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Call out for Deaf and disabled writers and producers for Post-Producer Attachment

03 December 2020
Emerging cinematographer Paul Vagnarelli (centre right), who is profoundly Deaf, worked as camera attachment on Wanted season 3 with star Rebecca Gibney, multi award-winning cinematographer Mark Wareham and producer Tom Hoffie.
Emerging cinematographer Paul Vagnarelli (centre right), who is profoundly Deaf, worked as camera attachment on Wanted season 3 with star Rebecca Gibney, multi award-winning cinematographer Mark Wareham and producer Tom Hoffie.

South Australian Deaf or Disabled writers and producers are invited to apply for a Targeted Diversity Attachment on an upcoming factual series.

The Post-Producer Attachment will be a short-term, paid position, starting in February 2021. The position will be based at the SAFC’s Adelaide Studios. Flexible working hours can be arranged.

No prior post-production experience is required, however the candidate must have strong research and written communication skills and be familiar with Microsoft Office programs. Demonstrated commitment to the South Australian screen industry will be highly regarded.

Applications can be made via an Expression of Interest and will close on Monday 4 January 2021. To discuss your access needs please phone Jess Cahill, SAFC Programs Co-ordinator on 8 8394 2029 or email programs@safilm.com.au

The Targeted Diversity Attachment scheme supports the SAFC’s mission to build a more inclusive screen industry in South Australia, by providing paid, on-set experience for diverse key creatives and crew. Find out more about the program here.

Submit your Expression of Interest through the SAFC’s online grant portal: safilm.smartygrants.com.au

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