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21 September 2017
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Welcome to the June edition of AFC News. This month we highlight the Federal Budget outcomes for the film industry; report on the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival; and announce an important new collection of material relating to the 1967 referendum available now on the NFSA website. This month's feature interview is with Australian filmmaker Peter Cornwell, currently in pre-production in LA for his first feature A Haunting in Connecticut, starring Virginia Madsen.

The AFC News banner shows Emma Lung and Claire van der Boom in the AFC-funded short film Katoomba (d: Leon Ford, p: Melissa Johnston & Nicole O'Donohue), screening in competition at the Dendy Awards, Sydney Film Festival, 23 June.

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