Gold Pass Director's Attachment
Gold Pass Director's Attachment

Gold Pass Director's Attachment

Screen Tasmania, in association with Screen Australia and Matchbox Pictures, is delighted to announce a new Gold Pass attachment opportunity.

The position is to work as a Director's Attachment on Matchbox Pictures' new drama series, Barracuda, based on the Christos Tsiolkas' novel of the same name. Tony Ayres and Amanda Higgs are producing the series which will broadcast on the ABC in 2016.

The attachment position will be based in Melbourne for six weeks (exact dates to be negotiated) between 5 October 2015 and 29 January 2016.

This professional development opportunity is for Tasmanian directors who can demonstrate a commitment to a career in the screen industry. It will offer the attached director invaluable first-hand experience working across the pre-production, production and post production schedule alongside the creative team at Matchbox Pictures. 

Please click here for the Gold Pass Attachment Guidelines and Application Form.

As  well as the Application Form, please include a 1 page CV and a 1/2 page cover letter outlining why you should be selected for the attachment, and submit to screenapplications@screen.tas.gov.au .

The final choice for the placement will be made by the director and producers, Amanda Higgs and Tony Ayres, from Matchbox Pictures. 

This is an amazing opportunity for a Tasmanian practitioner to work alongside and learn from some of the best in the business. 

Closing date for applications is COB Monday, 28 September 2015.

Please contact the Development Manager at Screen Tasmania, Evan Maloney (6165 5071), to discuss your application before submission.

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