03mar5:00 pm8:00 pmArt for Art's sake Money for God's Sake | Q&A with Tim Sanders5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Alere Function CentreAudience:Alumni,Career Counsellors,Donors,Employers,Future students,General Public,Government departments & agencies,High school students,Industry partners,International students,Recent graduates,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers
Join us for 'Art for Art's Sake... Money for God's Sake' a Q& A with Tim Sanders TUESDAY 3 MARCH 2020 5.00pm | Welcome drinks and nibbles 5.30pm | 'Art for Art's Sake...
Join us for ‘Art for Art’s Sake… Money for God’s Sake’ a Q& A with Tim Sanders
TUESDAY 3 MARCH 2020
5.00pm | Welcome drinks and nibbles
5.30pm | ‘Art for Art’s Sake… Money for God’s Sake’ Q&A with Tim Sanders
6.30 – 7.30pm | Networking drinks
Limited spots available.
Alere Function Centre, Level 2, The Hub
Flinders University, Bedford Park
The Flinders University map is available here, Alere Function Centre is located at H10.
About Tim Sanders
A Flinders Arts alumni who was featured in 2016’s Flinders 50 Creatives, Tim Sanders is an impressive screen producer with over 35 years of industry experience. Two British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTAs) Awards, an Australian Film Institute (AFI) award, an MTV award and a Golden Globe nomination are some of the prestigious international prizes that Tim has won over the years.
He has worked on a number of New Zealand’s most ambitious movie productions, including the award-winning films Whale Rider, Perfect Creature and The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring. This repertoire is in addition to over 30 feature films or major television projects including the ambitious mini-series Fallout, The Frighteners, Kiwi Flyer and the dystopian TV series This is Not My Life which won a 2011 Aotearoa Television Award for Best Drama Programme.
He has worked in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Vietnam, Philippines, Nepal, Thailand, India, Israel, Fiji and Rotaronga, just to name a few. In 2014, he launched film production company Field Theory – with The Guinea Pig Club based on the revolutionary WWII work of plastic surgeon Archie McIndoe and The Yarrabah Brass Band, the story of the re-formation of Australia’s first ever Aboriginal brass band – amongst his first projects.
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Alere Function Centre
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