Kimberley's Jub Clerc among ScreenWest's Feature Navigator recipients

Written on the 29 August 2016

Kimberley's Jub Clerc among ScreenWest's Feature Navigator recipients Jub Clerc is among three WA Directors named recipients of Screenwest's latest Feature Navigator round, a year-long initiative designed to develop local filmmakers.


Clerc is a Nyul Nyul/Yawuru director from the Kimberley with several shorts under her belt, one of which formed a chapter of Tim Winton anthology The Turning.

"All three filmmakers displayed outstanding prior work, strong dedication to their creative careers and a passion to take the next step towards directing a feature film," Screenwest Chief Executive Ian Booth said.

"The Feature Navigator program offers intensive, high-level support that is tailored to each director's development needs and will connect those selected with producers, expert consultants and the local and national marketplace."

Watch one of Clerc's shorts, Storytime, here.

Source: Inside Film

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