Information + Cultural Exchange, Diversity Arts Australia and Compton School present
PROJECT GREENLIGHT: A Webinar and Pitching Lab
Thursday June 11 – 5:30pm to 7:30pm (Pitchers)
Thursday June 18 – 5:30pm to 7:30pm (Pitchers and audience)
Pitch your project to an audience of peers and get feedback in real time.
Project Greenlight is designed for screen content producers starting out or mid-career practitioners honing their craft. Before you pitch in front of the execs and decision makers, you have to be sure your project has legs.
Project Greenlight is an online community network event presented by Dr David Court and Compton School, where members can pitch their creative projects and, in real time, receive feedback from their peers.
You can register as either a pitcher, or as an audience and active member of our ‘wise crowd.’
Greenlight draws on Dr David Court’s extensive Phd research into the Hollywood system and, in particular, the concept of ‘the wise crowd‘. The Greenlight process can reveal the pure mathematics behind an audience’s instincts in identifying what projects should be made.
I.C.E. and Diversity Arts Australia have drawn on networks of project data to reach out to diverse creatives and audiences to participate and support the development of new work, new stories and new storytellers.
People of diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including First Nations people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with disability.
If you would like more information about Project Greenlight: A Webinar and Pitching Lab, you can get in contact with Barry Gamba at I.C.E. for more details
Produce Perfect is a project of Information + Cultural Exchange presented in partnership with Diversity Arts Australia. Project Greenlight is presented in partnership with Compton School. I.C.E. is supported by Create NSW and Major Government Partner Screen Australia.