Screen NSW presents the queen of the film review, Margaret Pomeranz, in a lively discussion with a panel of genre filmmakers, including Kiah and Tristan...

The Horror Genre - Getting Your Film Made. Hosted by Margaret Pomeranz

Location:

Level 6 Terrace Entrance
2000 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Vivid Ideas Exchange, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
The Horror Genre - hosted by Margaret Pomeranz

Event Details

Screen NSW presents the queen of the film review, Margaret Pomeranz, in a lively discussion with a panel of genre filmmakers, including Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner, the team from Guerilla Films that brought us the hit horror flick Wyrmwood, Yolanda Ramke, the co-director of upcoming feature, Cargo, and the producer of critically acclaimed film, Killing Ground, Lisa Shaunessy.

Margaret will drill down to the creative core of what makes a great horror film -  special effects vs plot; scripting and how to get your idea off the ground (aka creativity on a credit card) and much more.

 

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