Your donation to Documentary Australia on behalf of yourself or a loved one enables the support of impactful narratives that inspire change and spark hope.
Why choose the gift of storytelling?
* To support positive social impact
* To encourage diverse voices
* To push authenticity and truth
This is an opportunity to be part of something bigger. Your donation helps us support documentary filmmakers dedicated to tackling important social issues and fostering positive change.
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* Donate above today: Your contribution helps us empower storytellers to create documentaries that make a real difference. Every donation counts, no matter the size!
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Help make a difference with documentary
Documentary Australia is a unique not-for-profit that ensures important stories are told, seen and achieve social impact outcomes. Find out how to join our community for powerful change below:
Documentary Australia is committed to increasing engagement with environmental issues and empowering action to protect the planet, using documentary storytelling as a tool to create change. Launched in November 2022, the Environmental Accelerator amplifies the impact of up to 10 documentary projects over three years to increase awareness and motivating action for the environment.
WOMEN & GIRLS
SheDoc 2024 will elevate the career of up to six female-identifying filmmakers, particularly in key creative roles under-represented by women. Our vision is to provide talented women with resources and support for their professional development in order to help elevate issues relating to women and girls with an emphasis on gender-equity in documentary storytelling.
Impact Producer Program
Documentary Australia launched the Impact Producer Program in 2023 – a new ten-month professional development program that aims to train the next generation of Impact Producers. This program is the first of its kind in Australia, developed in response to the increasingly unmet demand for experienced professionals to undertake this role.
Centralised Indigenous Fellowship
Launched in 2019, the Centralised Indigenous Fellowship aims to create a bespoke career development program for First Nations documentary filmmakers to increase their skills and knowldge and share their stories. This enables a the career advancement of a new generation of Aboriginal screen storytellers and encourages generations that come after them.
We use stories to incite action and create impact on vital social issues
Impact - Our Story
Annual Report 2021/2022
Documentary Australia met or exceeded its targets in FY 2021/22, delivering on our strategy to support great films, great partnerships and great impact. The evidence confirms what we have always known: that the demand for, and impact of, documentary film only increases, and within the documentary ecosystem in Australia Documentary Australia’s role is unrivalled.