ABC TV announces the appointment of award-winning Indigenous film-maker and development executive Kelrick Martin to the role of Head of Indigenous starting 26 September 2016.
When: Saturday 10 September, 10am – 4.30pm
Where: AFTRS, Building 130, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, NSW 2021
Screen Australia has released the most significant study of diversity on Australian screens since television began in 1956, entitled Seeing Ourselves: Reflections on Diversity in TV Drama.
Five South Australian Aboriginal filmmakers have been selected to receive $20,000 each in funding along with mentoring and professional development from some of Australia’s leading film industry figures to make their own short drama.
The Yothu Yindi Foundation and NITV are pleased to announce the national Indigenous broadcaster as the official media partner of Garma 2016.
The Media RING was formed in 2008 and brings together many of Australia’s major media organisations with the shared purpose of developing and enhancing career opportunities for Indigenous Australians in the media. As industry leaders our aim is to build understanding through sharing knowledge, advocacy, and promoting the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories among our staff, our stakeholders and our audiences. The Media RING is a volunteer association of industry and screen organisations and the first industry group of its kind in Australia.
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