October 6, 2014 Leave a comment
Press – Screenhub review of my AIDC DocWeek session on The Art of Perseverance in documentary film making
March 10, 2014 Leave a comment
It’s my final year of my Masters in Screen Arts and Business from AFTRS (the Australian Film Television and Radio School), which of course means thesis. I am investigating The Art of Perseverance in Australian feature film making.
I formally launched the thesis as a panel session at the Australian International Documentary Conference in Adelaide. AIDC CEO Joost den Hartog is a fellow student and kindly gave me a slot, and organised for three phenomenally talented and persevering filmmakers (Gracie Otto, Marshall Curry and Jakeb Anvhu) to be interviewed by me.
Having said that, if you are in the film industry and not using ScreenHub, you shouldn’t be in the industry. Subscribe here!
AIDC 2014: The art of perseverance in documentary filmmaking
By Anne Richey
Screen Hub Monday 10 March, 2014
Three makers, three different worlds. All driven by deep perseverance, and the clever use of available resources. Moderator and multimedia maker Nick Bolton has been patiently researching perseverance for his AFTRS Masters thesis in Screen Arts and Business.
January 29, 2014 Leave a comment
Six top tips at 6pm.
SIX@SIX the free, networking event for technology marketing professionals in Sydney is back.
No 1 Amazon.com best selling author Robert Coorey will be discussing his latest book “Feed a Starving Crowd” and provide six top tips, (and maybe a few more), on the hottest new online marketing strategies proven to work in 2014.
Rob will be signing copies of his book if you wish to buy one.
DATE: Wednesday 12th February 2014
TIME: 5.30pm for 6pm prompt start
VENUE: Level 2, The Angel Bar, 125 Pitt Street, Sydney
TOPIC: Six top tips on the hottest new online marketing strategies proven to work in 2014.
SPONSOR: Free drinks courtesy of E-Web Marketing Group
December 20, 2013 Leave a comment
Got a role on a new Ch9 TV show Inside Story and a segment called Killing in the Family, which involves re-enactments of famous murders. My man John Sharpe spear-gunned his wife, buried her, chopped up his daughter and put her in the waste dump, then exhumed his wife and moved her to the waste dump as well. Nice chap!
Anyway learnt how to fire a spear gun – a skill I hope I never have to use.
December 17, 2013 Leave a comment
And not a lot of people know that…
After playing northern Park Ranger John Clarke in Calendar Girls, I’ve won the role in another classic British underdog film, the part of Ray Say in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice being directed by Christine Firkin for Lane Cove Theatre company. The show runs from April 10th -13th at Riverview. I’ll post more info as its forthcoming.
Here’s a snippet of the film when Ray Say (Michael Caine) hears LV (Little Voice played by Jane Horrocks) for the first time. Gonna be a lot of fun.
November 30, 2013 Leave a comment
Telstra Smarter Business magazine recently commissioned me to write an article on how to get your next big idea funded. I was able to draw on good friends Steve Fanale at App Village, Ian Gardiner at Viocorp and Innovation Bay. As A Pozible Ambassador, I got to know Alan Crabbe at Pozible, and had good chats with Mick Liubinskas at Pollenizer, and Rob Antulov at Venture Advisory
Enjoy the article – There is a nice breakdown of where to go for advice, what questions to ask, characteristics required, and lessons to learn. Good luck!
November 30, 2013 Leave a comment
I recently attended the Screen Forever conference in Melbourne, organised by the newly named Screen Producers Australia (formerly SPAA)
Screen Forever represents the creative, hardworking professionals who make and deliver content for all screens and all kinds of audiences. The Conference is where you can explore the very best of Screen, gain insights, business opportunities, international partnerships and discover what’s on the horizon from leading media and entertainment executives. The Conference is a celebration of the Craft of screen production – for now and always.
Over four days, participants had access to keynotes, interviews, workshops, pitching session and the Awards night. I particularly enjoyed On the Couch sessions with Beau Willimon, the Executive Producer of House of Cards, a one one one with the new CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason.
And it gave me plenty of networking opportunities for my thesis which starts very soon.
October 20, 2013 Leave a comment
Viocorp ran their annual event The Age of Enterprise Video at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Tuesday 1st October 2013.
I was asked again to deliver a session, this time on Developing a Video Strategy Framework, alongside expert speakers from Deloitte, KPMG, RedBull, Melcrum, ANZ, and IOOF.
And view the slides here
The Viocorp Enterprise Communications forum brings together digital leaders from Red Bull, Deloitte, BT Investment Management and the IOOF as well as industry leaders from Akamai and Melcrum to share inspiration, strategic insights and practical advice on successful online video strategies.
From research on why video can be so impactful, to inspirational content development strategies, this forum is designed to help you take advantage of the technology trends that the switched on, mobile organisation offers.
Each presentation will be followed by a Q&A session so you can engage directly with our expert panellists.
Keynote Case Study: Red Bull Stratos – Christie Poulos, Former Head of Content (Moving Image) for Red Bull UK
Employee Engagement: Research on Video Internal Communications – Jonathan Champ, Melcrum
Content marketing: 3 Strategies for Video Content Production
In-house studio – Deloitte
iPhone DIY – BT
Production companies – IOOF
Protecting your IP: Online Video Security – David Habben, Akamai
Developing a Video Strategy Framework – Nick Bolton, TEN ALPHAS