Last night at the Screenability Program Opening Night at Sydney Film Festival, Create NSW launched the SCREENABILITY FILMMAKERS FUND, a new fund to develop short films made by people living with a disability in key creative roles. Create NSW will contribute $30,000 each to three projects and will appoint an Executive Producer.
As part of Sydney Film Festival’s Restoration program, Samantha Lang’s Cannes nominated film, The Well, returns in stunning form. This vivid and vital Australian film, that boasts a strong female cast and crew, offers more than ever 20 years on.
Screenability NSW is Create NSW’s flagship program which aims to raise the profile of people with a disability in the screen industry. In this interview we catch up with our intern, Dieter Knierim, who has edited Eurovision with SBS.
Five tips for getting started on a short film for REC Ya Shorts
REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival 2017 is now nearly two months into its workshops program on the Mid North Coast. Young people across regional NSW are encouraged to enter a short film before the deadline of 21 August 2017.
Last Men in Aleppo is an unforgettable and visceral portrait of White Helmet volunteers toiling amidst the rubble of the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo. A Grand Jury Prize winner at Sundance, not to be missed.
FREE: Friday 16 June, 2.00pm, The Hub, upstairs at Town Hall: Screenability to hear about the inspiration behind their films, and be part of the discussion on what is next for Disability Cinema. Moderated by Sofya Gollan.