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THE DIRECTOR'S VISION: Adaptations for Screen

A masterclass with acclaimed director Glendyn Ivin

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THE DIRECTOR'S VISION: Adaptations for Screen
THE DIRECTOR'S VISION: Adaptations for Screen

Time & Location

28 Nov 2023, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Zoom (Online)

About the event

Join us for an inspiring conversation with one of Australia’s pre-eminent directors, Glendyn Ivin

Known for his visually striking and emotionally powerful storytelling, Glendyn first gained recognition with his short film CRACKER BAG which won the Palme d'Or for Best Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival in 2003. Since then, he has directed feature films, television dramas and television commercials. Glendyn’s feature film credits include LAST RIDE, starring Hugo Weaving which Glendyn was awarded Best New Narritive Director at the Abu Dhabi Internationial Film Festival and PENGUIN BLOOM, for producers Made Up Stories and starring Naomi Watts which was nominated for Best Film and Best Direction at the 2020 AACTA Awards.

For television, Glendyn’s credits include PUBERTY BLUES Series 1 and 2, for which Glendyn was set up director, winning the AACTA award for Best TV Drama Series; the 7 part World War I drama GALLIPOLI starring Kodi Smit-McPhee; THE BEAUTIFUL LIE starring Sarah Snook which was nominated for the 2016 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Drama and Nine AACTA Awards, including Best Mini-Series; THE SEVEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY (Eps 1 and 2) starring Alex Dimitriades and Hugo Weaving, winning an AACTA award for Best Direction in Television and the series 6 AACTA Awards overall, and the 4 part mini-series SAFE HARBOUR; winning AACTA awards for Best Direction in Television and Best Mini-Series and an International Emmy for Best Mini-Series.

Glendyn also directed the critically acclaimed 4-part mini-series THE CRY starring Jenna Coleman and Ewen Leslie for BBC1, the series won a Scottish BAFTA for Best Drama Series and was nominated for Best Drama Series at the Royal Television Society Awards along with 8 AACTA Awards, including Best Drama Series.

Glendyn recently directed THE LOST FLOWERS OF ALICE HART, a 7-part limited series starring Sigourney Weaver for Amazon Prime and producers Made Up Stories.

And thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, we are giving away 5 FREE SPOTS in this masterclass. Apply here for your chance to win.

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