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Audience and Industry Development grant recipients announced
31 January 2020
A Whyalla film festival, an Aboriginal screen showcase tour of regional SA, and a new SA screen industry networking event are among the recipients of the SAFC’s latest round of Audience Development and Industry Development grants.
The six recipients are:
Industry Development Grant Recipients
- Screenworks 2020 – Writing for TV Intensive Workshop
Access for two South Australian writers to attend the workshop in NSW in May 2020, including accommodation and travel.
- Cronwickey & Co – Story Hack: Digital Storytelling
A one-day workshop and networking session in Adelaide for professionals and students on storytelling for digital platforms.
- Australian Writers’ Guild SA Committee – Tuesday Talks featuring TV Talks
A monthly meet-up at the Media Resource Centre for Adelaide screen practitioners featuring an exclusive live stream of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School’s (AFTRS) popular TV Talks sessions from Sydney. The first event is on 4 February – find out more here.
Audience Development Grant Recipients
- Country Arts SA – Nunga Screen 2020
Formerly known as Black Screen, this free showcase event of films by South Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers will tour to 10 new regional communities in 2020. Expressions of interest are open to 28 February for film submissions – find out more here.
- Michal Hughes – Whyalla Film Festival and 60 Second Film Competition
A community oriented film festival and short film competition run as part of Whyalla’s popular Unearth Festival, including short filmmaking and skills development workshops. Find out more here
- Epic Films – First Day Screening Tour
South Australian screening tour of new SA filmed children’s television series First Day, about a transgender teen, with director Julie Kalceff and star Evie Macdonald.
- New Audience and Industry Development Grant recipients announced (24 July, 2019)