FREE and OPEN TO ALL
Tuesday 8 May from 6 pm
7 Harriet Pl, Darwin.
What is Production really all about?
In this final Spark workshop, participants will learn about hands-on tools and methods to get started with the production of a low-budget short film. You have a kick-arse script, a director and a producer, very well. So what’s next? Where do you start? Multi-faceted content producer Wilf Watson will talk you through simple steps, handing out handy templates, dishing out juicy cautionary tales, and figuring out the answers to your most twisted questions.
Although this workshop is free and open to all, It will be a good opportunity for Spark applicants to get ideas on how to refine their project’s applications.
About the presenter:
Wilf Watson started his career in video production back in 2004 as a camera operator at the Darwin Turf Club. He studied interactive multimedia at Charles Darwin University in 2007 and since then has worked in a wide range of multimedia production roles for the NT Government, local private studios and 7News. He has worked on several award winning short films, one of which aired to thousands of people as a Tropfest Sydney finalist in 2012. In 2014 he founded Phenomec, a company focused on virtual reality technologies and innovative multimedia which has gone on to win several awards. In 2016 he became an emerging contemporary new media artist, debuting a virtual reality experience set in southern Thailand at the Digital Departure Exhibition in Caloundra, QLD. In 2018 he completed an undergraduate degree in International Business from the University of the Sunshine Coast that has taken him overseas to Germany and the Czech Republic. Wilf Watson is currently based in Darwin and is keen to share his experiences and support local film makers.