ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival is proud to announce two new partnerships for 2018.
International education organisation International Internships and art foundation Project 11 head the assembly of screening, media and community partners supporting ReelOzInd! now in its third year.
International Internships is dedicated to bringing together students, academic institutions, NGOs and commercial organisations for internships, intensive study, mentoring, skills development, cross-cultural communications, language training and more. It currently offers places in a wide range of public and private organisations across Indonesia and Malaysia.
Project 11 is an organisation supporting innovative new art projects, particularly in Asian contemporary visual arts. It has worked with RMIT, Multicultural Arts Victoria, the State Library of Victoria, and the Melbourne Fringe Festival, supporting work by artists from Australia, Indonesia and Korea.
We are excited to welcome International Internships and Project 11 on board as ReelOzInd! Festival Partners for 2018.
Screening Partners include the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Institut Francais Indonesia, Klub DIY Menonton, Minikono Film Week, Universitas Pelita Harapan School of Design, and Universitas Multimedia Nusantara.
Media Partners include Inside Indonesia, Buset Magazine, SBS Indonesian and iPitch.tv.
Community Partners include Australia Indonesia Youth Association, Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies, and the Asia Education Foundation.
Organisations interested in partnering with the festival can email Festival Director Jemma Purdey at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about past competitions and festivals, visit reelozind.com, and to keep up with the latest news follow @reelozind on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Submissions for ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition 2018 close on July 31. For guidelines and to submit a short film, visit the submission page. The festival will run across Australia and Indonesia from September to December.