DEGNZ is excited to present a workshop with director Rob Sarkies for South Island-based directors on November 28 – 29. Rob will outline his process and encourage participants to develop processes specific to them.
About Rob Sarkies
Wellington-based, but a South Islander at heart, Rob works across feature films, series television and commercials. His work includes acclaimed feature Out of the Blue about the Aramoana shootings, Consent based on Louise Nicholas’s fight for justice, Jean about aviator Jean Batten, black-buddy-comedy Two Little Boys, Wanted, The Gulf and NZ classic Scarfies.
Process! Process! Process!
This will be a practical workshop that will take participants through Rob’s film-making process from development to shoot and examine how process can be adapted from project to project.
The workshop will cover:
- Development process (how to avoid ‘development hell’ or at least ensure your project comes out the better at the end of it)
- Process leading to production (script prep, visual prep, storyboards, casting process)
- Pre-Production (rehearsal process, binding your collaborators to the same vision)
- Practical process on set (scene blocking, working with cast, working with your DP)
A workshop full of practical hints to help you control the beast of a feature film rather than having it control you.
Saturday 28 November 2020, 9am – 5pm
Sunday 29 November 2020, 9am – 4pm
In Christchurch – venue TBC
And virtually on Zoom Meetings for those who cannot attend physically. Virtual participants will be able to interact with the tutor and moderator.
DEGNZ member – Free
Non-member attending Christchurch – $110*
Non-member attending Zoom – $80*
Lunch and refreshments provided for participants attending Christchurch.
*Discounted due to COVID-19. Normal Regional price $145
The Guild invites directors based in the South Island to apply as there are limited spaces. Applicants should, ideally, have at least some directing experience on a short film/in other screen content OR production/crew experience. If you have a question, please get in touch.
STEP 1: Complete the application form below.
STEP 2: Send in one PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Your filmography with a short bio or CV, and
- a brief, maximum 1-page letter that tells us why you would like to participate and what you hope to gain from the workshop.
Application Deadline: 1PM, Monday 16 November 2020
Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
This initiative is brought to you with the generous support of the New Zealand Film Commission.
Supported by Screen CanterburyNZ
Last updated on 23 October 2020