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Entries Open for 27th WA Screen Awards

FTI are pleased to announce that entries for the 27th WA Screen Awards are now open.

Entries are invited from Western Australian filmmakers and games developers across 33 categories, with many categories offering a choice between long form and short form production.

FTI members receive a 50% discount on entry fees.  If you’re not a member already, then you can sign up as part of the entry process.

Entries will close at 5pm on Monday, April 20.

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ICS Round Open

The Indigenous Community Stories program provides a unique opportunity for Indigenous Storytellers and communities to record their lives and histories on film. ICS films and archives the stories, accomplishments and reflections of Indigenous people and communities across Western Australia.
 
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Roslyn Walker Appointed As Director Of Screen Production At FTI.

 
FTI is very pleased to announce the appointment of Roslyn Walker to the position of Director, Screen Production. Ros is responsible for overseeing the consolidation and growth of FTI’s Screen Production Support Program which sits within our Sector Career Development strategy.
 
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Professional in Residence Program 2015

Professional in Residence Program

FTI is thrilled to have a program whereby experienced high profile professionals from the film or television industry spend a month long residency at FTI. During these months members of FTI, SPA, ADG or AWG or other industry associations will be able to book a one-on-one half hour consultation session with the professional. During these sessions our professional will provide feedback on a project or script that participants may currently have in development or give career advice. Our professionals in residence so far have been:

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Reg Cribb Professional In Residence 2015

Reg Cribb is an accomplished writer for the stage and screen.  Reg has won the Patrick White Playwright’s Award, two WA Premier’s Literary Awards, the major WA Premier’s award, a NSW Premier’s Literary Award and a QLD Literary Premier’s Award.  He has been nominated for many more awards including four AWGIEs and two AFI’s for Best Adapted Screenplay. Reg adapted his play LAST CAB TO DARWIN as a feature film, which has recently completed shooting. Directed by Jeremy Sims, the film stars Michael Caton and Jackie Weaver..

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Sue Taylor Professional In Residence 2015

Sue Taylor has been a filmmaker for over 25 years. working across all types of productions ranging from documentaries, television drama and feature films.

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Peter Templeman Professionals In Residence 2015

Academy Award nominated Peter Templeman released his debut feature Not Suitable for Children to four-star reviews in 2012, sustaining an eight-week run incinemas around the country, and receiving an AWGIE award for best screenplay, four AACTA nominations and five nominations for the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards.Peter’s short films have won a remarkable thirty-nine major festival awards, between 2004 and 2007.

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Paul Barron Professionals In Residence 2014

 

Paul Barron – September 2014

Acclaimed film and television producer, Paul Barron was FTI’s next “Professional in Residence”.

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Claire McCarthy Professional in Residence 2014

Claire McCarthy  - June 2014

Accomplished writer / director / producer Claire McCarthy was FTI’s inaugural Professional in Residence. Working from FTI’s new offices in the State Library of WA, Claire provided one-on-one script, project and general career advice to emerging or mid career screen artists.  
 

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