Back by popular demand! How do you navigate intimate and sexual scenes in film and television shoots whilst maintaining a safe working environment?
Following the recent changes to the Screen Australia code of conduct, and the continued development of the #metoo movement, preventing sexual harassment and providing a safe work environment is essential on film and television shoots.
Actors, directors, producers, writers and crew are invited to learn best practice approaches to intimacy, simulated sex scenes, and nudity. This three hour specialist workshop will demonstrate how you can use a simple and effective process to rehearse any intimate scene.
The workshop will be run by WIFT WA co-founder, casting director, acting coach and intimacy coordinator, Annie Murtagh-Monks (Last Train to Freo, Drift, The Heights).
SAE Creative Media Institute, 116 Roe St, Northbridge
Date: Saturday 13th, 2pm-5pm
Duration: 3 hours (2pm - 5pm)
20 Spaces Only
Cost: $30 per person, $25 for WIFT members
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