"The course takes a big thinking approach. That was so beneficial to me to be able to change the way I thought about and approached things, and to take a broad look at the whole ecosystem and how it all fits together. It really shook up my thinking.”
The first recipients of the Netflix Indigenous Scholarship Fund have been announced, with a trio of First Nations students to be supported in their screen studies at AFTRS.
The Australian Film Television & Radio School has named the five scholarship recipients to continue their education across the screen and broadcast sectors at the school.
Former Screenworks CEO Ken Crouch may have only started at Screen Australia in February, but he has already undergone a title change.
First Nations media executive Dot West, late writer/director Shirley Barrett, and showrunner, writer, and director Tony Ayres have received honorary degrees from the Australian Film Television and Radio School.