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Phil Breslin Wikipedia, Wife, Age, Married, Instagram, Wiki -: The second REGIONALITY CAIRNS documentary and factual industry event will take place at the Cairns Performing Arts Centre on Friday, July 28. AIDC, Screen Queensland, and Screenworks in collaboration with Screenworks have revealed the whole session programme and speaker lineup.

Phil Breslin Wikipedia, Wife, Age, Married,  Instagram, Wiki
Phil Breslin Wikipedia, Wife, Age, Married, Instagram, Wiki

This year’s one-day program includes a masterclass on wildlife filmmaking, a focus on First Nations factual series, sector networking, and specifically scheduled 1:1 sessions with industry representatives. Additionally, it provides insider information on co-creation and impact campaigns, how to get projects ready for pitching and obtaining film funding, as well as how to acquire film money.

The program’s major topic is Co-creation and Impact with the Team from The Territory, a special session with impact producer José Neto and director Alex Pritz from the National Geographic documentary that won Peabody and Sundance Film Festival prizes in 2022.

This year’s one-day program includes a masterclass on wildlife filmmaking, a focus on First Nations factual series, sector networking, and specifically scheduled 1:1 sessions with industry representatives. Additionally, it provides insider information on co-creation and impact campaigns, how to get projects ready for pitching and obtaining film funding, as well as how to acquire film money.

The program’s major topic is Co-creation and Impact with the Team from The Territory, a special session with impact producer José Neto and director Alex Pritz from the National Geographic documentary that won Peabody and Sundance Film Festival prizes in 2022.

Phil Breslin Wikipedia, Wife, Age, Married,  Instagram, Wiki

The Territory has been a game-changer in terms of authentic collaborative filmmaking, the development of observable, widespread impact, and legislative change. It is a first-person account of the Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people’s never-ending struggle against deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Alex and Jose will describe how a dynamic team of both local indigenous and international key creatives who joined together to offer a local story to a global audience developed one of the most influential films of the year.

For those seeking insider knowledge of the most recent developments in the natural history field, Natural Talent: A Masterclass in Wildlife Filmmaking brings together the production companies and cinematographers who are using new filming technologies to capture the lands, seas, and skies of Far North Queensland. Richard Fitzpatrick of renowned aquatic and natural history production company Biopixel talks about new methods for capturing the distinctive local natural landscapes alongside Phil Breslin, host of First Weapons and creator of Built to Survive, and Dr. Teresa Carrette of science communicators Scientific Synergy.

Phil Breslin is a member of the special panel Focus On: First Nations Factual Series, which recognizes the First Nations storytellers who are working in a variety of media, genres, and audiences to create some of this year’s most anticipated series. With Dean Gibson of Bacon Factory Films (Incarceration Nation, First Weapons), and Dena Curtis of Inkey Media (Back to Nature, Rebel With A Cause), the program will provide an important in-depth look at First Nations storytelling and technique.

For practitioners looking for industry insights and essential practical information to help them position initiatives for market readiness and ultimately finance, REGIONALITY CAIRNS provides two extremely helpful sessions: Equipment for Pitch: The Must-Haves to Get You Market-Ready, by broadcasters ABC and SBS, streaming service DocPlay, and screen agency Screen Queensland, both Industry experts, offers insights on market trends, what they support, and how to sell to them.

The International Documentary Association (IDA) and the Doc Society are represented in the roundtable discussion “Meet the Film Funds Making a Difference,” which offers local and international opportunities for funding and mentorship.

As part of REGIONALITY’s Doc Chat 1:1 Meetings program, which is for filmmakers pitching projects, seeking direct information, or wanting to develop new relationships, all attendees are eligible to apply for face-to-face time with decision-makers and notable guests of the event. The day will come to a finish with a networking event where all participants are welcome to catch up with industry peers, develop new connections, and pay tribute to the fantastic local and FNQ community of documentary and factual creators.

Screen Queensland is happy to work with REGIONALITY CAIRNS for a second consecutive year, according to acting CEO Dr Belinda Burns.

“We are thrilled to bring this priceless event and its outstanding program back to Cairns for another year.” At REGIONALITY CAIRNS, local practitioners have a unique opportunity to network with international and national thought leaders in the factual field. This fantastic venue offers the opportunity to showcase the vibrant North and Far North Queensland screen industry, as well as its talented and diverse practitioners.

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