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The 2007 SBSi/AFC Pitch and Punt Competition winner & runner-up


The winner of the SBSi and AFC Pitch and Punt competition at the 2007 Australian International Documentary Conference was:
Dr Latif's Taxi School - producer: Kingston Anderson, Wonderland Productions; director: Claire Haywood

A 6 x 25-minute quirky, fly-on-the-wall documentary series about some of the people behind the faces in the mirror of the next taxi you hail. Congrats to Kingston and Claire. They have won $20,000 of development funding.

The second prize of $15,000 development funding went to:
Women on Side - producer: Chris Hilton, Essential Viewing; director: Peter Scobie

This is a dynamic 2 x 60-minute documentary series about the rise of women's football.

SBSi and the AFC congratulates these teams and thanks everyone who submitted to the competition.