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Local film and TV industry powerhouse Screenworks has announced a free forum and development lab in Byron Bay next month.

Screenworks is inviting interested regional NSW producers, content creators and filmmakers to submit film, television and online production concepts for consideration for the three-day Regional to Global Screen Forum and Development Lab, running from 7 to 10 September.

A panel will select nine of the submissions for mentoring by some of Australia’s top producers. They will receive advice on developing production concepts and recommendations on business models and finance plans for national and international funding. Deadline for applications is 9am 16 August.

As part of the Regional to Global Screen event there is also a free one-day forum to be held on Friday 7 September at the Byron Bay Community Centre with places for up to 110 screen practitioners.

Details and registrations are on Screenworks website www.screenworks.com.au.

 


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