Fellows & Honorary Degrees
AFTRS funds daring and adventurous creative screen projects through its annual Creative Fellowship ...More about Creative Fellows
The 2015 AFTRS Indigenous Creative Fellowship is open for applications nowMore about Indigenous Fellows
- The 2015 AFTRS' Honorary Degree was awarded to broadcaster Philip Adams
- The 2015 Creative & Indigenous Fellowships were awarded in June, 2015 to the following practitioners:
- Sari Braithwaite (Creative Fellowship)
- Rachel Perkins (Indigenous Fellowship)
- AFTRS Creative Fellowships will not be offered in 2016.
Last updated: March 24, 2016
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