SCREEN TALES is brought to you by the team behind LORNE FILM.
LORNE FILM is a film entity created in 2013. It has a festival arm that has run five successful film festivals from 2013 - 2019, including screenings, events and workshops.
LORNE FILM was also behind the development and production of the supernatural cult thriller THE UNLIT - with further titles e.g THE TUTOR and THE PLOVER'S CRY in development.
SCREEN TALES was developed - and is facilitated by DARREN MARKEY.
The founder and director of LORNE FILM, Darren has written, directed, produced and acted in some 13 stage productions with his 2001 production of THE WATCH IN THE WINDOW earning critical acclaim from the national press.
During 2002 - after he completing his first screenplay, LILLY - Darren travelled to Hollywood where he got lost in a giant martini somewhere on Sunset...
Darren’s supernatural thriller script, THE TUTOR, recently did the rounds at Cannes and is slated for production in 2020. Darren was writer and associate producer on the feature supernatural thriller, THE UNLIT – due for release in 2020.
A trainer with over ten years experience, Darren's emphasis is on keeping participants engaged and entertained, with a style that resonates with those he trains. He loves all things film and strives to share this passion with those around him - ensuring a quality experience.
Don't miss out on the wonderful opportunity to become part of this unique online film experience!
To register your interest - and to find out more - please visit our CONTACT PAGE via the link below.
Or you can contact us directly on:
0401 387 176
Either way - DON'T MISS OUT!
SCREEN TALES by LORNE FILM - become a part!
As a special introduction to SCREEN TALES we would like to offer you access to the material below.
One is an introductory powerpoint - giving more information about the workshop.
The other is the handbook participants will be using for the first session - WHAT IS STORY. Once participants are registered for the workshop this handbook will be forwarded in a word.doc as well.