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Breakfast Briefing with Transmission's Andrew Mackie and Richard Payten

You’re invited to join Andrew Mackie and Richard Payten, Joint Managing Directors of Transmission Films, and Screen Producers Australia CEO, Matthew Deaner, as they discuss distribution and sales of the film Lion.

Richard and Andrew’s 23-year partnership has seen them release over 180 films and generate over $340 million at the box office. The films they have acquired and distributed have won 9 Palme d’Ors, been nominated for 51 Academy Awards and received over 220 AACTA nominations. They have handled the release and marketing campaigns for over 100 Australian Films.

Transmission has released such films as The King's SpeechAmourSamson & DelilahThe Railway ManCalvaryShameTracksMr TurnerHolding The ManSuffragetteCarol and Brooklyn.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to find out more about the world of distribution and sales. 

8.00 - 8.30 am       Guests arrive and network. Light refreshments served buffet style.
8.30 – 9.00 am       In Conversation.
9.00 - 9.30 am       Audience questions. Networking and Finish.

DATE: Tuesday 04 April, 2017
TIME: 8.00am to 9.30am
VENUE: Stage 3, Fox Studios Australia, 38 Driver Avenue, Moore Park NSW *Please Note Venue Change to Stage 3*

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Please note: American Express is not accepted.

Cancellation Policy: Refunds are given for any cancellations made up to 48hrs prior to the Breakfast Briefing, and are subject to a 25% administration fee. Refunds are not given after this period.

The Screen Producers Australia’s Breakfast Briefing series provides an informal forum for the screen industry to meet, network, stay connected and be inspired.

SPEAKERS

Transmission Films is a leading independent film distributor bringing the best local and international films to Australian and New Zealand audiences.

Joint Managing Directors Richard Payten and Andrew Mackie launched Transmission in 2008. Since then Transmission has released such films as The King's Speech, Lion, Amour, The Railway Man, Calvary, Shame, Tracks, Mr Turner, Holding The Man, Suffragette, Carol and Brooklyn.

Richard and Andrew previously ran both Dendy Films and The Globe Film Co. Their 23-year partnership has seen them release over 380 films and generate over $400 million at the box office. The films they have acquired and distributed have won 9 Palme d’Ors, been nominated for 60 Academy Awards and received over 220 AACTA nominations. They have handled the release and marketing campaigns for over 100 Australian Films. Other films they have released during their careers include Boy, The Painted Veil, Quartet, Beneath Hill 60, An Education, Mr Holmes, Le Week-End, Blue is the Warmest Colour, 20 Feet From Stardom, Dead Man, Control, The White Ribbon, Charlie & Boots, Samson & Delilah, Antichrist, The World's Fastest Indian, Good Night And Good Luck, The Guard, Volver, Secrets & Lies, Swimming Pool, Fish Tank, Love & Friendship, Super Size Me, Rabbit Proof Fence and Strictly Ballroom.

Transmission Films is a leading independent film distributor bringing the best local and international films to Australian and New Zealand audiences.

Joint Managing Directors Richard Payten and Andrew Mackie launched Transmission in 2008. Since then Transmission has released such films as The King's Speech, Lion, Amour, The Railway Man, Calvary, Shame, Tracks, Mr Turner, Holding The Man, Suffragette, Carol and Brooklyn.

Richard and Andrew previously ran both Dendy Films and The Globe Film Co. Their 23-year partnership has seen them release over 380 films and generate over $400 million at the box office. The films they have acquired and distributed have won 9 Palme d’Ors, been nominated for 60 Academy Awards and received over 220 AACTA nominations. They have handled the release and marketing campaigns for over 100 Australian Films. Other films they have released during their careers include Boy, The Painted Veil, Quartet, Beneath Hill 60, An Education, Mr Holmes, Le Week-End, Blue is the Warmest Colour, 20 Feet From Stardom, Dead Man, Control, The White Ribbon, Charlie & Boots, Samson & Delilah, Antichrist, The World's Fastest Indian, Good Night And Good Luck, The Guard, Volver, Secrets & Lies, Swimming Pool, Fish Tank, Love & Friendship, Super Size Me, Rabbit Proof Fence and Strictly Ballroom.

Matthew Deaner is our Executive Director. Matthew sits across all aspects of Screen Producers Australia's advocacy work, industrial negotiations, events and operational issues. He also works closely with our Council to set the strategic direction of the organisation as well as identify and execute new business development opportunities.