Opportunity to tell your stories
Posted: August 16th, 2013
The Film & Television Institute (FTI) in partnership with ScreenWest, Rio Tinto, Leighton and Ngarda Civil & Mining is calling for applications from Indigenous communities, families and individuals who are interested in recording, preserving and archiving the stories, accomplishments and reflections of their community members.
Indigenous Community Stories is an initiative, which is aiming to film 100 Western Australian Indigenous stories and digitally archive them for future generations to view over the next 100 years and beyond. FTI is keen to hear from community coordinators or representatives who want to have their community’s stories recorded.
To find out more and to get your application, visit the FTI website. Applications are due on 6 September.
Earlier this year, YMAC participated in this initiative in three different communities. Check out some of the photos here, or read more below:
Pilbara Traditional Owners record stories for future generations
Yamatji stories preserved for future generations