Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE)Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE)
Website http://ice.org.au/ Description
Works at the intersection of arts, community and technology in one of Australia’s most dynamic regions – Western Sydney. Through digital stories, film, urban music and any other medium with a pulse or a pixel, ICE projects tell the stories of this extraordinary place.
Internet Movie Database (IMDb)Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
Website http://www.imdb.com/ Description
Online database of information related to movies, television shows, cast and crew featured in visual entertainment media.
Metro ScreenMetro Screen
Website http://www.metroscreen.org.au/ Description
The leading independent screen learning and development hub in NSW. Metro Screen provides broad support for emerging and professional talent in the Australian screen industry; delivering education, production funding, industry networking, equipment and studio hire with post production and new media services. Working with over 100 projects annually across film, television, online and portable media, Metro Screen champions diversity, creative storytelling, and nurtures the screen culture of Australia.
Pathways and ProtocolsPathways and Protocols
Website http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/filmmaking/Indigenous_protocols.aspx Description
Filmmaker’s guide to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and concepts.
Regional Screen OfficesRegional Screen Offices
Website http://screen.nsw.gov.au/index.php?page_id=19&type_id=1 Description
Screen NSW has engaged a number of Regional Screen Offices (RSOs) to deliver a screen production attraction, facilitation and local industry development service in throughout NSW regions as part of a Regional Screen Office network in NSW.
For information and contact details of these RSOs, visit the Regional Screen Office Contacts page.
Screen Australia Indigenous DepartmentScreen Australia Indigenous Department
Website http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/about_us/Depts/Indigenous.aspx Description
Actively identifies and nurtures talented Indigenous Australians and provides funding opportunities for them to participate in the film, television and interactive media production industry. Aims to fund projects that display bold, distinctive authorial voices that are diverse and culturally engaging and also takes a proactive role in shaping and influencing the policy environment for issues affecting Indigenous screen content creators.
Screen Australia Indigenous ProgramsScreen Australia Indigenous Programs
Website http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/funding/indigenous/ Description
Support creatively ambitious projects and people, and imaginative, resonant stories authored by Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers may apply to any Screen Australia program in addition to the funding programs of the Indigenous Department.
The Black BookThe Black Book
Website http://www.theblackbook.com.au/ Description
The portal to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media and arts in Australia, The Black Book Directory lists more than 2,700 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations working in the arts, media and cultural industries.
The LoopThe Loop
Website http://www.theloop.com.au/ Description
Web portal for your creative professional life.
The Media Reconciliation Industry Network Group (Media RING)The Media Reconciliation Industry Network Group (Media RING)
Website http://mediaring.org.au/ Description
Media Ring was established in 2008 when, in an industry first, broadcasters, producers, funding bodies and training organisations formed a collective that aimed to support and promote reconciliation in the media sector. The Media RING is about harnessing the ample goodwill, knowledge and experience in the media industry to develop practical measures that deliver real outcomes for Indigenous Australians. The work of Media RING is fully supported by Reconciliation Australia.
Media organisations across the country are galvanising their efforts towards reconciliation as Media RING goes from strength to strength.
For more information and a full list of members visit the Media RING website.