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13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival

13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival

BEGINS: 03 October 2011
ENDS: 07 October 2011


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TAGS: REMOTE INDIGENOUS MEDIA FESTIVAL
TYPE: EVENT
This year's  Media Festival will be held out at Umuwa on the PY Lands of Northern SA hosted by PY Media and its Board. Our peak body IRCA (Indigenous Remote Communications Association) will once again work with the host RIMO to deliver a ... CONTINUED »

Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2012

Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2012

BEGINS: 01 October 2012
ENDS: 05 October 2012


CATEGORY: ORGANISATIONAL
TAGS: REMOTE INDIGENOUS MEDIA FESTIVAL
TYPE: EVENT
PAW Media will be participating in this year's Remote Indigenous Media Festival. Hosted by PAKAM at the  Djarindjin community, remote media workers from across Australia will be attending and sharing news, experiences and skills. CONTINUED »

Animation training at the 13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival

Animation training at the 13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival

David Slowo, Jason Woods and Dennis Charles putting the final touches to the animation produced at the PAW Media Animation Workshop. Photo courtesy Gerry Lyons, CAAMA. CONTINUED »

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

Francis Kelly and Jim Remedio (Manager QRAM) at the Festival. Photo courtesy Gerry Lyons, CAAMA. CONTINUED »

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

Francis Kelly, Susan Locke (Manager PAW Media), and Jim Remedio (Manager QRAM). Photo courtesy Gerry Lyons, CAAMA. CONTINUED »

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

13th Annual Remote Indigenous Media Festival 2011

Rachel O'Connell (PAW Radio Producer), Jeremy (Iwantja Band) and Dennis Charles (PAW Radio broadcaster). Photo courtesy Gerry Lyons, CAAMA. CONTINUED »