Indigenous Creators Program: On the pulse - data, digital, and the short doc

Indigenous Creators Program Four experts speak on the importance of powerful well-researched stories in an age of digital dependency.

Keeping up with the latest technologies has never been more important. Opportunities online abound, but you need to keep your finger on the pulse.

In this session, Lam Thuy Vo (Buzzfeed USA), Lindsay Crouse (New York Times Op-Docs), Alex Hryniewicz (Little Dot Studios) and Stan Grant (Al Jazeera) interweave personal and professional experiences in storytelling, journalism and digital content to explore exactly what it is you need to know to stay relevant while telling powerful and accurate stories in the age of digital globalism. Moderated by Angela Bates (Screen Australia).

The Indigenous Creators Program is a series of four sessions that are available to all Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander practitioners registered to attend AIDC with an All Access Pass or Focus Pass. These sessions are optional and will be closed to media and non-Indigenous identifying practitioners.


Image credit: Stay Close (dir: Shuhan Fan and Luther Clement, 2019)