Raw Nerve 2012 Industry Screening and Q & A Session

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Raw Nerve 2012 Industry Screening and Q & A Session

Raw Nerve 2012 Industry Screening and Q & A Session

Raw Nerve 2012 Industry Screening and Q & A Session, Thursday 10 January 2013

 Raw Nerve is a national production initiative of Screen Australia in partnership with Screen Network (the national network of screen development and resource organisations of which Wide Angle Tasmania is a member). Nationally, 18 filmmakers were selected to be part of Raw Nerve in 2012.
Wide Angle Tasmania is pleased to present an industry screening of the Tasmanian Raw Nerve Films from 2012 followed by a Q & A session about the initiative.
The 2012 Raw Nerve Tasmanian filmmakers and their films were:


Clare Gray - Knit One
Sadie's at her knits' end.

Letitia Lamb - The Lala Road
Young Chinese lesbians make their way along a difficult path, rejecting traditional ideas about marriage and family to be with the women they love.

Heidi Douglas - Little Lamb
Irish convict Louisa seeks freedom from imprisonment, but does the world she escapes to hold greater danger?

When: Thursday, January 10, 2013

Time: 7:00pm

Where: Founders' Room, Salamanca Arts Centre

Cost: Donation appreciated

 


 

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