcast interest or distribution, the presentation of your project is crucial.

In this 90 minute webinar, the Creative Director of Carnival Studios, Jeremy Hopkins will give a detailed break down of what it takes to create a knockout pitch document.

With over 17 years experience in the design business, Carnival Studios is one of the most respected servicing the film and television industry. They are a creative studio who’s offerings include brochure design services and they have a range of impressive clients. Whether it’s a Hollywood blockbuster, a breakout documentary or an independent feature film, Carnival Studios have brought their passion and expertise to create a unique voice for a diverse range of projects including Ride Like A Girl, The Nightingale, Ladies in Black and Sweet Country, just to name a few

Jeremy Hopkins will take you through strategies for understanding positioning and market potential for your screen project, key elements for an effective pitch document and the crucial steps to producing a pitch document including:

  • knowing your product
  • briefing to get the right promotional materials
  • costing
  • asset gathering
  • layout and design
  • the top tips for working with a designer

The information shared in this webinar will provide you with strategies for working with a creative studio to get the results you need as well strategies for creating your own pitch document.

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Jeremy ‘Demi’ Hopkins is a passionate Art Director with 25 years experience in entertainment and publication design.

Founding Carnival Studio in 2002, Demi has focused on building Australia’s premiere creative agency for entertainment marketing, servicing major film studios (including Sony Pictures, StudioCanal and Transmission Films) and independent producers – to develop creative for Australian and international campaigns across key art development, print / digital advertising and social media.

He has designed original key art for many Australian films including Ladies in Black, Mystery Road , Goldstone, Ride Like a Girl, Dirt Music, Sweet Country and I Am Woman – and is a passionate advocate for Australian film and helping filmmakers to develop world class marketing.


This event is made possible with funding and support from Carnival Studios, Screen Tasmania, Create NSW and Southern Cross University.

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