The Big Screen Symposium has announced three close-up sessions with presenters, but you’ll need to act quickly to access them.
The sessions are with Korean director So Yong Kim, Aussie director David Michod and local producer Carthew Neal.
So Yong Kim will discuss relationships that have sparked key moments in her own career; Michôd will discuss relationship with other filmmakers, with particular focus on the Blue-Tongue Films collective; and Neal will focus on the producer and the dynamics of producers’ relationships.
The sessions are free to BSS ticket-holders, but limited to 15 participants each. It’s first in, best dressed so – if you haven’t bought your ticket yet – now’s good. The sessions will only be available to those who hold tickets at 9am Monday 25 September.
All the info is here.