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This is archived information from the website of the former Australian Film Commission (AFC), now part of Screen Australia
28 April 2017
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IndiVision

IndiVision was an initiative of the Australian Film Commission aimed at energising low-budget filmmaking in Australia. It offered production and development funding as well as a range of resources to help low-budget filmmakers.

INTERVIEWS AND ARTICLES FROM INDIVISION ACTIVITIES
2008 Industry events - this special event featured guests of the 2008 Sydney Film Festival
2008 Lab

2007 Industry events - these two special events featured guests of the 2007 Sydney Film Festival
2007 Lab

2006 Lab

2005 Lab

Other past IndiVision News articles of interest:











Check out IndiVision on YouTube


Low-budget film producer Julie Ryan was a guest speaker at the 2008 IndiVision Lab.


Maeve Dermody and Diana Glenn star in Black Water, which received IndiVision production funding.


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