Production skills to go from film/TV to games and back again

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Screenhub gets the lowdown on working in production in film, television and videogames from two producers who've done it all.

The Australian screen industries are more exciting, more unstable, and more competitive places to work than ever. In an industry that relies on freelancers more and more heavily, it can be hard for an emerging producer to make their mark. Do you pick a specialisation and knuckle down, or do you spread your time across a lot of projects? Film, games, or television? And what kinds of production roles are out there, in these rapidly changing industries? How can an aspiring producer make their creative portfolio stand out? Never fear: screenhub talked to two standout producers with experience across film, television and games, about the pros and cons of working in each discipline – or across multiple disciplines. 

Jini Maxwell

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