Call for applications for a film writing mentorship
Do you love Indigenous film, but you want to read more reviews and interviews by Indigenous writers? Have you thought of writing them yourself? Maybe writing for an online forum, starting a blog, or trying to get your reviews published in a magazine? Maybe you’re an aspiring writer who has lots of ideas but you need to boost your confidence to develop them and start writing. Maybe you already write but you could use some support to improve your writing and develop your ideas further.

This program offers one Indigenous student a 12-month mentorship to develop his or her writing about film with an aim to write and publish something on the 2018 Winda film festival.

About the mentor
Anne Rutherford is an Associate Professor in cinema studies at Western Sydney University. She has published numerous articles and interviews on Australian and international cinema. You can read one of her articles here.

How to apply
To apply, write a 250-word review of a film screened at Winda Film festival, or a 250-word article about any aspect of the festival. Send this with a brief statement about why you would like to participate in this mentorship and what you are studying to: a.rutherford@westernsydney.edu.au

Deadline for applications: Sunday 3 December