Sun, 28 May|
Fale Eke - Pacific Hub
ScreenFit May 2023 Christchurch class in collaboration with members of NAW, PISA & Equity NZ (5)
Ōtautahi Christchurch writers, directors and actors, ScreenFit's coming to your hood for our first EVER class in your home town on Sunday 29th May 2023. Registrations open now!
Time & Location
28 May 2023, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm NZST
Fale Eke - Pacific Hub, Level 1, 285 Cashel Street, Christchurch Central City, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand
About the Event
Kia ora Ōtautahi Christchurch! We're so excited to bring our very first ScreenFit class to your neck of the woods on Sunday 28th May 2023. This FREE class is for writers, actors and directors or all levels. You don't want to miss this so register your interest now!
PS - ScreenFit is kid friendly too so if you're a mum or dad, feel free to bring the littlelies along while you get screen fit. There are lots of spaces for them to hang, watch movies on their devices, or do rollie-pollies!
Here’s how ScreenFit works:
1. Writers, actors and directors register for ScreenFit (as individuals - not teams). Writers submit a scene, synopsis, and character briefs for 2 x characters. (That's your work pretty much done, writers!)
2. Registrations close Sat 20th May 2023.
3. Teams consisting of a writer, 2 x actors and a director are chosen and sent the above information around Mon 22nd May 2023.
4. All teams sign in at the Ōtautahi CHC location (Fale Eke - Pacific Hub, level 1, 285 Cashel Street, CHC) on Sunday 28th May 2023 from 12.30pm for a 1pm kickoff.
5. All teams rehearse/block their scene. This is like the final creative rehearsal you have before you 'shoot' the scene.
6. Each team runs a block 'performance' of their scene to the entire group which can be filmed on one of the team member’s phone or camera for their own team’s records.
7. Our ScreenFit guest instructor (G.I.) / industry professional gives quick feedback to each team.
8. Networking and refreshments time!
*ScreenFit 2023 classes are a collaboration between Ngā Aho Whakaari (NAW), Pacific Islands Screen Artists (PISA), and Equity NZ and are funded by Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga NZ Film Commission. Ngā mihi nui kia koutou!