We have been very lucky in securing an Regional Arts Development Fund grant from the Queensland Arts Council and Redland City Council to run a workshop on screenwriting. We are also very grateful for the support of the Redland Arts Council and the Australian Screen Industry Network. It will be conducted by respected University of Queensland lecturer Dr Veny Armanno.
Previous workshops at the Queensland Writers Centre elicited these very positive responses.
- “Happy with the day. Enjoyed Armanno’s experience and his participatory style of workshop”
- “I realised a few things – he really helped the penny drop for me about character”
- “Good mix of humour and information. Great exercises that put a new slant on how to approach a new story idea. He made it seem so much simpler, more clean-cut process.”
The program Dr Armanno offers includes: The Contemporary Screenplay, Telling Stories the Feature Film Way, Writing your Film Treatment, Adapting for the Screen, Writing for Low Budget Film and The Business of being a Screenwriter. Sounds exciting and practical.
Join us on two consecutive Saturdays – September 15 and 22 from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm for this exciting workshop at the Victoria Point Library. With the grant, costs have been minimised and are $60 for the two days with an optional personal script assessment on the 29th for an extra $50 fee (to be paid with your script.)
The workshop will cater to only 25 participants and already there has been great interest; so get in early
Pay $60 by bank transfer or over the counter to the account of : Redlands Arts Council, BSB 638-070, Account No 8904456 (S21 for over the counter transactions) Heritage Bank, Stocklands Cleveland Shopping Centre, 91 Middle, Cleveland QLD 4163
Make sure you include: Your ‘Surname’ and ‘Screenwriting’ as the reference and send an email or text message with the receipt number to: email@example.com or text message to 0422 545251 to let us know you have paid.
The Regional Arts Development Fund is a Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Redland City Council partnership to support local arts and culture.