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Almost $100,000 Awarded Through Territory Screen Grants by on :Filmmakers from across the Territory are set to share more than $80,000 through the latest round of Screen Territory grants to help get their projects onto the small screen. Screen Territory director Penelope McDonald said the latest round of grants funding would support four local film projects, totalling $81,632, and $15,000 will go to the Indigenous Remote Communications Association to present this year’s 15th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival in Ntaria, near Alice Springs.
“It’s very encouraging to see so many great projects receive funding in this round,” Ms McDonald said.
“Territory film producers are creating good opportunities with strong stories, know-how and partnerships, as well as support from domestic broadcasters - there are some great collaborations.”
The four funded film projects include:
• $40,000 - Brindle Films for 8MMM Aboriginal Radio