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Wednesday
Jul112018

NAFA Chat: Between Art and Finance

Corrie Soeterboek is the CEO of FACB and has risk-managed film and television projects for over 15 years. She has worked as a producer and in other capacities across all genres of production.

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Wednesday
May302018

NAFA Chat: The body and the actor’s process

Following 25 years of working with actors, Lesley Watson looks at what neuroscience can tell us about creativity and optimal performance.

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Friday
Apr272018

NAFA Chat: Don’t get caught with your pants down!

Joe Lo Surdo will take you through all you need to know about risk management and insurance in the film and entertainment industries.

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Friday
Apr062018

NAFA Chat: Keeping Australia Competitive

Ausfilm CEO Debra Richards will demonstrate how this government and screen industry association works to attract international production and post production. Ausfilm works with the Australian Government in keeping Australia competitive.

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Tuesday
Mar132018

NAFA Chat: A working class act

Three-time Australian champion martial artist Andy Trieu expanded his repertoire from competing in tournaments to performing in roles across stage and screen.

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Thursday
Feb082018

NAFA Chat: Actors in Action - The practical, legal, and ethical considerations of theatrical violence and action

Kyle Rowling has been studying acting and martial arts since 1978. His mastery of the craft has made him one of the world’s most respected stage combat instructors and fight directors.

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Thursday
Nov022017

Choc Tops Meeting: Create projects within a viable ‘ecosystem’

Starting in theatre and then moving to film and TV as an art director, producer Martin Brown will talk about initiating projects within an economic and ethical ‘ecosystem’.

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Friday
Sep222017

Choc Tops Meeting: Applying for funding from Create NSW

Accomplished as an actor, writer, and director Daniel Krige is now a Sector Investment Manager (Screen) at Create NSW, the state government’s umbrella agency that has responsibilities in the film and television industries.

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