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Independent Projects Investment - Board Approvals
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January 20th 2022
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Independent Projects Investment - Board Approvals

At its meeting on 4 March 2013 the ACTF Board approved script development funding one project:...

Bushwhacked! (documentary series)

Mint Pictures (NSW)

$10,000 towards scripting, budgeting and casting.

This is the second series of Bushwhacked!, a 13 part live action adventure series where hosts criss-cross Australia to track down some of the country's most amazing wildlife and hair-raising environments.

 

The deadline for submitting development investment projects for consideration at the next board meeting is 22 April...

 

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