14 January 2009


It's hard to believe that the holiday season has come and gone and here we are into a new year. We are now planning new puppetry courses, as well as launching a brand new puppetry broadcast company this year, so stay tuned.

Despite all the troubles in the world, I remain extremely optimistic for 2009. I believe this will be a year for great opportunities and the year we shall put puppetry firmly on the webcast market!

But firstly, our first Puppetry for Film and Television Course for 2009, will begin in Sydney on 25 February and run until 22 April.

Gary Friedman Productions presents a unique opportunity to learn the art of puppetry for the camera in Australia.
The course is suitable for film-makers, performers, puppeteers, teachers and others interested in learning about puppetry for the screen. The course will include design and construction of puppets, manipulation for the camera, developing scenarios for performance, voice characterisation, and the directing of short performances.

Participants will develop, perform and direct their short scenarios for a course DVD.

Venue: The Wesley Institute for the Arts, 5 Mary Street, Drummoyne, in Sydney

Dates: Eight consecutive Wednesday evenings from 25 February to 22 April 2009 (Excluding Wed 8 April) Time: 6pm to 9pm

Cost: *$749 (including materials)

*Early-bird: $50 discount for all bookings before 31 January 2009

To check out a short film of the course, click here!
For bookings or more information, contact me here!

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