TV Comedy: How to do it! at ACMI

Posted on 05 December 2011

“Life’s easy, comedy is hard.”
(George Bernard Shaw)

**Wednesday, 7th December at 5.30pm (doors open 5:15pm)**
**Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)**

An insightful panel session looking at the why, wherefores and eternal dreams of perfecting Australian Television comedy.

Television comedy is one of the most difficult program forms to perfect, this panel will discuss through anecdote, analysis and “War Stories”, the often perilous path through concept, script writing, production and marketing of successful Television comedy.

With a stellar cross-generational panel of TV comedy Luminaries; Adam Zwar (Lowdown, Wilfred), Tim Ferguson (DAAS Kapital, Shock Jock, The Cheeky Monkey), Lee Zachariah (The Bazura Project, Hell Is for Hyphenates) and chaired by Marc Gracie (The Adventures of Lano and Woodley, Full Frontal, WTF).

TV Comedy. How to do it! Will take you through the looking glass of Australian Television comedy production.

This Television comedy panel session will take place at ACMI on Wednesday, 7th December at 5.30pm (doors open 5:15pm).

Tickets for TV COMEDY are available for purchase at the ACMI box office located in Federation Square.

Prices are as follows:
* Full $10
* Concession $7
* ACMI Members $5
* **Open Channel Members Free**

For further information regarding this event call Open Channel (03 8610 9300) or ACMI on (03) 8663 2583.

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