Finding your perfect match: Relationship between the director and cinematographer
The relationship between the Director and the Cinematographer has often been likened to a creative 'marriage'. Like any successful relationship it takes commitment, respect, trust and understanding. This forum will explore some of the traits essential for successful creative collaborations, as well as techniques to get the best out of each other. Featuring collaborators Natasha Pincus and Warwick Field. Moderated by Victoria Goodyear.
Presented by Australian Directors Guild and Australian Cinematographers Society
Under the covers of the Director/Editor relationship
Director Martin Scorsese and Editor Thelma Schoonmaker
Director Steven Spielberg and Editor Michael Kahn
Director Clint Eastwood and Editor Joel Cox
Director Francis Ford Coppola and Editor Walter Murch
These Director/Editor couples have been together for more than thirty years and have produced some of the most memorable films in cinema history. What is it that makes a Director/Editor relationship so enduring? What is the glue that binds them, who really holds the sharpened scissors and what does go on in the dim light of the edit suite?
Join us in a forum discussion lead by Director James Bogle (In The Winter Dark, Closed For Winter), Director Franco di Chiera (Big Mamma's Boy), Editor Meredith Watson Jeffrey (Blame, The Shark Net), Editor Lawrie Silvestrin ASE (Serangoon Road)
Saturday 18th May 2013Download event PDF
4pm to 6pm
266 William Street
In conversation with Garth Davis
In 2012 Garth Davis co-directed the chilling six hour mini series TOP OF THE LAKE with Jane Campion, which has received overwhelmingly positive reviews.
Garth’s drama experience also includes the highly acclaimed series LOVE MY WAY, and his short film ALICE received the Dendy Award. Garth's commercials are some of the most memorable and acknowledged. His experience encompasses many international and local productions and his work has been recognised around the world.
Join us to discover Garth Davis’s journey from directing highly successful commercials into toprating drama.
Wednesday 15 May 2013Download event PDF
7.00pm - 9.00pm
Victorian College of the Arts
234 St Kilda Road, Southbank
Entrance via Grant St (Tram stop 17)
ADG Members FREE
Current VCA Students FREE, All Other Students $5
Actor phobia: The 5 day cure
A five day introduction to directing actors in film and television with Stephen WallaceDownload workshop PDF
Workshop with Tom Zubrycki
Directing & producing workshop.Download workshop PDF