Composer Interviews


MentorHer - WIFT Australia

WIFT Australia is proud to announce that applications are open for MentorHer (previously known as Big Screen Sister in NSW). MentorHer is a three month program that facilitates mentorships between emerging, early career or those looking to shift into a new area in the screen industry and more experienced practitioners. The initiative offers support and guidance to help further careers in all areas of the screen industry. WIFT will match mentors and mentees who will begin with a face-to-face meeting in September. This will be followed by a call or Skype in October and a final call or Skype in November. To apply as a Mentee you must be a WIFT member but we encourage Mentor applications from non-members and from men.

Applications close Sunday 5th August.

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