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Screen Australia can allocate Enterprise funds to special initiatives. These initiatives leverage finance from third parties in order to grow the funding pool available to practitioners.

Developing the Developer

Who: Industry professionals with some track record in story or new work development and who identify as First Nations Australian, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD), living with disability, and/or LGBTQI+.
What: A four-day workshop led by Industry professionals offering the opportunity for up to 10 participants to enhance their screen story development skills.
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Enterprise people - Pinocchio Targeted Placements

Who: Screen Australia and Wooden Boy Productions will support two specialist creatives in stop motion animation and/or puppet fabrication to spend six months in Portland, Oregon USA, working on Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio.​
What: Two creatives; one specialising in puppet fabrication and one in animation, with up to $50,000 to cover travel and living costs for duration of placement.
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Enterprise PEOPLE – Rideback Targeted PlacementS

Who: Screen Australia and Rideback will support two creatives of fictional content from diverse/underrepresented communities and backgrounds to spend six months in Los Angeles working across development and production at Rideback. 
What: Two creatives; one emerging and one mid-career, with up to $50,000 to cover travel and living costs for duration of placement. 
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Gender Matters: Brilliant Pitches

Who: Female applicants with mid-high level experience in episodic or one-off productions in the screen sector (television, online or feature film) that have been produced and distributed to audiences.
What: Twelve individuals or teams (maximum 2 females per team) will be selected for each of the three workshops held in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
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Who: A producer or director who is eligible to apply for Story Development funding or; an emerging writer who has an ‘eligible fiction credit’ as a writer on a short fiction film that has screened at an eligible festival; or an animator with one significant key creative credit; or a development executive, script editor or script consultant with recent high-level industry experience.
What: From $3,000 to $40,000
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