L – R: 1. Dylan (Ed Oxenbould) holding his plane at the Tokyo Final in Paper Planes. Photo by Jane Bennett ©️ Arenamedia; 2. On the set of Slam. Photo by Megan Lewis ©️ Slam Film Holdings Pty Ltd; 3. Deborah Mailman and John Waters in Three Summers. Photo by David Dare Parker ©️ Three Summers Film Production Pty Ltd.
Production Design for Long Form Seminar
As a part of the Screenwest Bright Ideas initiative, Production Designer Clayton Jauncey will be hosting a one-day seminar to talk to emerging filmmakers who are making those steps towards long form production.
The aim of this session is to talk about the relationship of design and the storytelling process, the role of the Production Designer, and the collaboration with the Director.
“Production Design is an essential part of building a visual language,” said Clayton Jauncey. “I think it’s good to connect with emerging filmmakers and reassure them that there is a way achieving a look, even with limited resources.”
The session will also cover collaboration with the other key members of the production like Producers, Director of Photography and Costume Designer as creatives goes through long form drama development to production.
Date: Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm
Where: Post Irving Gallery – 114 Holland Street (Cnr Onslow) Fremantle
Expression of Interest to Attend
Session places are limited, interested applicants will need to apply with a recent CV and a short explanation of their career direction or types of projects they are hoping to move on to.
Please send all applications to Clayton Jauncey at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, 28 September 5:00pm AWST.
This session has been made possible by the Bright Ideas Initiative through the support from Screenwest and Lotterywest.
For more information about this event, please contact Clayton Jauncey:
About Clayton Jauncey
Originally trained as a photographer, Clayton moved into Production Design almost 25 years ago and in that time has worked in many genres and styles of film and television production.
Clayton has built an extensive list of credits as a Production Designer including the feature films The Furnace, Rams, Slam, Three Summers, Hounds of Love, Looking For Grace, Kill Me 3 Times, The Turning, Drift, Beneath Hill 60 (nominated for a 2010 Production Design AFI Award), Blame, Last Train to Freo, and Last Cab To Darwin and Paper Planes (which both received nominations for Best Film at the 2016 AACTA Awards).
Television projects include the US Sci-Fi series Hunters, the series The Principal (nominated for Best Tele feature or Miniseries 2016 AACTA Awards), the telemovies An Accidental Soldier (nominated for a Production Design AACTA Award 2013), Panic at Rock Island, Three Acts of Murder, Rapture of The Deep (Granada Germany), the critically acclaimed miniseries The Shark Net, and the AFI and Logie awarded television series Lockie Leonard.
In 2011 Clayton Jauncey was awarded the Australian Production Designers Guild award for design on a feature film for Beneath Hill 60.
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