Posted Monday 05 Sep 2022
And while we’re on the subject, the Doc Edge Clinics are now open for registration too. These are all virtual, and available to anyone, anywhere in the world!
This year’s workshops will cover publicity essentials, interviewing techniques, rights and licences that could help monetise your project, archival image and video usage, how to make short films that matter, and an incredibly special session on surviving and thriving in the screen sector.
Programme and dates:
Clinic #1: 1 October | Reach Your Target with publicity experts (and WIFT members) Rachael Penman - general manager and festival producer at Doc Edge and Sue May - film publicist and kaiwhakahaere (executive director) of Aotearoa Screen Publicists Collective.
Clinic #2: 15 October | The Art of the Interview with journalist and broadcaster Neil Waka
Clinic #3: October 29 | Different Types of Rights and Licenses in Monetising Your Film with Emma Madison from Screenrights
Clinic #4: November 12 | Know Your Copyright Rights: Licensing Commercial and Archival Content presented by WIFT member Arran Birchenough and Natasha Gallace from Getty Images
Clinic #5: November 25 | How to Make Short Documentaries That Matter with Charlie Phillips - film commissioner, programmer, producer, consultant, and head of stories at immersive learning platform Lyfta.
Clinic #6: December 6 | The Entrepreneur’s Journey with WIFT member Julia Parnell – filmmaker (SIX60: Till the Lights Go Out, The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillipps), co-founder of Loading Docs, and company director of Notable Productions.