Screen Australia gives funding for 12 projects and talent development

Screen Australia has announced new development funding for12 projects.

Over one million dollars will be given to Screen Australia to fund seven  feature films, one TV and one virtual reality project .

The feature films receiving funding include: The Wedding Officer, Relic, Fruit Pickers and From The Cutting Room of Barney Kettle.

Nerida Moore, senior development manager, said in a statement: “Literary adaptations continue to feature prominently in our development funding rounds with author Kate de Goldi crossing over into film and the prolific screenwriter Andrew Knight adapting Anthony Capella’s hugely popular period romance novel. We’re also delighted to support promising emerging talents like Natalie Erika James, whose project Relic has garnered significant interest since receiving Gender Matters funding last year.”

Digital projects which have received funding are: Awake – First Contact, Get Grubby, Jade of Death and Method.


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