How to make a film on a $10,000 budget

The Australian government has set aside $100,000 to help fund films made on a small budget.

The Film and Television Fund, established in the early 1970s, has raised more than $5.5m since then.

The money will be spent on producing short films that aim to highlight Australia’s natural beauty, cultural diversity, regional and national stories, and the unique Australian story.

The fund will also spend up to $50,000 on a production company to produce a documentary film on the Australian film industry.

The funds are being set aside for short films, documentaries and feature films, according to a statement from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.

It says the fund is in its infancy and is only for the purpose of promoting Australian film.

“The Australian film market is highly competitive, with films earning a median price of $11,000-$12,000 in Australia and up to double that in overseas markets,” the statement said.

“In recent years, Australian filmmakers have become internationally renowned for their exceptional work, creating the widest range of content globally.”

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