Nearly forty FTI members gathered in the State Library Theatre on April 8 for our AGM.
Congratulations to Lauren Brunswick, who was elected to join the Board and Michael McCall who was re-elected to continue in his position.
It was the most competitive election for board positions for many years which demonstrates the interest and enthusiasm that we are building around FTI and the work that we are doing to enhance the vibrancy of the WA screen sector.
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.
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.
FTI is a member of the Screen Network and gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia, ScreenWest & Lotterywest. FTI is also pleased to receive the support of organisational partner; Coopers Brewery.