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Four grant recipients will receive up to $500 in total to support the costs of the competition. This may include registration fee and camera/equipment rental. This may not include payment of cast and crew. Per the 48 Hour Film Project official rules, all cast and crew must be volunteers.
Submissions open Tuesday 15 August 2017.
Closing date is Friday 22 September 2017 at 11:59 pm.
Successful and non-successful recipients will be notified by email by Friday 29 September.
To be eligible for the grant, at least one key creative member of your filmmaking team (Director, Writer, Producer, Editor, DOP etc) must identify as Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD)*, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
Filmmakers must demonstrate that they are capable to participate and deliver a film as part of the Adelaide 48HFP by describing their team’s backgrounds and skills. For new filmmakers collaboration with a seasoned filmmaker/s will be viewed favourably.
Demonstration of how the grant will contribute financially towards the team’s participation in the Adelaide 48HFP by providing a production budget and quotes for equipment hire.
Filmmakers must reside within South Australia at the time of the competition, out of state and international applicants will not be permitted.
*Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) is a broad and inclusive descriptor for communities with diverse language, ethnic background, nationality, dress, traditions, food, societal structures, art and religion characteristics. CALD people are generally defined as those people born overseas, in countries other than those classified by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) as “main English speaking countries”.
A panel of industry representatives will shortlist applicants and select up to four grant recipients based on the selection criteria. Selectors must declare any conflict of interest and not be part of the selection process of teams with which they have an affiliation.
The selection committee’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The selection committee is not required to discuss the reasons for their decisions or give feedback. The successful and non-successful recipients will be notified by email by Friday 29, September 2017.
Any documentation requested must be correctly submitted in order to be considered for the award.
The 48HFP Adelaide reserves the right not to fund any of the submissions presented in a particular year if it does not meet selection criteria.
All applications to be submitted online, no applications will be accepted by mail.