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Screen Trades

September 30, 2022 12:00 am — Tickets FREE
Arts & Cultural Exchange (ACE)

SCREEN TRADES BOOKKEEPING WORKSHOP, 2022. PHOTO: BARRY GAMBA

Arts & Cultural Exchange (ACE), TAFE NSW and leading industry partners presents

Screen Trades

Screen Trades is a job training and placement initiative that is addressing the significant shortages in below-the-line jobs in the local TV and film industry, especially for underrepresented communities.

The initiative is piloting three skillsets, providing pathways to early career screen practitioners from First Nations and culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities, supported by ScreenNSW and Screenrights Cultural Fund.

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Assistant Camera

The Assistant Camera (AC) program is the second set of workshops as a part of the Screen Trades initiative. The AC program is working with industry partner Panavision (the world leader in camera equipment) and is comprised of 3 events:

1. Panavision workshop at their HQ in Lane Cove on 14 November, for up to 15 participants, with Panavision film industry influencer Nicolas Godoy. The workshop gives First Nations and CaLD communities the opportunity to hone their skills and network with industry professionals, which is vital for entry into the industry.

2. A follow-up session with a guest speaker, an experienced First AC who works on Feature Films and TVCs.

3. On-set attachments for select participants, with award-winning TVC companies: FinchGoodoil and Collider.

Assistant Cameras (ACs) are in high demand at the moment, one of the key skills shortages in below-the-line jobs in Australia’s TV and Film industry.

If you are interested in taking part in the Assistant Camera workshops, click the sign up button!

First Nations Emerging VFX Artists

Working with education and training partner TAFE NSW, this pilot will provide an 8-week skills development course utilising key units in TAFE’s Certificate III from the Screen & Media curricula, providing participants who complete training with an employment entry level qualification.

The course will broker professional pathways through our relationships with NITV, Screen Australia’s First Nations Department, and industry partners EQ Media Group and Lingo Pictures, The Post Lounge and Cutting Edge.

Production Accounting

From 30 September – 1 October, 18 passionate students from TAFE Accounting diplomas and participants from ACE’s previous ‘Bookkeeping for Filmmakers’ workshop, attended the 2-day ‘Production Accounting Essentials’ workshop with Jill Hewitt, Senior Production Accountant and Director of Training, Australia, Moneypenny Production Accounting Services.

The workshop provided an extensive overview of the role of the Production Accountant during Pre-Production, the Shoot and Post, covering everything from Budgets to Cost Reports, and Cashflow to Payroll.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful participants for making the workshops so successful and congratulate them on all their hard work.

We’d also like to thank Moneypenny, Screen NSW and Screenrights Cultural Fund for their support in making the workshop a reality.

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