Friday On My Mind – Peter Stubbs, Special Effects Supervisor

Posted on Oct 18, 2012 in Friday On My Mind

Friday 19 October: Special Effects are part of the magic and mystique of motion pictures. Peter Stubbs has had a long and
significant career as a commercials, film and television Special Effects Supervisor, creating the on-set effects of
some now classic Australian films including Malcolm, Dogs in Space, Death in Brunswick, Chopper and more
recently Balibo and Animal Kingdom. He was also pivotal in devising the powerful true to life graphics for the
original TAC commercials. It was his excellent reputation locally that also secured him work on international
productions including Ghost Rider staring Nicholas Cage, Spike Jonze’s adaptation of the inspiring children’s
book Where The Wild Things Are and the Spielberg TV mini-series The Pacific.
Using specifically selected clips, Peter will provide rare behind the scenes insights as he reflects on his
extensive thirty year career and will discuss where he sees the future of SFX in Australia.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) serves up fresh, free and topical mind food for screen
arts and broadcast practitioners and enthusiasts alike every week at ACMI. Hosted by Sandra Sdraulig, former
CEO of Film Victoria and Director of the Melbourne International Film Festival, Friday on My Mind is FREE and
open to all.
Come along and enjoy the informed and film literate host as she discusses creative practice with a range of
interesting guest practitioners each and every Friday throughout the year. The latest details on guests appear in
AFTRS’ weekly Victorian Red-Alert e-bulletin, which you can sign up to receive it via the AFTRS’ website:
AFTRS WEBSITE: www.aftrs.edu.au/
RED ALERT: www.aftrs.edu.au/redalert
Friday on My Mind / Every Friday @ 5pm for FREE
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia
FREE tickets can be picked up from the ACMI Box Office on the day of the event from 10am.
Places are limited: First in best dressed. Sessions are usually Unclassified 15+ but on some occasions will
include 18+ material. Get your Friday fix of ideas and insight from some of the best in the business …

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