Andrea Ulbrick, Development and Production Executive with Screen NSW, will be coming to Information & Cultural Exchange, Parramatta, on Monday 10 October 2016 to deliver a presentation about Screen NSW’s Emerging Filmmakers Fund, also known as Generator or GEFF.
To be eligible for GEFF, Screen NSW will only consider applications that include a NSW-based female director. The applicant must be the producer. Screen NSW is committed to supporting increased participation of people from under-represented groups including women from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, people with disability, LGBTQI people, people from Western Sydney and people from regional NSW. Priority will be given to teams including people from these groups.
It’s important to note that your application will be assessed against the originality and distinctiveness of the idea and/or the story. You must also provide evidence that the project is fully developed and ready for production.
WHAT: Info session about Screen NSW’s ‘Generator’ Emerging Filmmakers Fund
WHEN: Monday 10 October 2016, 6-7pm
WHERE: Information & Cultural Exchange, Parramatta
WHO: Female directors working in factual, animation, experimental and fiction. Participants from Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and CaLD communities are encouraged to attend.
Book a spot at the Info Session and get a chance to speak to Andrea about your GEFF application.
To secure you place please call or email Barry Gamba at I.C.E.
Barry Gamba | Screen Cultures Producer
Information and Cultural Exchange (I.C.E.)
8 Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150 Australia
T: 02 9897 5744
E: [email protected]
More information can be found at:
Development and Production Executive
Level 5 | 323 Castlereagh Street | Sydney NSW 2000
GPO Box 7060 | Sydney NSW 2001
T: 02 9995 0974 | M: |0406 894 598