The Film and Television Institute
WA (FTI) is a Screen Resource center located in Fremantle
, Western Australia
FTI is a non profit, membership based organisation providing members with low-cost equipment and facilities hire, production assistance and script
consultation, as well as regular production grants for low budget filmmakers. The institute houses an 121-seat Cinema used for member screenings, as well as regular screenings of independent films
The organisation is situated in the heritage-listed old Fremantle Boys' School building, built in the 19th Century.
FTI administers many of the major funding grants available for short film
production in Western Australia
50/50 provides up to 50% off the price of equipment and facilities at FTI, up to a total of a $2000.00 discount. It is available only to FTI members.
While being administered by FTI, the Raw Nerve scheme is an initiative of Screen Development Australia
(SDA) in conjunction with Screen Australia
. It provides $5,000 worth of in-kind assistance (equipment and facilities rental) plus a $2,000 cash budget. This grant is available to all WA filmmakers, regardless of FTI membership.
OOMPF stands for "One Off Members Production Fund". Similarly to Raw... Read More