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Register now for First Nations screen workshops in November

The South Australian Film Corporation is running two great workshops for First Nations screen creatives in November. Aspiring and experienced practitioners are encouraged to register to learn more about the pathways to a career in the South Australian screen industry.

Building Connections to Boost Your Career

The First Nations Building Connections to Boost Your Career workshop is an exciting opportunity for First Nations filmmakers at any stage of their career to learn how to build strategic and meaningful professional networks and pathways to work in the Australian screen industry. The workshop will focus on career development pathways.

Led by Tyme Childs, First Nations Executive, and Kath McIntyre, Industry Development and Training Executive, the workshop will cover:

  • Introduction to the South Australian Film Corporation
  • How to do a personal skills audit
  • Approaching mentors and networking opportunities
  • Pathways to work

 

A light supper will be provided.

Date: Tuesday, 14 November 2023
Time: 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start
Location: South Australian Film Corporation, 1 Mulberry Road, Glenside
Cost: Free, but places are limited

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is open to SA First Nations (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) practitioners only. It is expected that First Nations creatives engage with this unique and rare opportunity in an inclusive training setting aligned within industry practice to better inform and empower decision making and partnerships in screen business.

By registering for this workshop you confirm that you identify as a First Nations person (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) and will be available to attend both sessions.

First Nations Screen Creatives Business Leadership

First Nations screen creatives in South Australia can access tailored entrepreneurial business skills training through this exciting and highly informative two-day workshop, presented by the SAFC.

Delivered by award-winning creative industries specialist and business coach Monica Davidson, the First Nations Screen Creatives Business Leadership workshop will cover a range of topics, including business basics, intellectual property, collaboration techniques, diversification of income and self-accountability.

Over the two days, participants will also be taught how to provide peer coaching and will receive additional information, resources, worksheets and activities.

All South Australian First Nations screen creatives are strongly encouraged to engage with this unique and one-off opportunity in an inclusive training setting aligned within industry practice to better inform and empower decision making and partnerships in screen business

Dates: Saturday 18 November and Saturday 2 December 2023
Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm both days
Location: South Australian Film Corporation, 1 Mulberry Road, Glenside
Cost: Free, but places are limited.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is open to SA First Nations (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) practitioners only. It is expected that First Nations creatives engage with this unique and rare opportunity in an inclusive training setting aligned within industry practice to better inform and empower decision making and partnerships in screen business.

By registering for this workshop you confirm that you identify as a First Nations person (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) and will be available to attend both sessions.

Channel 44 is a proud partner of the South Australian Film Corporation on the SAFC First Nations Screen Strategy. Read more about the SAFC/C44 First Nations Internship Program, which provides 80-hour internships in which First Nations screenmakers are mentored across key creative and crew roles, including hands-on experience in television production, to learn new skills and create original content.