Produce Perfect (2018) - Information & Cultural Exchange

Produce Perfect (2018)

PRODUCE PERFECT 2018 is an 8-week intensive skills development workshop program for emerging Western Sydney screen content producers. The program is designed to assist local screen creatives to reach the next step in their careers.

I.C.E is seeking enthusiastic and motivated filmmakers based in the Western Sydney region who are serious about pursuing a career in screen content producing.

The workshop program will include guest speakers and facilitators who are experienced screen industry professionals sharing their knowledge and insights for creating a viable screen business in Western Sydney.

The workshop program covers:

  • Creating and Selling Your Screen Business- Managing IP and Legal Essentials
  • Project Acquisition, Development and Marketing
  • Industry and Advocacy
  • Finance Plans and Budgets
  • Pitching

The workshop schedule consists of eight 2.5 hour sessions, valued at $1,500 per session.
Sessions will be on Thursdays from 5.30pm – 8pm, February 15,22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5.
Up to 12 participants will be selected to attend free of charge. Selection of participants will be based on the completed Expression of Interest Form.

I.C.E. supports screen sector diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds, the LGBTQI community, and people with disability.

To be considered for PRODUCE PERFECT 2018 please complete the Expression of Interest Form by Monday 29 January 2018.


Read more about the Produce Perfect program and its Alumni via the I.C.E. Blog:

If you would like more information about Produce Perfect (2018), you can get in contact with Barry Gamba at ICE for more details
Barry Gamba
Producer, Screen Cultures
[email protected]
02 8821 9158

PRODUCE PERFECT 2018 is a project of Information & Cultural Exchange (I.C.E.) presented in strategic partnership with Australian Film, Television & Radio School (AFTRS) and Screen Producers Australia (SPA).

This project also receives funding from Create NSW. Principal sponsor Screen Australia.

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