Screen Queensland presents Business Essentials 101 with Screen Producers Australia and the Australian Film Television and Radio School
Tuesday 30 April 2019
8.30am – 5.00pm
Rooftop Terrace, Brisbane Powerhouse,
119 Lamingston Street, New Farm
Cost: $150 per ticket
* Business Essentials 101 is valued at $250. Screen Queensland will subsidise $100 per guest *
NB: Discounts apply for sqhub members, Guild and SPA members
Seats are limited and registrations close 5.00pm Friday 19 April 2019
Screen Queensland in partnership with Screen Producers Australia and AFTRS will hold a Business Essentials 101 full day workshop in Brisbane on 30 April 2019.
The course will feature a selection of special guest speakers drawn from the business development, legal and production sectors, SPA policy executives and screen agency executives. Course sessions will be curated in consultation with Screen Queensland to address the needs of the state’s sector.
The SPA Business Essentials is presented in association with AFTRS and covers the commercial framework in which producers must operate. The course is designed to assist emerging and expanding screen practitioners to start, expand, develop, and grow a film and television business.
We highlight that this course will feature a new entrepreneurial module which will encourage innovation thinking and adaptive approaches for producers competing in an entrepreneurial commercial market. This new module will be delivered by leading screen start-up and entrepreneurial leadership specialist and producer Kylee Ingram.
The day will cover the following topics:
The Changing Industry Landscape & Working with the Agencies
- The role of SPA
- Industry Snapshot and new market opportunities
- Policy & industrial factors influencing the market
- Market data and Identifying Opportunities
- Incentives & Support
- The function of Agencies including a Q+A with Screen Queensland EVP Content Jo Dillon
Building a Commercial and Successful Screen Enterprise
- Legal Structure of business
- Legal structure of production
- Tax Incentives and Concessions
- Business Planning
- Finance and Cash flow
- Sources of funding
- Compliance & Risk Management
Screen Industry Insights & Research
- Latest ABS industry data
- Trends in Film, TV and Digital
- Audience Research
- Performance of Australian productions
“The Art of the Hustle”
- What is in the DNA of a successful producer?
- Know thy self- assessing strengths and weaknesses
- Enhancing leadership skills & Self sufficiency
- What to seek in a business partner/collaborator
- Strategy and goal planning
- Secrets for time management
- Developing the ‘soft skills’ for maximum communication: Confidence, resilience, tenacity and producing with integrity
Start-up Culture for Screen
- How to develop an entrepreneurial mindsets and business practice
- Adapting the Lean Startup model for your business
- Splitting the pie – working with other people and equity
- Identify funding models or partnership
- How to pitch- money and ideas
The day will be followed with an In Conversation with a local Brisbane producer.