Screen Queensland commits over $142,000 to assorted programs
Screen Queensland has today announced an injection of over $142,000 in funds to fuel the development of a number of projects.
Screen Queensland CEO, Bryan Lowe, made the announcement this morning and said both television and feature film projects would be supported as well as the short film festival SIPFEST.
“We are excited to be funding new television concepts from leading Queensland production companies Hoodlum Active and Wild Fury as well as a second series of Jonathan M Shiff’s Reef Doctors,” he said.
“Hoodlum are a ground breaking EMMY, BAFTA and LOGIE award-winning team who have found innovative ways to engage global audiences across multiple platforms and are now active in drama production.
“We have also been active in supporting feature film development, including a romantic comedy Music of My Life about a couple looking for love in all the wrong songs, and Help a voyeuristic thriller,” he said.
The short film festival “SIPFEST is part of the Surfers Paradise Festival and produced by the Surfers Paradise Alliance and will receive Screen Queensland financial support,” he said.
Full list of recipients receiving funding support in the current funding round are:
TV Conceptual Development Program
Changing Minds – Wild Fury Pty Ltd
Reef Doctors Series 2 – Jonathan M Shiff Productions Pty Ltd
In the Shadows – Hoodlum Active Pty Ltd
Sally Wortley – Production Manager – Comic Book Heroes
Business Development Grant
Ludo Studios Pty Ltd
Project and Business Development Program
The Torres Straits – Bunya Productions Pty Ltd
7 Days Later – Ludo Studios Pty Ltd
Music of My Life – Papermoon Productions
Help – Katia Nizic
Plague – Visionquest Entertainment Pty Ltd
SIPFEST (Shorts in Paradise) – Surfers Paradise Alliance