Screenworks and Screen Queensland are inviting all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People with an interest in screen stories and filmmaking to come along to a community consultation evening to find out more about the Make it FNQ: Creating Screen Stories initiative.
Make it in FNQ: Creating Screen Stories is a free, six-month program of Indigenous-led storytelling and concept development workshops, open to emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants.
Come along to find out how to get involved in the program. You'll hear from Douglas Watkin (Content Director, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Program, Screen Queensland) and independent film producer Dena Curtis of Inkey Media and be able to ask them questions and pass on your suggestions.
Make in FNQ: Creating Screen Stories aims is to support emerging FNQ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander screen creatives to identify and prepare their stories for screen and foster key networks in the Australian screen industry for them.
Participants will be encouraged to develop their screen story idea, collaborate with others and work on their project pitch materials. At the conclusion of the program, participants will present their story ideas and pitch materials to National Indigenous Television (NITV) for live and confidential feedback.
Please come along to find out more, rub shoulders with fellow filmmakers, meet your hosts and ask your questions. We're looking forward to seeing you there.
Make it in FNQ: Creating Screen Stories
Community Consultation and Feedback evening
Hosted by Screenworks and Screen Queensland
Friday November 6th 6:00PM - 8:00PM (AEST)
Due to covid restrictions this event won't be catered.
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