Are you an emerging or mid-career Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander screen creative in South Australia or Northern Territory with a big idea for a web series, TV series or feature? The Bunya Productions Creative Talent Incubator is now open for applications.
Presented in association with the South Australian Film Corporation and Screen Australia, the Bunya Productions Creative Talent Incubator is a three-day intensive workshop offering Indigenous producers, writers and directors a bespoke program of masterclasses and one-to-one mentoring with experienced industry practitioners.
The aim of the program is to identify and harness talent for film, TV and digital outcomes, and to advance the story ideas and skills of emerging and mid-career Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners.
Up to 10 creatives will be selected to attend the Incubator that will take place in Adelaide from November 29 to December 1, 2019. Screen Territory will provide travel assistance to Northern Territory applicants. The SAFC will provide travel assistance to regional or remote South Australian applicants, or applicants with specific access needs.
Indigenous producers, writers, writer/directors and director/producers living in South Australia or the Northern Territory are encouraged to apply.
Applicants need to have experience in the screen industry as a producer, writer or director, or have extensive experience in playwriting, literature, journalism, visual arts, performing arts, podcasting, virtual reality or digital.
Applicants must be available to attend the program in Adelaide. The ideas/scripts that the successful applicants bring to the workshop will remain their own property.
This workshop is supported by Screen Australia’s Enterprise Business and Ideas Program and the South Australian Film Corporation through the Centralised initiative.
Applications close Thursday 31 October, 2019 at 5.00pm ACDT.