To Celebrate NAIDOC Week, Metro Screen would like to share these deadly events and content with you, get involved.
This is a time to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year’s theme celebrates the 50th anniversary of the presentation of the Yirrkala Bark Petitions to the Federal Parliament. Check out the Local NAIDOC Events Calendar to find out what’s on near you.
OUR STORIES, OUR WAY, EVERY DAY – WEEK 02
A landmark television series of mini documentaries broadcasted weeknights from 6.30pm and on weekends at 7:00pm on NITV
FRIDAY 12TH JULY 6:30PM
AROUND THE TRAPS: REPEAT SHOW
SATURDAY 13TH JULY 7PM
NO UNEARTHED DUE TO NAIDOC BALL AIRING ON NITV
What’s Your Story?
Metro Screen in partnership with ABC Open are coming to the Central Coast to help you present your region on screen. We’re looking for local residents to make short two-minute doco’s to be seen online, on the big screen and maybe even TV! What’s your story?
We will be looking for stories across a broad spectrum – local characters, culture, history and indigenous stories. Special workshops have been designed to help you develop your doco idea and to make it – and we will provide all the equipment and support that you will need.
Make TV & Film
ARE YOU INDIGENOUS AND WANT TO WORK IN FILM OR TV?
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
If you’re interested and Indigenous, find out more at the free info session on the 6 August at the Metro Screen studios in Paddington.