Metro Screen filmmakers successful with funding

Three out of the four just announced successful NSW Film and Television Office [NSW FTO] Young Filmmakers Fund [YFF] applicants are from Metro Screen.

Grey, by Producer Tristan Waley and Writer/Director Luc Anthony looks at the twists and turns of sibling rivalry set against the backdrop of the Australian bicentennial.

Luc Anthony and Tristan Waley came through Metro Screen’s Raw Nerve first time filmmakers scheme last year with their quirky short ‘Composure’
Brother Boys, written by Sydney Morning Herald sports writer Jessica Halloran and Simon Blyth, tells of two indigenous boys who dream of becoming professional rugby league players. Producer is Stephanie Dickson and Director is Simon Blyth. Simon Blythe is also a previous Metro Screen Raw Nerve recipient with his highly successful short ‘Father’s Day.
Moon Man is a fairy tale about crime and violence in the big city, to be produced by Emma Salkild with Writer/Director Brooke Goldfinch.Brooke was successful in gaining Metro Screen Jump Start subsidy for her films. Jump Start gives $45,000 annually.
Congratulations and good luck to our wonderful filmmakers.
To view new work by Metro Screen filmmakers attend our graduation screening July 12 at the Chauvel cinema from 4.30pm [free] and to become a successful Metro Screen filmmaker call us today! [there are a few places still left on our Certificate IV in Screen for mid July start]
[release from Metro Screen]

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