It’s not what they do, it’s how they do it: developing screen stories workshop

3rd August
Montville Village Hall

Tickets essential as spaces are limited!

Saturday 3 August

1pm-2pm It’s not what they do, it’s how they do it: developing screen stories

Story development workshop with Dr Christine Rogers

Rangebow MicroFilm Community Workshop (just 15 pre-booked places @$20 available)

Christine Rogers is a Ngāi Tahu/Pākehā academic, filmmaker and textile artist with multiple screen credits in drama, essay films, educational videos and digital stories that have screened at local and international festivals. She holds a PhD from RMIT University, and her writing has been published in journals, anthologies, newspapers, and blogs. Christine has held teaching positions at RMIT University, Victoria College of the Arts, and Queen’s University, Belfast. She is currently media production lecturer at The University of the Sunshine Coast. Discover more about Christine CLICK HERE

Terms and conditions:

  • People with accessibility needs: up to 100 metres to car-parking; accessible toilets at the venue.
  • No hearing loop at this event.
  • The film screenings will be in a room with low-level lighting.
  • Alcohol sales and consumption restricted to the venue for patrons 18 years and over.
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