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20 November 2017
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Welcome to the final edition of AFC News. This month we announce the 2008 Sounds of Australia entries and celebrate the success of Australian films. We also say goodbye to the AFC, which along with Film Australia and the FFC, will be replaced by Screen Australia from 1 July. And we wish the NFSA well as it embarks on its new life as a separate statutory authority.

The AFC News banner shows the short film Hugo (w: Rachel Bowen; d: Nicholas Verso; p: Rita Walsh), one of the 9 AFC-supported projects nominated for the 2008 AWGIE Awards.

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