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The MRC supports entry level through to emerging filmmakers with a range of production initiatives running throughout the year. Filmmakers, digital media and other screen practitioners will find unique opportunities to refine their skills and develop their practice.
Check our website regularly to stay informed as new production initiatives are confirmed.
Currently the following in kind and cash-funded production initiatives are open to financial MRC members in 2013:
3 x short films up to 8 min in length, produced in conjunction with Screen Australia to be broadcast on ABC
FxF (Frame by Frame)
Up to 3 x short animations in any medium, up to 5min in length
Up to 8 x music video clips produced in conjunction with Canon & Music SA
1 x short film up to 15 min in length, produced in conjunction with SAFC
’3 x ’science-themed minidocs up to 15 min in length, produced in conjunction with SAFC and CSIRO
Targeting teams 26 years or under, produce up to 4 x webseries of up to 4-6 episodes, sponsored by You Tube, premiering at the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival
As well as the following subsidised initiatives supported with in-kind equipment support…
Up to 3 x short films up to 5 minutes in length, in any genre
Sixty Second Stories
Up to 5 × 1 min films for entry into online film festivals
Please contact Shane McNeil
MRC’s Manager: Development & Programs for more information.
Think you’re the next Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry or Chris Cunningham? Then Clip It! is THE production initiative for you!
This initiative aims to assist emerging filmmakers to develop and produce engaging, entertaining short animations of up to 7 minutes in length in any genre.
Make Web TV! is a new production initiative that aims to assist MRC members develop, produce and market an original webseries, for online delivery and promotion via You Tube's global Partners' Program.
First Shot is an new and on-going production initiative that aims to assist MRC members develop and produce a short film, in any genre, up to 5 minutes.
Raw Nerve 2013 Applications Now Open
This new initiative aims to assist South Australian filmmakers to develop and produce an engaging and entertaining 1 minute film, in any genre or format, for online festival entry.
This exciting new program aims to assist *'establishing'* MRC members develop and produce an engaging, entertaining short film - of up to 15 minutes in length in any genre - for international festival entry.
This new initiative aims to assist entry-level filmmakers* develop and produce an engaging and informative science-themed documentary of up to 15 minutes in length.