29 - 30 October Sydney NSW Australia
City of Sydney Library is proud to host the third annual Microflix Festival- celebrating short films and the stories which inspired them.Whether you're a film buff- a lover of literature or a budding filmmaker- join us online to experience this exciting showcase of contemporary Australian storytelling through film. Enjoy live panel discussions- film screenings- the awards ceremony and a filmmaking workshop over 3 days.You will have an opportunity to read the stories and vote on your favourite- here from October 12. Then join us for the awards night to find out how filmmakers working in COVID-19 restrictions have brought them to life on screen.Events includeAdaptation Symposium: 7.30pm-9pm- Thursday 29 OctoberJoin a live panel of industry experts- authors and filmmakers to explore the nuts and bolts of adapting micro-fiction to micro-films. Panelists include micro-literature expert- Cassandra Atherton- scriptwriting teacher- Craig Batty- filmmaker- Rachel Landers and scriptwriter- Alana Valentine . You'll also get to hear from guest speaker Hajer- from ABC TV's comedy series Halal Gurls on diversity in storytelling and filmmaking and interviews with authors and filmmakers.&nbsp;Awards night: 7.30pm-9pm- Friday 30 OctoberWatch all the finalist films as selected by the festival jury- Fatima Mawas- Romina Accurso and Will Simon- followed by the awards ceremony. You'll also get to cast your vote for People's Choice Award live.Filmmaking workshop: Saturday 31 OctoberSo you've shot some video footage using your phone and now you need to edit it together. Perhaps you're not sure how to go about it the right way- or you aren't sure about which editing software to use?Whether you are putting together your first short film or uploading a vlog to Youtube- this online editing workshop will provide beginner video editors with the basics for taking videos to the next level.In this hands-on workshop- with experienced film editor- Jordan Swioklo you will learn the basics of editing in Adobe Premiere Pro. You can get creative by using different transitions- adding simple effects- titles and soundtracks. You will also learn key information about how to import and set up your project correctly- file types- file size and how to export your final cut.No prior knowledge of editing is needed but basic computer skills will be assumed. Participants are encouraged to come ready with their own footage and any music tracks they wish to use. Royalty-free film footage and soundtracks will also be available for use- if requested prior to the workshop. Participants are also required to have Adobe Premiere Pro installed and working on their computer prior to the workshop. If you do not already own the software- please download a free trial.All events are free however bookings are essential. Please read your booking confirmation carefully for instructions on how to join the event on Zoom. You'll need to install the&nbsp;free Zoom software&nbsp;on your own or computer or device to participate.Hosted by the City of Sydney Library- in partnership with Microflix and Spineless Wonders.
23 August - 27 December Sydney NSW Australia
On this new digital content platform- we will share with you the passion and joy of Baroque music whenever you want and wherever you are.Brandenburg One&nbsp;is the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's inventive new digital stage. With hours of music available and new performances every fortnight- immerse yourself in the world of period performance with extensive program notes- educational videos- podcast episodes- interviews- archival concert recordings and more! As an expanding digital library of all things Baroque- Brandenburg One is free to the general public for you to enjoy and share while the concert halls are closed- and long after they reopen.Visit our website for more!
02 November - 07 December Sydney NSW Australia
Last Minute Productions-Studio RCC and Higher Ground Consulting Agency bring you #GetInTheGame. A 6-week media training and brand development course.Hosted by veteran journalist Simone Amelia Jordan- this course highlights the importance of identifying and crafting clear key messages for artists and entrepreneurs- and delivering them in an engaging way to media. Please see bio belowWhat you get out of it:Learn how to construct a powerful and authentic professional imageGain insight into how media works and identify which outlets make the most sense for you and your brandParticipate in media training for interview protocol and techniquesMaster your social media presence- create a content calendar- and start studying your audience for growth.Obtain general insight into the music and entertainment business.Week by week:Week 1: Personal BrandingWeek 2: Understanding The MediaWeek 3: Media TrainingWeek 4: Media Training [Part 2]Week 5: Social MediaWeek 6: What's Next?Bookings available hereMeet Simone Amelia JordanSimone Amelia Jordan is a journalist- host and brand consultant with two decades of media and marketing experience in Australia and the United States.Her lengthy experience in music journalism has allowed her to pivot into content creation and personal development for emerging artists and brands via her start-up business- Higher Ground Consulting Agency.Simone has held senior positions at Channel 10- The Source Magazine- Daily Mail- SiriusXM Radio- DrJays.com- Monster Products and founded and edited Australia's most successful Hip-Hop-R&B magazine- Urban Hitz- when she was 23 years old.Her celebrity interviews on YouTube have over 12 million views and she was chosen as one of five women in the world to design a signature sneaker for Reebok Classics' 'Classic Beat' campaign in October 2012.Simone has worked across print- radio- TV and digital arms of media and has been an active mentor for young women since the beginning of her career.Disclaimera. To the extent permitted by law- The City of Sydney- its officers- employees- agents and contractors are not liable for any personal injury- loss or damage to property or financial loss (including payment of medical expenses) any individual may suffer whilst participating in online programs and activities presented by The City of Sydney andb. By participating in City of Sydney online programs- individuals accept that they do so at their own risk and accept that they waive and forego any legal right that they may otherwise have against the City of Sydney and or against its officers- employees- agents and contractors StudioRCC programs are for 18years and over- any participants under 18yrs younger must be accompanied by an adult.)
17 November Sydney NSW Australia
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30 November - 06 December Melbourne VIC Australia
Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival 2020