As part of the Monster Fest Academy of Horror and Mayhem I’ll be speaking alongside screenwriters Shayne Armstrong & Shane Krause (6 MIRANDA DRIVE), Matthew A. Brown (JULIA), and Colin & Cameron Cairnes (100 BLOODY ACRES) about the rising demand for Elevated Genre — scripts that play with generic expectations and merge genres — and how it can help horror writers (both film and fiction) sell their work. Hosted by producer Mark Lazarus, it’s on Thursday 27th at 2:30pm at Yah Yah’s in Collingwood. All the details here:

For anyone hoping to break in to the field, this should be unmissable.

Running in conjunction with Melbourne’s Monster Fest Film Festival this year, the Academy of Horror and Mayhem is an incredible week-long symposium covering every aspect of film-making with panels on screenwriting, directing, film-financing, pitching, SFX, casting, working with actors, crowd funding, and distribution and marketing, and more from Monday 24th November to Friday 28th November.



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