Information + Cultural Exchange and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) have maintained an exciting and beneficial partnership since 2016, bringing the industry professional teachers from AFTRS to Western Sydney, and facilitating the pathways of Western Sydney screen creatives to engage in further studies at AFRTS in Moore Park.
- Screenwriting workshops with screenwriter/story producer Sarah Walker
- Comedy writing with comedian/screenwriter Tim Ferguson
- Creative writing masterclass with international author, Courttia Newland
- Strategic partnership on Produce Perfect
Placements in AFTRS courses include:
- Danielle Stamoulos (Produce Perfect) in Multiplatform Story & Design Intensive
- Ebube Uba (Afro Sistahs), Cindy El Sayed (Sydney Queer Muslims On Screen) and Pelenatete Smith (Pacific Noir) in ‘Introduction to Screenwriting’
- Nurul T (Sydney Queer Muslims On Screen) in ‘Introduction to Producing’
- Annie Brockenhuus-Schack and Esosa Edmonds (Produce Perfect) in ‘Impact Producing’
If you would like more information about AFTRS Partnership, you can get in contact with Barry Gamba at I.C.E. for more details
Producer, Screen Cultures
02 8821 9158
- Rowan Woods and Amber Todd (mentors) working with emerging directir Anthony Khouri, Blind Act (mentee).
This is a partnership with AFTRS.
I.C.E., Screen Cultures is supported by Create NSW and major Government Partner, Screen Australia.