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Screen Australia’s IndiVision

Screen Australia’s IndiVision is designed to energise low-budget filmmaking in Australia and provide strategic professional development for talented filmmakers.The IndiVision Production Fund can provide production investment of up to AU$1.25 million for a low-budget feature with a total budget of AU$2.5 million or less. Read More >>

New South Wales (NSW) Ministry for the Arts

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New South Wales (NSW) Ministry for the Arts The Ministry for the Arts advises the Government on all aspects of the arts and cultural activity in New South Wales. The Ministry manages Government arts projects and capital expenditures, monitors and provides policy advice on the State’s cultural institutions, and administers a Cultural Grants Program which supports a range of arts and cultural organisations and activities across the State.

http://www.arts.nsw.gov.au

Film Victoria’s Digital Media Fund

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Film Victoria’s Digital Media Fund (DMF) Film Victoria’s Digital Media Fund plays a central role in the development of digital media projects in Victoria. It provides assistance to practitioners to develop new media concepts and support industry expansion in niche markets such as animation and electronic games. The Digital Media Fund stimulates the talent pool of local practitioners, supporting skill enhancement and software specialisation through an internship program, and presenting industry information via seminars and forums.

www.film.vic.gov.au

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation

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Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, assists Australian exporters to compete internationally by providing insurance and finance facilities to the overseas buyers of Australian capital goods and services, or to their financiers. EFIC’s medium to long-term services include export credit insurance to cover the risk of non-payment, export finance and political risk insurance, bond issuance and guarantees. Short-term services include export credit insurance and unfair bond calling insurance.

http://www.efic.gov.au

Community Broadcasting Foundation

Community Broadcasting Foundation Australia’s independent funding body for community broadcasting.

The Australian community broadcasting sector is recognised internationally as one of the most successful examples of grassroots media. Read More >>

Australian Research Council

ARC

Australian Research Council (ARC) Advises government on research funding and policy and, through its management of the National Competitive Grants Program, promotes the conduct of research and research training. The ARC’s Linkage Project, forexample, is an application-based program available for individual researchers or research teams which supports collaborative research projects between higher education researchers and industry and identifies an allocation to projects of benefit to regional and rural communities. Proposals must contain an industry contribution, in cash and/or in kind.

http://www.arc.gov.au/

Australian Business Arts Foundation

ABAF

Australian Business Arts Foundation ABAF is a Commonwealth Government company with the role of increasing private sector support of the arts. The site includes information about AbaF, news about business arts partnerships, the AbaF Awards, publications, training and recent media releases. NB: We do not give or administer grants.

http://www.abaf.org.au

Austrade

Austrade Austrade (the Australian Trade Commission) is the government agency that helps Australian exporters take their goods and services into overseas markets. It also works to attract overseas investment for Australian enterprises and to help Australian companies make export-related investments overseas. Austrade has staff in major cities and regions in Australia, and a network of offices in over 100 cities around the world. General advice and assistance is free of charge to Australians considering export. For more tailored advice, fees apply.

http://www.austrade.gov.au/

AusIndustry

AusIndustry Single entry point for all Australian government business assistance programs and services. Information also available on programs offered by industry associations and chambers of commerce around Australia.

http://www.ausindustry.gov.au