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Regional Arts Victoria is delighted to announce a new project, Storytellers of the Flood, to be delivered with (AFTRS) Australian Film, Television, and Radio School during May. The project will involve a five-day workshop and filmmaking process and will take place at two regional schools whose communities were affected by the Victorian floods earlier this year - Kerang Technical High School and Charlton College.
The five-day program will include workshops, storytelling lesson plans, and hands-on filmmaking experience. It is hoped that each project will culminate in a local public screening of the short films produced.
Workshop leaders will be well-respected television director, Mandy Smith (Kerang) known for her work on classic Australia gems such as Something in the Air, Janus, Heartbreak High, and in Charlton, well-known Director Amiel Courtin-Wilson, who recently directed Bastardy, the tale of indigenous actor Jack Charles.
This is an incredible opportunity for two regional schools to experience the absolute best in filmmaking expertise.