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We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.

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experienced by over 60, 000

Australians in 2018/19

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Love film? You'll love this accessible festival of films that reflect the lived experience of people with disability.

 

WAFF supplies curations of award winning short films with fresh perspectives to organisations around Australia for screening to their community. Work with us to build empathic, healthy Australian communities.

Everyone is welcome to participate by:

  • hosting a screening

  • attending a screening

  • submitting a film

  • donating time, expertise, resources or funds

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The letters NDIS sit white text within a purple rectangular shape. The 'i' is dotted in green. To the right it reads 'Delivered by the National Disability Insurance Agency'.
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Celebrating the creativity of children annually since 2012

We fill a vital gap by providing a way for children to share their stories with a broader audience through our support of the production, distribution, and exhibition of child produced films from Australia and around the world.

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ABOUT US

MISSION

We build empathy in Australian communities through film production and screening.

VISION

We contribute to an Australian cinema that reflects the diversity of our community.

VALUES

  • We work with integrity so that our relationships are based on trust.

  • We work in collaborative ways because we know everyone has something of value to offer.

  • We include everyone because we value all perspectives.

  • We listen to everyone so that our work is effective.

  • Our decisions are informed by insights and evidence.

  • We take pride in our capacity to innovate.

  • We put children’s safety and wellbeing at the centre of everything we do.

  • We minimise our impact on the environment so our young filmmakers have a future.

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WHO WE ARE

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JACQUELINE COSGROVE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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ELISABETH TUILEKUTU
ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCIAL MANAGER
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DANLY FU
COMMUNICATIONS

danly@bardicstudio.com.au

Email Danly in English, Japanese or Mandarin.

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JETHRO READ
FILM WRANGLER
 

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POBox 1432
BONDI JUNCTION 
NSW 1355
AUSTRALIA
61 2 8084 4769

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