Date/Time: Mon 18 Sep / 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: S901 Monash University
Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ)
Industry Panel Series
Pitching and Producing TV
What’s involved in pitching and producing TV drama and other scripted shows? When is an idea ready to be taken to the next stage, and what is the best way to do so? What types of projects are broadcasters looking for, and what about new players in the local industry like Netflix and Stan? What is the role of independent production amongst changing industry dynamics?
Presented by the School of Media, Film and Journalism as part of the TV Bites Industry Panel Series.
Andrea Denholm (Princess Pictures)
Andrea Denholm is a producer and a partner in leading production company, Princess Pictures. She has produced long and short-form scripted content and documentaries including Wrong Kind of Black, The Divorce, 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, It’s A Date, Sporting Nation, Stand Up at Bella Union, Outland, Tripping Over, After the Deluge, Worst Best Friends and Sea Change.
Jessica Marshall (Independent Writer/Director)
Jessica Marshall is a Melbourne based writer and director. Since graduating NIDA she has worked in the script departments for Essential Media and Playmaker Media, working on hit shows such as ABC’s Jack Irish and Channel 10’s The Wrong Girl. She is currently in development for her feature film Signs of Life with production company Sense and Centsability.
Brett Sleigh (ABCTV Fiction)
Brett Sleigh is Executive Producer of ABC TV Fiction where he has worked across a diverse slate of drama and comedy projects including The Slap, It’s a Date, Cliffy, Please Like Me, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Seven Types of Ambiguity, Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane, Utopia, Rosehaven, Barracuda and Get Krack!n. His background includes four seasons in the script department on Blue Heelers and writing and performing in numerous comedy festivals, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Monday 18th September
6:00pm – 7:30pm
S901, Building S, Level 9
Please RSVP by Friday 15th September to Tessa.email@example.com