INTIMACY ON SET/STAGE SEMINAR: FOR WHOLE INDUSTRY (SCREEN & STAGE)
Perth: November 11. WAAPA, Mount Lawley, Perth. Applications closed
Sydney: November 17. Venue: AFTRS, Moore Park. Applications closed
Brisbane: November 22. Venue TBC. Applications closed
Melbourne: November 27. Venue: Arts Centre, South Bank. Applications closed
Adelaide: December 4. Venue: State Theatre Company South Australia. Applications closed.
Auckland: December 10. Venue: Au Samoa House, 283 Karangahape Road, Auckland. LAST CHANCE.
During this three-hour seminar, Ita will introduce participants to some best practice approaches to intimacy, simulated sex scenes, and nudity. It will also be an opportunity to discuss how intimacy affects each role on a production and how to work together to create a safe space. The seminar includes group discussions, an introduction to Ita’s Intimacy on Set Guidelines and the role of an intimacy coordinator.
-From the theatre industry this seminar is open to all industry professionals, such as; producers, directors, actors, stage managers, ASM's, DSM's, wardrobe, company manager, designers, creatives and crew.
-From the screen industry this seminar is open to open to all industry professionals, such as; producers, director, actors, costume designer/ supervisor, wardrobe, make-up artists, director of photography, 1st assistant director, 2nd assistant director, 3rd assistant director (who looks after the supporting artists.), and sound crew et al.
IMPORTANT APPLICATION DETAILS:
-This is a three hour seminar, by application only.
-It is not possible to observe this seminar.
-There will be a maximum of 75 participants.
-Participants will be selected by Ita and an industry judging panel.
- You may also apply to attend the Workshop and Introduction to Intimacy Direction.
-Here. (Please note: closed for Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane)
The Equity Foundation recognises the diversity of the Australian and New Zealand arts community and seeks to encourage a more realistic representation of society on our stages and screens. We strongly encourage applications from applicants of varied experiences, perspectives, and circumstances including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Māori, people with disabilities, culturally and linguistically diverse and LGBTQI practioners. Venues will be accessible to those with visible and non-visible disabilities. The presentations will be suitable for sight impaired as the slides will be discussed.