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Art Gallery of WA and FTI team up to preserve WA’s Indigenous Art

Art Gallery of WA and FTI team up to preserve WA’s Indigenous Art

Two projects designed to assist Indigenous West Australians preserve and maintain ownership of their culture have joined together to film interviews with leading Indigenous artists from the Kimberley.

The Art Gallery of WA’s (AGWA) Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then & Now is a six-year research program to map current and emerging Kimberley Aboriginal art practices. The program is supported by principal corporate partner Rio Tinto.

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FTI Sound Out Ric Curtin to Teach WA Screen Practitioners

FTI Sound Out Ric Curtin to Teach WA Screen Practitioners
 
FTI have engaged multi award winning sound designer, Ric Curtin to share his extensive knowledge with emerging WA screen practitioners in a new six-week short course.
 
Titled, “Essential Film Sound with Ric Curtin” the course will run every Tuesday evening from 28 October to 2 December at FTI in the State Library of WA.
 
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FTI Announces Funding & More to Develop WA Games Industry

FTI has announced it will provide the only funding in Australia available to WA games makers as part of the organisation’s new games program that was launched today.
 
The funding will come through access to FTI’s One Off Member’s Production Fund (OOMPF) that offers two $5,000 grants and one $10,000 grant to encourage and develop emerging creative teams. Both game and film makers, who are members of FTI, will be eligible to apply for the next round of OOMPF funding, which is expected to open in late 2014.
 
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FTI Seeks Screen Production Executive

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
 
FTI is excited to announce that we are looking to engage an experienced Screen Production Executive to join our team.
 
This opportunity will suit someone with a high level of knowledge, experience and networks in screen production – someone with a track record of getting deals done and getting things made – who has a passion to pass on the benefits of their experience to the next generation of Western Australian filmmakers.
 
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New Laws Get Filmmakers Flying

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority has proposed changes to the regulations governing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (or drones) to allow smaller (sub 2kg) aircraft to be operated commercially without a license. 
 
Whilst these small aircraft might only be able to carry a GoPro, low budget productions will now be able to achieve the type of shots that were previously exclusive to large scale, commercial productions.
 
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Pitch Your Way to SPA

PITCH YOUR WAY TO SPA
 
FTI is seeking expressions of interest from Producers to take part in film pitching competition, PITCHFACE to win a trip to the Screen Producers Australia (SPA) Conference in Melbourne.
 
The PITCHFACE winner will receive a one day entry to the annual SPA Conference and $1000 towards airfares and accommodation from FTI.
 
At the SPA Conference they will be able to pitch their film projects to industry investors as part of the Holding Redlich Pitching Competition.
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FTIs PAC Script Lab presents “As the World Falls Down” by Burleigh Smith

FTI’s PAC Script Lab is pleased to present a live reading of Burleigh Smith’s new feature film script, AS THE WORLD FALLS DOWN.
 
AS THE WORLD FALLS DOWN tells the story of Cassandra, a single mother desperately searching for answers as her mind deteriorates.
 
A dedicated school teacher, Cassandra doesn’t hesitate to intervene when she learns one of her pupils is being beaten by their foster father. But as a disastrous series of events unfolds, Cassandra’s strength and determination are put to the ultimate test.
 
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We Picked a Winner

Perth based game designer Jacob Janerka has made an international impact with his alpha demo of ‘paradigm’, his most recent game development project. 

Paradigm is an adventure game set in post apocalyptic Eastern Europe which follows a mutant protagonist and an evil sloth antagonist, it has already raised over $10,000 of its $14,000 kick starter goal, with 19 days of the campaign remaining. 

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Neighbours Producer, Neal Kingston returns to Perth to help emerging filmmakers

Neal Kingston, the producer behind iconic Australian TV show, Neighbours, is returning to WA to help local screen artists ‘make it’.   
 
Neal will present two FTI masterclasses that demonstrate to emerging filmmakers, how they can successfully produce TV serials and low budget features.
 
Producing Serial Television” will take place next Wednesday evening, 24 September at FTI in the State Library of WA and will cover the process of running a daily serial drama.
 
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2014 Screen Sector Workshop

2014 Screen Sector Workshop
 
What’s your vision for the future of FTI?
 
At FTI, we’re thinking something that takes inspiration from:
 
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