Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund (GEFF) initiative will champion emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers

Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund (GEFF) initiative will champion emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers

Create NSW and SBS/NITV have announced that the second year of the Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund (GEFF) initiative will champion emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers. Applications are now open for short film proposals of up to 15 minutes duration. Proposals may include drama, factual/documentary, animation or experimental projects for SBS On Demand.

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Sydney City of Film

Bus Stop Films is expanding to Western Sydney in a partnership with I.C.E. Parramatta

Bus Stop Films is expanding to Western Sydney in a partnership with I.C.E. Parramatta

Bus Stop Films is taking its award-winning Accessible Film Studies Program for people with disabilities to western Sydney, in a new partnership with Information and Cultural Exchange (I.C.E.)

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Mining, culture and politics are unearthed in Undermined: Tales From the Kimberley

Mining, culture and politics are unearthed in Undermined: Tales From the Kimberley

In Undermined: Tales From the Kimberley, screening at Antenna Documentary Film Festival, award-winning director Nicholas Wrathall investigates the true costs of development in the world-famous Kimberley – where mega-mining and pastoral developments threaten not just the pristine environment, but more than 200 Indigenous communities and their peoples’ sacred links to Country.

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October 2018

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Have your say - National Arts and Disability Strategy

Have your say - National Arts and Disability Strategy

The Department of Communications and the Arts wants to hear from you about your experiences in the screen sector and how you think the participation of people with disability in the arts, screen and culture sector can be increased.

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Lynette Wallworth’s Virtual Reality work Awavena to premiere at Carriageworks following screening at Venice International Film Festival

Lynette Wallworth’s Virtual Reality work Awavena to premiere at Carriageworks following screening at Venice International Film Festival

Awavena, the remarkable new Virtual Reality (VR) work by Emmy and AACTA award-winning artist and director Lynette Wallworth, will have its Australian premiere at Carriageworks at Create NSW’s 360 Vision VR and AR Industry Event on 16 November 2018. A free public exhibition of the work will follow from 17 November until 9 December 2018.

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