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Tue, 05 Mar


Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House

UMRNHN Member Forum and workshops

Film making and Peppercorn Lease requirements - all in one day!

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UMRNHN Member Forum and workshops
UMRNHN Member Forum and workshops

Time & Location

05 Mar 2019, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House, 1 Hargrave Ct, Yarrawonga VIC 3730, Australia


About the event

10.00am - General networking

Arrive for a cup of coffee and something to nibble on and catch up with your colleagues before our first workshop.

10.30am - Reporting Peppercorn Lease arrangements in your Neighbourhood House

You have probably heard about the changes to the Australian Accounting Standards around Right of Use - that is, how NFPs report "peppercorn rent" arrangements in their financials. Cameron MacRae from NHVic will present the latest information and answer questions about how this may impact on your Neighbourhood House.

12.00pm - Lunch

1.00pm - Discussion about Network funds

The Network has some surplus funds available and the Committee would like your advice on what the best use of this would be. Keep an eye out for the survey that will be coming out soon.

1.30pm - Make a film for your Neighbourhood House using your mobile phone

Julie Johnston is the Networker from North East Neighbourhood House Network. She is also a film maker, having made several films for various projects in her Network.

Julie's workshop will cover how to make the best use of your smart phone for producing a film for your Neighbourhood House.

The first half of the workshop is about planning your film:

  • Who is the audience?
  • What is the purpose of the film?
  • What is the message?

The second part of the workshop is about capturing quality video:

  • framing
  • lighting
  • stabilisation
  • sound

Julie will talk about mini tripod options, lapel microphones and maximising the light you have without using portable lights, and will bring equipment for people to try.

The workshop is very hands-on, practical and a lot of fun. It is relevant for those wanting to make short films for promotion of programs, to capture Neighbourhood House events, funding submissions, campaigns, and testimonials about courses and programs.

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