This month we focus on artists with projects fundraising towards feature films. With high production costs to produce, these projects have fundraising targets of between $50,000 and $200,000 and are already well on their way to reaching their goals. The Rooster is a feature-length mystery drama that deals with themes around shame and masculinity with […]
Alex Cubis is an Australian actor, writer and producer who used the ACF and Fractured Atlas (USA fundraising platform) to raise funds for his campaign, ROCKETMAN. He is currently developing a film, play and TV show which will premiere on Channel 7. We talked to Alex about the nuances between fundraising in Australia compared to the United States.
These campaigns have let us know that since fundraising on the ACF they have won an award, been nominated, been selected for a festival, and/or won a competition!
Since July 2018, the ACF has received over $1 million in pledged donations. This has been our fastest ever one million dollars — raised in just four months. To celebrate this milestone we contacted the donor who helped us achieve this milestone and the artist they chose to donate to.
Jonathan Zwartz is a renowned Australian jazz musician who has used the ACF to fundraise for his music career. He was nominated for the 2013 ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album for the album The Remembering & Forgetting of the Air and recently won a 2018 ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album, Animarum. He joins us in a new ACF series where we ask ACF alumni, where are they now?
Emilie Collyer is a Melbourne-based playwright, poet and author. In 2015 she ran her first ACF campaign, Dream Home and recently concluded her second campaign, Contest raising 215% of her target. She joins us in a new ACF series where we ask ACF alumni, where are they now? Firstly, Summer or Winter? Look I hate to buck […]
43 diverse independent arts, artistic groups and arts organisations from around the country raised over $170,000 during their ACF Boost campaigns. Those who raised $2,000 or more get a $2,000 boost towards their project from Creative Partnerships Australia.
Black Hole Theatre’s The Line is a collaboration between First Peoples of Australia, Irish artists, and non-indigenous Australians.
Sisters Unearthly by Vexatious Films is a web series set against a backdrop of the Tasmanian landscape.