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Screen seminar to inspire film, television industry

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The upcoming Connecting Creatives session with local guest speakers will unpack the charm and challenges of working in film and television as a profession.

Locals who are passionate about the film and television industry will have an opportunity to learn from the sectors best and brightest at an upcoming networking evening.

The free event will be held on Tuesday 22 November from 5.30 pm and will see the arts industry come together for an evening of information sharing and networking.

Thanks to support from Bundaberg Regional Council, the event will provide opportunities to hear from guest panellists and speakers, learn about upcoming opportunities and network with each other.

CQUniversity RASN Regional Arts Manager Trudie Leigo encouraged people to come along to connect.

“We are passionate about boosting opportunities, supporting employment, and giving
regional Queenslanders access high quality arts and cultural engagement,” she said.

“This special event will showcase a range of panellists who are keen to connect with other local film industry practitioners to explore potential collaborations.”

Guest speakers and panellists include:

  • Trudie Leigo, Regional Arts Manager, RASN – CQUniversity
  • Warren Duxbury, Film and Television Educator
  • David Quarrell, Producer, Filmmaker and Cinematographer
  • Regina John Luan, Lecturer Digital Media, CQUniversity
  • Jolene Watson, RADF Officer, Bundaberg Regional Council

This is a free event.

Registrations are essential as light refreshments will be served.

Bookings close Friday 18 November 2022.

To register, visit

The Regional Arts Services Network is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Central Queensland University is serving as the Catchment Three RASN Provider from 2022 to 2025.

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