Multi award-winning short film director Dean Francis burst onto the feature film stage in 2010 with his debut horror ‘Road Train’ – about a demonic truck with a thirst for blood, roaming the Aussie outback. But Dean didn’t snag that by just sticking his thumb in the air!
AnyCameraWillDo.com is hosting a free industry talk at the Harold Park Hotel in Glebe on December the 11th at 7pm.
We will have presentations by 3 successful Australian Film Makers:
Johan Earl, writer, director & actor of Forbidden Ground.
Simon Morris, cinematographer, recent works include Changing Minds on the ABC.
Kiah Roache-Turner & Tim Nagle, the Director and DOP from Wyrmwood!!
Come and join us for a drink and hear what these amazing film makers have to say. There will be questions and discussion afterwards.
Great opportunity for networking and inspiration! Should be good fun. Also its FREE!!
AND!!! Lemac have given us a $500 rental voucher to give away! So we will be giving that away to a lucky attendee.
Click on the Facebook link on the right and join the Event on Facebook!!!
Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook while your at it
Lemac have given us a $500 Lemac Rental Voucher to give away on the night.
Super thanks to Lemac for giving us such an awesome gift to give away. We will be giving it away on the night at the end so make sure you are there!!!
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