With applications for the REGIONALITY Pitch closing on Friday 14 May, AIDC and Screenworks are calling on regional NSW practitioners with market-ready documentary or factual projects to apply for this unmissable opportunity!
This live pitching opportunity will see up to four select teams provided with expert pitch training, trailer support and mentorship before pitching to key local and international decision makers. Post-pitch meetings between interested decision makers and pitching teams will also be facilitated by AIDC.
Successful applicants will present their projects live at REGIONALITY, a jam-packed one-day industry program consisting of pitching, masterclasses, industry panels and networking. Taking place in Lennox Head on Friday 25 June, REGIONALITY is open to anyone passionate about nonfiction storytelling.
Joining us for this special event will be a hand-picked cast of documentary and factual storytellers and industry leaders including Al Hicks, the Grammy Award-winning director of Quincy, who will share valuable insights into his creative process. Plus, you can expect a host of special guests participating in the REGIONALITY Pitch, sessions and one-on-one meetings, including:
- Dorota Lech, Forum Programmer, Hot Docs
- Bill Gardner, Vice President, Programming and Development, PBS
- Ania Trzebiatowska, Programmer, Sundance Film Festival
- Julie Hanna, Manager Factual, Factual and Culture, ABC
- Stephen Oliver, Manager Documentaries, Factual and Culture, ABC
- Andrea Ulbrick, Screen Investment Manager, Screen NSW
REGIONALITY is co-presented by AIDC and Screenworks with support from Screen NSW. The full line-up will be announced soon with tickets now on sale. Applications for the REGIONALITY Pitch close Friday 14 May.
Image: Alan Hicks, director of Quincy.