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How to Produce a TV &/or Web Series and Launch of Bali in a Jar

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Civil Contractors Federation SA

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Thebarton, SA 5031

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Do you want to create or produce your own TV show or web series? Plus celebrate a new local business and make new connections?

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Are you interested in producing a TV or web series, and/or building a target audience via video?

- How do you develop a TV or online show and what is the difference?

- Do you have an original idea or how can you acquire the rights to someone else’s work?

- Who do you pitch your idea to?

- What is involved in producing your own show and working with an experienced producer?

- If you produce your own show then what are the ways to make revenue?

- How do you build an audience?

Speakers include:

  • Hon David Pisoni MP, Minister for Innovation and Skills
  • Kath McIntyre who is a director, writer, and producer with over 20 years of experience. She specializes in broadcast factual television, having worked with Network 10, Channel 9, SBS in Australia, and with PBS in the US.
  • Colin Thrupp from Screentime who is a specialist television production company with an outstanding list of productions. Based in Sydney, Screentime is part of the Banijay Group, the world’s largest independent content creation Group for television and multimedia platforms. Screentime’s most recent slate includes programs such as Anh’s Brush with Fame, Janet King, Underbelly Files: Chopper, Date Night, Hughesy We Have a Problem, The Secret Daughter, Wolf Creek, RBT, and Driving Test.
  • Albert Jamae, Channel 44 ways local businesses and program makers can utilise Channel 44 community television to connect with you target audiences.

Come along to this special event to get advice from Film & TV industry professionals plus celebrate the launch of new local business with international connections, Bali in a Jar.

Founded by Desak Yoni, Bali In A Jar simplifies traditional Balinese cooking, which can take a long time to prepare, and requires skills to balance the spice. Now, it is all prepared in a jar ready to use, so you can replicate authentic Balinese cooking in no time at all.

A welcome dance called, Panyembrahma will be performed by the Balinese Society of South Australia (BSSA). Banjar Dharma Acintya, is a not-for-profit association aiming to preserve Balinese culture and Hindu Dharma, specifically teachings and philosophies.

You’ll get to taste Balinese cooking, enjoy beer, wine and soft drinks, networking and insights that you can apply to your business and/or passion project.

Video footage, photos and social media posts will be shared on the night and Entrepreneurship Facilitators are funded by the Australian Government with the initiative managed by the Department of Employment, Skills, Family and Small Business.

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