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21 September 2017
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Welcome to the May edition of AFC News. This month our headlines cover the upcoming Federal Budget announcement, the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival, the AFC's attendance at Cannes, and Australian successes at the recent MIPTV market. At the Archive, The Story of the Kelly Gang has just been released on DVD. This month's feature story is an essay by the AFC's Indigenous Branch Manager, Sally Riley, extracted from the AFC's new book Dreaming in Motion, which celebrates the work of the Indigenous Branch and the achievements of the filmmakers it has supported.

The AFC News banner this month is an image from Jackie Jackie (d: Adrian Willis), one of the new Bit of Black Business films screening at the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival.

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