ASE MOVIE NIGHT is a monthly event where editors show and discuss their work.

From ASE’s Nick Meyers:
“We at the ASE are starting up a new series of events where, just as it says above, Editors can show and discuss their work.
The plan is to establish a regular event at a regular venue. That way you know that each month on that day you can drop in to a MOVIE NIGHT, see some great work and get fascinating insights into its creation.
MOVIE NIGHT is still somewhat experimental and the format may change over time but I’d hope that it can cover all sorts of events and discussions about what we as Editors do.

Future MOVIE NIGHT evenings will include myself delving into “Sweet Country”, and examining its structural evolution, Andrea Lang ASE guiding you though the wild terrain of “We Don’t Need a Map”, and some Classic Australian Films from the past.”

ASE Movie Night for April has been confirmed, and this month we are very excited to bring you the acclaimed feature film “Sweet Country”. Nick will be unravelling some of the mysteries behind the edit of this Aussie Western.

Members of all film related guilds and AFTRS students are welcome and the evening is free.

So please join us for “Sweet Country”.
Monday, the 30th of April
AFTRS Main Theatre,
Nick will be talking from 8pm