FRAIM is a gathering of Indigenous video-makers from around remote Australia for three days of workshops, peer to peer sharing, showcasing of work and discussions about issues specific to the Indigenous screen sector in remote and very remote areas of Australia. FRAIM specifically targets the needs of Indigenous screen practitioners who reside in geographically isolated areas and provides them with opportunities that are ordinarily not available to them.
In addition to targeted workshops, the FRAIM program also includes a film festival with two nights of public video screenings and the bi-annual ICTV Video Awards.
FRAIM will be back in 2020. To learn about what took place at the 2019 festival, please see the program.
CLICK HERE FOR FULL 2019 PROGRAM (PDF)