A series of workshops held at the University of Auckland. The Clinics are a great way to get more guidance, insight and knowledge through in-depth talks and workshops from experienced film professionals.
Doc Clinic #1: The Art of Pitching
Saturday, 24 February 2018 | 10.00am to 1.00pm
University of Auckland
Doc Clinics are wrapped around the Doc Pitch to provide better support. Doc Edge invites all filmmakers who are interested in pitching a project at Doc Pitch or want to learn more about the pitching procedure to register for Doc Clinic #1 before Saturday the 24th of February. Both Doc Clinic #1 and #2 are introductory sessions to pitching, looking at story development, writing proposals and creating audio-visual support clips. Besides other experienced film professionals, we will have filmmaker David Farrier, who successfully pitched his film Tickled at Doc Pitch 2014, to talk about his pitch experience.
– Introduction to Doc Pitch
– Why pitch your project?
– The elements of a Pitch – story, written pitch, budget, audio-visual material, verbal pitch
– Story ideas
– Case studies
Filmmaker David Farrier (Tickled, 2016), Doc Edge Director Alex Lee, the new Doc Edge Industry Producer Lara Sitruk and Doc Pitch alumni (TBA).
SCREENING Tickled + Q&A
Join us after Doc Clinic at Doc Edge Presents for the screening of the film Tickled, by David Farrier, at the Academy Cinema at 2 pm followed by a Q&A with filmmakers David Farrier and Dylan Reeve. You can purchase a combination ticket for the Doc Clinic and screening here.
We encourage students interested in documentary filmmaking to attend the Doc Clinic and screening as well (reduced price ticket with student ID).
TICKETS (excluding GST)
Doc Clinic + Screening of Tickled + Q&A: Regular $20.00
Doc Clinic Only: Regular $15.00
Doc Clinic + Screening of Tickled + Q&A: Student $5.00