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The place has spent most of history as an obscure coastal village. Fishing and boat building are still the main source of income for most. Yet city planners are now daring to dream of a glorious future. “(The conference organizers) made genealogy sound awesome,” said Aaron Hair, older brother of Rylan. “We used to think that it was just for old people, but then we found out that family history as a whole is now more directed toward youth. The research is easier.
SBS and the screen agencies are collaborating to fund a new to secure genuine, flexible, on the job, paid learning and immersion for emerging screen practitioners from diverse backgrounds on ALL SBS commissioned programs including documentary, factual entertainment, food, comedy and/or drama programs.Aside from practical training, the scheme will provide vital networking opportunities, hands on experience/credit, and increase the chance of securing further work with other companies in the screen sector.To find out more, contact your Commissioning Editor.Untold Australia: Call out for new single documentariesSBS is pleased to announce a call out for submissions for Season 4 of ‘Untold Australia.’SBS is looking for one hour documentaries that explore hidden multicultural worlds. These can be hidden subcultures, unexplored areas of multicultural Australia, or an unexpected way of tackling contemporary issues. What they will all have in common is that they will be character led worlds with unfolding, untold stories that will surprise and occasionally shock.Season 1 of ‘Untold Australia’ ranged from looking for love in the Australian Indian community, (Indian Wedding Race) an ultra orthodox Jewish community in the heart of Melbourne, (Strictly Jewish) and Norfolk Island’s unique culture and its changing relationship with Australia (A Modern Mutiny)Season 2 is in production as a VR season in collaboration with Screen Queensland.