Screen Australia and Nitv announce six shorts funded via No Ordinary Black initiative

Screen Australia and Nitv announce six shorts funded via No Ordinary Black initiative
Screen Australia and Nitv have unveiled the six projects that will share in more than $600,000 of production funding under the No Ordinary Black short film initiative.

Aimed at bringing First Nations stories to the screen, No Ordinary Black is run in partnership Screen Nsw, Screen Territory, Screen Queensland and Screenwest.

The program brought together eight teams for a virtual development workshop in July last year, from which six successful projects were selected to go into production for Nitv.

Screen Australia’s CEO Graeme Mason said the agency was proud to support the creators in taking the next step in their careers.

“Each of the six teams has created the kind of bold and ambitious stories that are exactly what we are looking for, with captivating scripts that explore a range of themes, including family, identity, childhood, belonging, and adventure,” he said.

Nitv head of commissioning and programming Kyas Hepworth said
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