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November 2021

Screenworks’ Discovering New Voices – Romantic Comedy – Applications

November 5

Screenworks’ Discovering New Voices program has turned its attention to romantic comedy, inviting applications from regionally-based screenwriters aiming to develop features and series within the genre. Delivered in partnership with Hoodlum Entertainment, and supported by the Screenrights Cultural Fund, Discovering New Voices – Romantic Comedy is a three-stage program is designed to train writers from regional Australia, with participants and project teams also vying for the opportunity to be paired with Hoodlum Entertainment for up to a month to develop…

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APDG Awards

November 7 @ 6:00 pm
Online

The Australian Production Design Guild (APDG) will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its awards in 2021, in a virtual event hosted by Steph Tisdell. This year’s awards have an extensive 23 categories, including the traditional live performance, film, television, event, animation and costume design awards, in addition to new categories that include set decorators, screen graphic designers and live performance video designers.

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Screenworks and Netflix Regional Crew Trainseeship Program – Applications

November 8

Screenworks has opened applications for the first year of their Regional Crew Traineeship program being delivered in partnership with Netflix with the support of the NSW Government. This new entry-level initiative will provide trainees with a paid opportunity to learn about the screen industry and develop their knowledge through a mix of professional on-the-job work placements backed up by on-campus training units at TAFE NSW Lismore. Four selected trainees will complete their traineeships over the course of 12 months and…

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Film Lab: New Voices – Applications

November 10

South Australian development program Film Lab: New Voices is again open for applications from creative teams, with First Nations practitioners being encouraged to apply. Delivered through the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and Adelaide Film Festival, in collaboration with Mercury CX, the initiative will offer three filmmaking teams the chance to develop and produce a feature film to premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival 2024. At least one member of every filmmaking team – producer, writer and/or director – must…

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Asia Pacific Screen Forum

November 11 - November 16

The Asia Pacific Screen Forum will explore new connections and models of filmmaking under the theme The Influence of Production on Story. This topic will be explored through a series panel discussion and interactive case studies. The forum will also feature masterclasses, screenings, roundtable discussions and one-on-one meetings and mentorships across Asia Pacific. The new Asia Pacific Screen Forum Steering Committee is crafting a diverse and accessible program with industry at its core. Facilitated by Tracey Vieira, chair of the…

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Asia Pacific Screen Awards

November 11
HOTA, Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall Road
Surfers Paradise, Queensland 4217 Australia
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The 14th Asia Pacific Screen Awards will present Awards in thirteen categories: · Best Film · Best Animated Film · Best Documentary Film · Best Youth Film · Best Screenplay · Best Cinematography · Best Actress · Best Actor · Best Director · Cultural Diversity Award · Young Cinema Award · FIAPF Award · Jury Grand Prize Nominees in the 14th Asia Pacific Screen Awards are determined by the 2021 International Nominations Council, a group of screen professionals drawn from…

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Revelation Perth International Film Festival City of Vincent Film Project – Applications

November 15

The Revelation Perth International Film Festival commissioning collaboration with the City of Vincent provides $7,000 to three local filmmakers to produce a non-fiction short (10-min or less) highlighting a story from within the municipality. Successful filmmakers are mentored through the process from start to finish, receiving guidance on technical requirements, storytelling fundamentals, post-production techniques, and marketing and communication strategies. The films will screen at a special gala during the 25th annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival, which is taking place…

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Casting Guild of Australia Awards 2021

November 20

The annual Casting Guild of Australia Awards will return as a virtual ceremony in 2021 via Facebook on Saturday 20 November. Launched in 2015, the CGA Awards is the only casting awards ceremony in the southern hemisphere that celebrates and recognises casting across all mediums including film, television, advertising, theatre and online content. The annual awards ceremony seeks to acknowledge and support the critical role casting directors play in bringing together great casting opportunities both on a national and international…

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AIDC FACTory International Pitching Forum – Applications

November 24

AIDC’s centrepiece pitching event, the FACTory provides a platform for documentary and factual projects from around Australia and the world. Up to 15 teams are selected to present their work to leading international decision makers, including funders, streamers and broadcasters, as well as key sales agents and distributors. In 2022, the FACTory will continue to leverage increased access to decision makers enabled by hybrid in-person and online delivery. Applications are now being accepted for projects including features, singles, and series…

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December 2021

ADG Awards

December 3
Actors Centre Australia, Forum Performance Precinct, Piazza Level, Italian Forum, 30A/23 Norton Street
Leichhardt, NSW 2040 Australia
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The Australian Directors' Guild has announced that the 2021 ADG Awards – in the guild’s 40th anniversary year – will be held in Sydney on December 3 at the Actors Centre Australia in Leichhardt. The ADG Awards recognise excellence in the craft and art of directing, as well as honouring individual contributions by Australian screen directors to the screen industry. The awards cover the breadth of screen directing with categories across feature film, documentary, television, subscription video on demand, commercial,…

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AFTRS Talent Camp 2022 – Submissions

December 6

The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is calling for applications for Talent Camp 2022. Now in its third season, Talent Camp 2022 is a partnership between AFTRS, Screen Australia, South Australian Film Corporation, Film Victoria, Screen Queensland, Screen NSW, and Screen Tasmania. With a focus on building crucial screen skills across industry sectors, Talent Camp 2022 will be a two-part project: one centred on narrative screenwriting, producing and directing for comedy and drama, and one on documentary directing…

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The Screen Fund

December 24

The Supporting Cinemas’ Retention Endurance and Enhancement of Neighbourhoods (SCREEN) Fund provides support to independent cinema operators who have experienced significant declines in revenue due to COVID-19 in the form of one-off grants, up to $85,000. The SCREEN Fund is a capped $20 million fund.

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