Boost your skill set with AFTRS Winter Intensives, June - July 2019

Katrina Hughes, 3rd June 2019
Whether you’re an industry professional needing to boost your skill set or just starting out and keen to explore a new side of your creativity, AFTRS Winter Intensives will give you relevant practical skills and knowledge to help you progress your career.


Book early for the 10% Early Bird discount. Enrolling now!


Feature Documentary, 17–21 June

  • Get serious about your feature length documentary idea and learn how to develop a project the correct industry standard way.

Lighting Intensive, 17–21 June

  • Learn basic lighting skills in cinematography and how they apply to the visualisation of a story or concept.

Narrative Comedy Intensive, 17–21 June

  • Tim Ferguson, one of Australia’s most successful comedians, unlocks the code to comedy writing.

Filmmaking Intensive, 24–28 June

  • Take a short film script from page to screen in just five days working in AFTRS’ state-of-the-art film studio and facilities.

Screenwriting Intensive, 24–28 June

  • Write a completed short film script in five days, while learning the fundamentals of screenwriting.

TV & Radio Presenting, 24–28 June

  • Develop your own unique, on-air personality and learn skills to progress your career in the media in this hands-on course.

Prop Making & Scenic Art, 01–05 July

  • Learn the practical skills required for scenic art, set finishing and prop-making for film and television productions.

Radio Studio, 01–05 July

  • Learn essential radio skills from experienced radio industry professionals and gain the confidence to begin your career in radio.

Writing for TV, 15–19 July

  • Learn the fundamentals to devise an original TV drama or comedy series, including basic plotting skills and how to generate ideas.


Enrolling now


Contact us: AFTRS, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, Sydney, NSW 2021 [email protected] /1300 065 281

AFTRS is a valued partner of the CBAA.

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From film-making and digital animation to blood and guts movie make-up, screen music and HSC video skills, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has you covered this July holidays.


Join AFTRS at their annual Open Day on Saturday 10 August and learn how you can turn your passion for storytelling into a career. Hear from industry professionals about careers in film, tv and radio. Meet and speak to students and their award-winning staff. Visit their world-class facilities and get hands on in our workshops.


Community radio volunteers and staff who would like to upskill with courses at Australia’s premier radio school can now apply for a grant to cover the cost of the study (sponsored).