The Australian International Documentary Conference's 30th anniversary edition will take place in Melbourne from March 5-8 next year.
Aidc will again be held at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (Acmi) in Melbourne, with the full program to be unveiled November 8..
Entries are now open for The Documentary Australia Foundation (Daf) Impact Strategy Hack and The Stanley Hawes Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Documentary Sector.
The Daf Impact Strategy Hack is the centrepiece of Aidc 2017.s Impact Day, devoted to documentary media with a change and advocacy agenda. Now in its second year, the event brings together international advisors with a focus on providing documentary teams with a pathway to a solid impact campaign strategy..
Filmmakers keen to participate are invited to submit their films for consideration. Entries close November 11.
Aidc is also seeking nominations for the 2017 Stanley Hawes Award, presented annually in recognition of an