Metro Screen can get you started
- Free short courses in digital, TV, and film skills
- Scholarships in production management and producing
- Help to develop your story idea into a script
- Funding to make a short documentary for broadcast on NITV
- Funding to make a short film or transmedia project
- Tips on working with community
Metro Screen has a long track record of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are just starting out on their screen careers, including:
- Wayne Blair – The Sapphires (Director) Redfern Now (Director and Actor). Wayne made his first two short films Fade 2 Black and Jublj with us.
- Elizabeth Goie Wymarra – Elizabeth’s first short film The Biggest Port was screened at the Message Sticks Festival and her second production Woollo screened on ABC TV.
- John Bell – Writer and co-producer of Gods of Wheat St and writer Redfern Now (ABC TV) made his first short film Justice for One with us.
- Adrian Wills – Writer and Director credits include Redfern Now, Boxing for Palm Island, Gods of Wheat Street and Rush. Adrian made his first two short films Angel and Dare 2 Dream with us.
“Metro Screen gave me an opportunity, and more importantly an opportunity where I would be trained. I had the story in me and Metro Screen provided me with the chance to put my story onto the screen.”
Wayne Blair, Director of The Sapphires.
For more info: Call David Opitz on 02 9356 1818 or firstname.lastname@example.org