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Upskill Your Smartphone Self-tapes
with Angela Blake

The session

Actor, singer, dancer and Director of SmartFone Flick Fest, Angela Blake, presents Upskill Your Smartphone Self-tapes.

This one-hour masterclass provides you with a series of tips and tricks to optimise your smartphone for self-taping. Get the best possible quality out of your device and understand what accessories are on the market to make your self-tapes look first-class without the need for expensive AV gear.


World Monologue Games (WMG) and SmartFone Flick Fest (SF3) Members are welcome to register to this Zoom workshop for free. If you're not currently a WMG Member, feel free to sign up via the WMG homepage.

Scroll down to register. Please do not register unless you are 100% committed to attending, otherwise you are taking someone else's space.

The tutor

Angela Blake is a Sydney girl who grew up dancing, singing and acting from the age of four. The last few years have seen her working as an actor primarliy in film and TV. Credits include the recurring role of the Duty Nurse on Season 6 of Channel 7 and Foxtel’s, A Place To Call Home, Love Child Season 1, Top of the Lake Season 2, From All Sides and Deadly Women Season’s 9 & 10.

As a director, Angela’s first play was Eating Out, which she also co-wrote and produced in LA. Since then she has won the Wildcards and Audience Favourite Award for the short play Weeing on a Stick at the 2012 Short+Sweet Festival. She worked with writer Adele Shelley to turn this into a film. In 2015, she directed her very first Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, for Sydney Classic Theatre Company and was also Assistant Director for immersive theatre company Mongrel Mouth’s The Age of Entitlement. As an actor she has also shot ads for Elgas, Keystart, Queensland Bananas and Verizon Wireless.

Angela has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Journalism  from QUT and a Master’s in Creative Writing from UTS. She is a published author and her essay, Her Name, is in the 2022 UTS Writer’s Anthology. She is currently writing her second feature film plus a stack of shorts she plans to shoot on her iPhone! In 2016, her 1 minute iPhone film, The Circle Game, was a finalist in the Mobile Film Festival in Paris, the Miniature Film Festival in Vancouver and the Flash Film Festival in Berlin, plus it just won Best SmartPhone Film at the Buddha International Film Festival in India. Since then she has had films screened at festivals the world over including the Dublin Smartphone Film Festival, MINA and the Splendid Vision Film Festival. 

She Co-Founded SF3  in 2015 and over the past 9 years has spearheaded their education program. 

Timing
This session is held on Fri 16 June at 8pm AEST and runs for 1 hour.

Australian Eastern Standard Time is the time zone for Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne. Please check your local time to ensure you will be able to attend prior to registering.
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