The SAFC has launched an inclusive approach to skills development for screen content makers with disability under the banner of FULL TILT, the starting point for driving change across the industry to achieve greater inclusion for practitioners with disability to develop their craft.
FULL TILT Attachment Program
The FULL TILT Attachment program opens opportunities for filmmakers with disability to undertake paid attachment positions in SAFC-supported productions. Call out for the SAFC FULL TILT Attachment program will be done on a project by project basis.
SBS FULL TILT Short Documentary Initiative
The SBS FULL TILT Short Documentary Initiative, an exciting new production initiative for South Australian filmmakers from underrepresented communities to produce a short documentary for premiere on SBS On Demand, with the potential for broadcast on SBS Viceland.
The SAFC in partnership with SBS, will support the development and production of up to three stand-alone short documentaries for premiere on SBS On Demand.
Each short documentary will be produced by a different team.
The initiative will prioritise diverse filmmakers, with two out of the three key creatives in each team (based on a team of writer, director, producer) coming from underrepresented communities and at least one member of the key creative team being a filmmaker who is Deaf or with disability. If there are only two key creatives, one member of the key creative team must be a filmmaker who is Deaf or with disability.
The short documentaries should illuminate the lived experience of disability and can be factual, factual entertainment or entertainment content, told in an original and compelling way.
The FULL TILT production initiative aims to showcase the diverse talents and stories of South Australian filmmakers whilst providing them with an opportunity to establish working relationships with Australia’s multilingual broadcaster, SBS.