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AFTRS is launching Re: Frame, a training initiative for the media industries focused on becoming more innovative, building your business and reaching your potential.
 
Hear from creative and technology thought leaders and media practitioners who are setting the thinking, and walking the talk. Find out what they are doing to navigate the never-ending disruption impacting the screen and broadcast industries. Understand how valuable your creative skill-set is and position your thinking and business to make the most of the new landscape.

 
Guest speakers:

Russel Howcroft 
(Chief Creative Officer PwC & Chair AFTRS), Louise O’Donnell (Digital Strategist & Director), Richard Harris (Head of Business & Audience Screen Australia), Adrian Turner (CEO Data61)

Panel discussion:
Chloe Rickard (Head of Production Jungle), Nathan Anderson (COO and Co-founder Start VR), Lauren Elliott (Managing Director & Producer Mad Kids), Drew Grove (Commercial Director Every Cloud Productions), Kate Montague (Director and Founder Audiocraft). 

Panel is moderated by 
Mike Jones (Writer/Script Editor/ Story Producer).

Event also features an exclusive demonstration by Finch of a new narrative screen technology, 37 Degrees.


EVENT DETAILS

Where: AFTRS, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park (Entry via Errol Flynn Drive)
Date: Tuesday 21 November 3 - 5pm

Please join us at AFTRS for the conversation followed by networking drinks. 

RSVP essential by Friday 17 November
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Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.