We approached Film Victoria to propose the placement because the agency had already been proactive in addressing the skills gap by funding the DAF StoryWorks program earlier this year. I also knew they were aware that Victorian documentary filmmakers are struggling to find experienced local impact producers to bring on to their projects, so we were able to build a pretty compelling case that the placement would benefit a growing Victorian screen business, while also creating employment opportunities for the successful applicant and building local capacity for this work.
Who should apply for this opportunity and what are you looking for in a candidate?
They might have a background in documentary filmmaking or have worked in a distribution, exhibition or festival environment. They need to be a tenacious self-starter and a relationship builder who can balance the big picture with nitty-gritty campaign execution. They will be highly organised, process oriented, tech savvy and quick to learn. They communicate clearly in a professional manner, have strong writing skills and can distill information. They should be a rigorous researcher with an eye for detail and hold themselves to high standards of work.
And they need to be comfortable juggling numerous tasks and navigating competing priorities.
What can the successful candidate expect from the placement and what will GoodThing Productions gain from this? They can expect to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment alongside industry professionals who are committed to excellence, love doing purposeful work and enjoy developing and supporting emerging talent.
This includes producing content, project managing, working strategically with partners on screening events and campaign activities, through to interfacing with audiences, spokespeople and advocates. By offering this placement, GoodThing hopes to develop a long term working relationship with a practitioner committed to building a career in impact producing who brings skills, insights and perspectives that complement those of our existing team.
Tell us about the four documentaries the Impact Producer Placement appointee will be working on. What are the key topics, themes or inspiration behind them? It explores what the future would look like by if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted these solutions into the mainstream. The Australian Dream is a theatrical documentary that uses the remarkable and inspirational story of AFL legend Adam Goodes as the prism through which to tell a deeper and more powerful story about race, identity and belonging.
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- Lost in the Funhouse (The Anchor Literary Library).
Like My Brother is a feature documentary about ordinary girls with extraordinary talent on a quest to play footy for real. Our Safe Haven tells the story of Kosovar refugees sent to Australia in , seen through the eyes of those who worked with them. You worked with Damon Gameau on That Sugar Film , which was heavily impact-driven, educating people on the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body. What was your measure of success in terms of impact both within Australia and abroad, and what learnings from that film are you bringing to your four new documentary projects?
The entertaining stylistic approach spoke to a mainstream audience of kids and adults alike, which helped the film break out and kept it on cinema screens for months. During the theatrical window, we had extensive coverage across every major Australian media outlet and key international ones, which sparked a broad national conversation about the impact of sugar on our health and wellbeing. Another key goal was to take the film into schools and local communities, particularly in regional areas.
The tools and resources we created to support audiences to change their dietary habits have been widely shared and adopted in several settings. On the policy front, we rallied our community to amplify existing campaigns for changes to school canteen guidelines and tighter regulations for marketing junk food to kids. Advanced search Search history.4840.ru/components/android/vupyv-whatsapp-nachrichten.php
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