The Documentary Participant: At What Cost?
Subjects, Collaborators, Participants, Protagonists … how much do we understand about those whose lives become stories in a documentary?
Aging on Screen
This one-day conference is presented in partnership with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, one of the world leaders in research and advocacy for representation of women on screens.
Art & Activism – how to imagine in an unreal world
Meet the next generation who are advocating for systemic solutions to climate change. Youth activists are leading the charge for urgent policy and behaviour shifts, and asking what role creativity can play in helping us heed generational responsibility for the climate crisis.
Equal the Contest - World Premiere
When a filmmaker joins a new local women’s footy club in central Victoria, a simple desire to play becomes a complex journey of inclusion and belonging.
How to plan to be more sustainable.
Funding a safe climate future: Sponsorship and funding in the Arts.
Writing Blak Legacies: A First Nations Literature Gala
Celebrate the richness and cultural significance of First Nations writing with a special gala event marking the release of the University of Queensland Press’ First Nations Classics series.
Assembly for the Future
Led by The Keeper of Time, Alex Kelly, the Assembly is transported to 2029 to experience a powerful provocation before becoming future-makers themselves.
Impact and Distribution Masterclass - feat. Maya Newell
In this Masterclass, we will discover insights, lessons learnt, and cautionary tales from award-winning filmmakers and impact producers as we dissect detailed case studies of impact campaigns.