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SIGHTLINES  CONFERENCE

 

Sightlines: Filmmaking in the Academy 2023

 

​The University of South Australia’s Creative People, Products and Places Research Centre (CP3) in collaboration with the Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association (ASPERA), is pleased to announce the fourth Sightlines festival to be held from June 29-30 in Tarndanya, Adelaide, South Australia.

 

This event will run alongside the 2023 Australian Screen Production, Education and Research Association (ASPERA) conference, to be held at Flinders University in Adelaide from June 28-29.

 

Sightlines 2023 will be part festival and part symposium.  It continues to have two main purposes: to showcase the full range of screen production that occurs in the higher education sector; and to contribute to the development of screen production as an academic research discipline. The focus of this event will be screenings and demonstrations of screen-based creative practice research (showcasing completed works and works in-progress), drawing in practitioners working with an array of platforms and methodologies.

The event will be held on and around UniSA's City West Campus.

Registration

Registration for Sightlines is now open. 

The conference registration fee gives you full access to the preceding ASPERA conference, as well as Sightlines.

Three days – Sightlines & ASPERA Conference– full $350 +booking fee, student $175 +booking fee (includes catering)

Single day - Sightlines/ASPERA Conference – full $200 +booking fee, student $100 +booking fee (includes catering)

Please note that ASPERA member institutions will be able to send 2 x delegates to the event at a reduced rate. If your institution is an ASPERA member,  talk to your institutional ASPERA contact for more information. 

You only need to register once to attend both Sightlines and the ASPERA Conference.

Register with Humanitix

Program

View the program here. (Please note that this is subject to change.)

A digital program featuring research statement, abstracts and bios will be available closer to the event dates.

Keynote

Lisa Scott is a multi-award winning producer of quality scripted drama through her company Highview Productions. Her recent productions include A Sunburnt Christmas for Stan and the series The Tourist, which premiered on Stan, BBC1 and HBO Max in early 2022 to critical acclaim and was the most watched drama in the UK last year. 

 

 

Wine Tour on Saturday 1st July

Please consider joining us on Saturday 1 July for a tour of the South Australian Film Corporation facility, followed by a full day wine tasting and luncheon experience in the McLaren Vale wine region. This is
sure to be a memorable day out! Click here for more info and tickets.
 

Accommodation 

We recommend staying near the Adelaide Train Station / North Terrace. Nearby hotels include Oaks Adelaide Horizon Suites, Grosvenor Hotel, Stamford Plaza and Holiday Inn.

 

For more information contact: sightlines@aspera.org.au

 

 

 

 

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