Previous Attachment Recipients

KATE LA GRKate La GrecaECA

1st Assistant Camera Attachment | The Wrong Girl | Commenced April 2016

Kate was attached to the A Camera 1st Camera Assistant on The Wrong Girl, A television drama produced by Playmaker Media. Kate has been offered work on this production until the end of their shoot.

Jane Sullivan, Line Producer: “Thanks Open Channel for finding a great attachment, so good we have given her a job at the end of her attachment. It has worked out well for everyone involved.”

Kate La Greca, Attachee: “Open Channel’s attachment program provided me with an opportunity to be trained and mentored by highly experienced film and TV professionals. The experience has not only been educational, but it has also opened doorways to future employment and invaluable network connections.”


SEBASTIAN BROADBENT

Editing Department Attachment | Year 12 Diaries | Commenced April 2016

Sebastian Broadbent was Attached to the editing department of Year 12 Diaries, a Television Documentary series produced by Princess Pictures. Sebastian was offered on going work on this project.

Karla Burt, Producer: “Don’t you love it when a program works?! Yes, the Open Channel Attachment program has been an absolute success for us. Firstly, I was impressed with the calibre of applicants Open Channel provided us and now our selected intern has turned into a valuable and permanent member of our editing team. Win win I’d say!”

Sebastian Broadbent, Attachee: “Open Channel’s editing attachment with Princess Pictures has afforded me an incredible opportunity to become involved in the post-production of a major long-form documentary series in its beginning stages. Working with a talented and committed team has been a terrific introduction to the industry and I look forward to developing my skills and experience as an editor on this unique production as it progresses.”


 

ASHLEA RITCHIE

Producers Attachment | Emo (The Musical)  | Commenced January 2016

Ashlea Ritchie competed a Producers Attachment supervised by Lee Matthews, Producer of feature film Emo (The Musical). Ashlea is now perusing her own projects.

Lee Matthews, Producer: ‘There is no doubt that this is a great initiative that can kick start the careers of future filmmakers. Receiving direct exposure to funded productions will help these practitioners better understand what’s involved, and help them decide whether they’re desired careers are truly for them.”

Ashlea Ritchie, Attachee: “Looking back on my time with Producer Lee Matthews the biggest learning curve was gaining insight into the world of funding bodies and all of the requirements and responsibilities that come with the support of Screen Australia and Film Victoria.”