Together with Pink Pepper Productions, Ramu Productions and Kiwi company Brown Sugar Apple Grunt, Screenwest has launched an initiative that will see eight Western Australian Indigenous female writer-directors develop an anthology feature film that will explore the impact of missing Indigenous women from a female Aboriginal perspective.
Taryne 'Pinky' Laffar has officially launched her own production company, Pink Pepper, boasting a diverse slate that includes a full docuseries based on 'Our Law', a comedy web series created by Clarence Ryan, feature film 'RED', and a six-part TV drama.
Writer-director Antony Webb and producer Jaclyn Hewer's 'Carmentis' has won the $5,000 CinefestOz Short Film Prize.
Kodie Bedford, Debbie Carmody, Jub Clerc, Kelli Cross, Karla Hart, Chantelle Murray, Ngaire Pigram and Mitch Torres are the eight writer-directors who will helm 'RED', the feature anthology from Pink Pepper, Ramu Productions and Brown Sugar Apple Grunt, which will explore the theme of missing Indigenous women.
Prolific screenwriter, script producer and story editor Kelly Lefever is juggling multiple projects - not least a deeply personal series about disability
Screen Australia and NITV have unveiled the six projects that will share in more than $600,000 of production funding under the No Ordinary Black short film initiative.
Three Western Australian LGBTQIA+ web series will begin production next year after each receiving $100,000 funding from Screenwest and Screen Australia's Out Now initiative.