Brian Beaton Award

9th of July, 2018

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The Brian Beaton Award is open to current Western Australian residents of any level of experience who have a factual project in active development, or that has been produced for broadcast, theatrical or online distribution, including VR and interactive projects. Support is available for development and production, or an outreach campaign to enhance social impact.
Applications close 2nd July 2018
Applications for the Brian Beaton Award are closing soon

All applications materials must be submitted by 5pm WST on Monday, 2 July 2018.
Applications should be emailed to director@revelationfilmfest.org



The Brian Beaton Award is open to current Western Australian residents of any level of experience who have a factual project in active development, or that has been produced for broadcast, theatrical or online distribution, including VR and interactive projects. Support is available for development and production, or an outreach campaign to enhance social impact.

This year, the total grant available will be up to $12,250, combining contributions from Screenwest, the annual AIDC Stanley Hawes Award (of which Brian Beaton was the posthumous recipient in 2017) and private donations.

The successful recipient will also have access to tailored mentoring from up to three leading Western Australian industry professionals.

The Brian Beaton Award recipient/s will be announced on Wednesday, 18 July at the 2018 Screenwest Industry Celebration, part of Revelation Perth International Film Festival.



Further information and award guidelines can be downloaded from http://revelationfilmfest.org/brian-beaton-award.php

In recognition of the valuable contribution made to the screen industry in Western Australia by esteemed producer Brian Beaton, and to honour his memory, the Brian Beaton Award will be awarded annually to a filmmaker/s who has a current social impact project that needs further support to reach its full potential.