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Funding programs

Indigenous Producer internship program 2017

Who: Indigenous practitioners whose careers would benefit from an attachment to a person, production or organisation
Eligibility: Quick view
What: Each company will be granted around $50,000–70,000 per year as a contribution to the salary of the Indigenous Producer placement
Guidelines: Go to page

[Black space]: web series production

Who: Indigenous talent, with big ideas at a production ready stage. As part of the Black Space initiative the successful teams will attend a two day workshop focussed on marketing online content. Each series will be made entirely for online delivery in conjunction with YouTube and Facebook.
Eligibility: Quick view
What: Up to $200,000, and key creatives must be available to attend the two-day online marketing Workshop being held in June 2017.  
Guidelines: Go to page

Indigenous internships

Who: Indigenous practitioners whose careers would benefit from an attachment to a person, production or organisation
Eligibility: Quick view
What: Up to $10,000, supported by a budget
Guidelines: Go to page

Indigenous Travel grants

Who: Indigenous filmmakers whose project has been selected for a key international or Australian festival or award, or where travel to an event would help advance the practitioner's career or project slate
Eligibility: Quick view
What: Up to $6,000 for international travel and up to $5,000 for travel within Australia
Guidelines: Go to page

Next Step

Who: Production companies run by Indigenous practitioners who have some track record in initiating and producing successful projects, and a vision for where they want their business to be in two to three years, but who are not yet at a stage where they can apply for Screen Australia Enterprise funding
Eligibility: Quick view
What: Up to $200,000 in total over two years
Guidelines: Go to page

Special initiatives

The Indigenous Department has previously allocated funds to initiatives designed to address specific objectives. This includes targeted practitioner development programs, as well as short drama and documentary initiatives providing opportunities for talented Indigenous filmmakers and storytellers in other media to develop their skills and experience as a stepping stone to longer formats and more sustainable careers. View past initiatives here 

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