Smartphone Filmmaking with Angela Blake from SF3


  • 4 April 2024
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Applications Open 21 March 2024 8:00 am
Applications Close 4 April 2024 10:00 am
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Come and learn the techniques to utilise and shoot professional films, self-tapes and content on your smartphones. SF3 is now the world's biggest smartphone film festival and Co-Founder & Director, Angela Blake, will teach you all the tips and techniques to shoot award winning films on your phone. Angela will be guide you not only how to craft an award winning film yourself but how to use that camera in your pocket  to its full power. Please note: This class will take place online at 12pm AEDT and 2pm NZ time.


  • Angela Blake

    Angela is the Co-Founder of SF3 – SmartFone Flick Fest, Australia’s international smartphone film festival. Founded in 2015 and after sell-out seasons at the Sydney Opera House, Palace Chauvel & Event Cinemas George St, they are now starting on their 8th season. Angela teaches filmmaking and acting throughout Australia with SF3, NIDA and Bus Stop Films. She has also worked at The Wayside Chapel in Sydney for the past 9 years, having produced countless short films and documentaries with her students and staged many theatre productions including Cosi with Louis Nowra in attendance. She is also an accomplished emerging director and writer in both film and theatre. Her credits include: various shorts and promo films for SF3. Short films include: The Society Experiment, Upsold, Face the Day, The Circle Game & BE. Theatre includes: The Restaurant Diaries, Romeo and Juliet, LA 8AM and Weeing on a Stick which won the Wildcards Award at Short+Sweet. Angela also works as a performer. Her most recent acting credits include A Place To Call Home season 6, Love Child season 2 & Top of the Lake: China Girl. She has also worked as a dancer, singer and acrobat in over 16 countries for companies including Princess Cruise Lines, MEI, Cartoon Network and in various circuses. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Griffith University and is currently studying for her Master’s in Creative Writing at UTS.


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