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AFTRS Indigenous

Koori Club O-Week 2018

AFTRS Indigenous supports and identifies pathways for talented Indigenous storytellers.

With a long and proud history of providing deep learning in film literacy and the broadcast industries enabling our storytellers to be authorities of their craft, AFTRS is a national and global leader in education and training.

Supporting Indigenous storytellers is important to AFTRS, which is why when we relocated from North Ryde to Moore Park the decision was made to incorporate the Tjamu Tjamu Indigenous art wall into the fabric of the building.

Contact the Indigenous Unit on (02) 9805 6514 or indigenous@aftrs.edu.au

Indigenous initiatives

Indigenous Scholarships

Indigenous Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit or equity.

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Talk Talk

An AFTRS Indigenous podcast about Indigenous language and storytelling

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Black Talk

Conversations with leading Indigenous filmmakers and industry peers.

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Short course subsidies

Subsidised positions into AFTRS short courses.

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Storytelling For Factual

A workshop for aspiring producers and directors who wish to develop high level story structure and writing skills.

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First Nations Freelance Filmmakers Survival Kit

A workshop that will empower Indigenous screen practitioners to take charge of their freelance careers and creative businesses.

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