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ENGAGE YOUR TEAM

Make Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week a meaningful and empowering experience for your organisation or community

ENGAGE YOUR COMMUNITY, STAFF, CLIENTS & DRIVE CHANGE


The First Nations Films Festival (FNFF) offers a unique opportunity for companies to demonstrate their commitment to social justice, corporate leadership, and raising awareness during Reconciliation Week (RRW) and NAIDOC Week. By partnering with FNFF, your organisation can use powerful films to facilitate education, discussion, and meaningful exchanges among your staff and the wider community. Amplify your organisation's Impact and Engage, Educate, and Inspire Your Team.


PARTNERSHIP OPTIONS

We offer a range of options suitable for various team sizes and structures, whether in-person, remote, or a mixture of both. From small events that staff can enjoy in their own time to more involved interactive sessions with First Nations speakers and Q&A opportunities, we have something for everyone.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: #414141">Group screenings</span></strong></p></div>

Group screenings

Engage staff with streaming, in-office or cinema screenings, featuring guest speakers and discussion guides.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: #414141">Gifting</span></strong></p></div>

Gifting

Show appreciation by gifting vouchers for clients and staff to choose their preferred films.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: #414141">Donations</span></strong></p></div>

Donations

Support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation through special offers or direct donations.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: #474747">Affiliate Program</span></strong></p></div>

Affiliate Program

Referrals earn $200 per 100 tickets booked or donate it to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: rgb(65, 65, 65)">Sponsorship</span></strong></p></div>

Sponsorship

Gain prominent branding opportunities and support the festival with packages from small to large.

<div class="editor-content"><p><strong><span style="color: rgb(65, 65, 65)">Customized Packages</span></strong></p></div>

Customized Packages

Tailored packages that align with your company's specific goals, values, and RAP initiatives.

SPEAKERS

Alec & Zach Doomagee

Alec is an actor, television host and TEDX presenter. He is also an Indigenous Australian community leader, mentor and activist. Alec is available to speak in person or virtually solo or with Zach.

Kayah Wills

Film Producer (The Grey Line) and speaker offering unique perspective about Aboriginal people and culture, through stories, awareness and education.

Sinem Saban

Award winning documentary director of 'Luke Ngurra - The Law of The Land' an 11 year study of Indigenous spiritual leader Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra OAM.

James Williams

actor, broadcaster, comedian, and musician. He is a member of the Greens, and started the Blak Greens in Victoria, the Australian Greens First Nations Network, and more recently returned from Korea where he was instrumental in creating the World First Nations, Indigenous, Tribal peoples Greens. 

GROUP SCREENINGS

  • Streaming Screenings: Staff can watch the films in their own time and then participate in workshops or questionnaires back in the office.

  • In-Office Screenings: Licensed events for screening films to a group, with a ticket required per attendee.

  • Speaker Involvement: Limited spots are available for screenings with Alec Doomadgee (Zach's Ceremony) and James Williams (Greens).

  • Cinema Screenings: Book screenings of these films or others at fan-force.com.

  • Discussion Guide: We provide a guide to help facilitate questions and discussions around the films.

GIFTING

Show your appreciation for clients and staff by gifting them vouchers to choose the films they want to watch. Alternatively purchase Single Pass or All Access passes below in bulk. Promo codes are sent after purchase and enable recipients to access films from May 27 through to June 10 2024. Single passes purchased in bulk enable recipients to choose any single film to view.

Customised Packages:

Tailored partnership packages are available that align with a company's specific goals, values, and RAP initiatives. This could include a combination of the options here or unique elements and events designed to meet your oganisation's needs. These could include a combination of Streaming, Live and Pre-recorded Q&As + Film screenings. Additional resources to enhance learnings and discussion are available including Questionaires and Group discussion toolkits. These can made available during and outside the festival periods however some films may not be available. Please contacts us for further information.

Donations

Support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) through our special offer, or make direct donations to the cause. The First Nations Film Festival is again raising funds for the great work done by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. For every bulk purchase purchase of 100 tickets by a community we will donate $200 to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Festival attendees can also donate directly via the link below.


"The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is proud to be involved with the First Nations Festival. Funds donated during the festival will help us reach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia with culturally relevant books, resources, and programs to support Communities to create and publish their stories in languages of their choice."

- Indigenous Literacy Foundation

NAIDOC COLLECTION

5 Powerful films available from July 7 to July 21

RECONCILIATION COLLECTION

5 award winning films available from July 7 to July 21

SUPPORTING THE INDIGENOUS

LITERACY FOUNDATION

This year, the First Nations Film Festival is supporting and raising funds for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national charity of the Australian Book Industry, working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia. They are Community-led, responding to requests from remote Communities for culturally relevant books, including early learning board books, resources, and programs to support Communities. 

For every bulk purchase purchase of 100 tickets by a community The First Nations Film Festival will donate $200 to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Festival attendees can also donate directly via the link below.

Audiences are be able to donate to the ILF cause here.


"The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is proud to be involved with the First Nations Festival. Funds donated during the festival will help us reach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia with culturally relevant books, resources, and programs to support Communities to create and publish their stories in languages of their choice."


- Indigenous Literacy Foundation

PHYSICAL SCREENINGS

Want to organise a group screening in your office for your organisation or community? No problem. This just requires a screening license. Just select the Screening License option plus the amount of attendees in the purchase window below.

NAIDOC BULK TICKETS FOR LARGE GROUPS

The ticketing options below are for groups or companies looking to purchase tickets in bulk for their members to stream the Festival films. Options include bulk purchase of All-Access passes or bulk purchase of individual films. Please note these options do not include a license to screen the film or films publicly to a group. For more information on Screening Licenses please contact us at FanForceTV@fan-force.com

RECONCILIATION BULK TICKETS FOR LARGE GROUPS

The ticketing options below are for groups or companies looking to purchase tickets in bulk for their members to stream the Festival films. Options include bulk purchase of All-Access passes or bulk purchase of individual films. Please note these options do not include a license to screen the film or films publicly to a group. For more information on Screening Licenses please contact us at FanForceTV@fan-force.com

SPONSORSHIP

The First Nations Film Festival is not supported by Government funding so relies entirely on Sponsorship and Ticket sales. Your support helps keep the festival running and enables us to involve speakers and promote the festival to a broader audience across both regional and metropolitan areas. As a sponsor, you'll receive a prominent place on the FNFF website, social media and other key branding opportunities.

By partnering with the First Nations Films Festival, your organisation will:


  • Support Indigenous filmmakers and storytellers

  • Contribute to the ongoing conversation about Indigenous rights and empowerment

  • Demonstrate leadership in promoting social justice and reconciliation

  • Engage the broader community in meaningful discussions and learning experiences






Frequently Asked Questions

Have any other questions? Check out the FanForce TV FAQs or contact us at fanforcetv@fan-force.com

What is The First Nations Film Festival?

FNFF is the First Nations Film Festival!


The First Nations Film Festival takes place annually on FanForce TV to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture & peoples during Reconciliation Week and Naidoc week.


First Nations Film Festival is more than just a film festival - it's an opportunity for audiences to engage with important themes and ideas, to learn from one another, and to build stronger connections between communities.

When is FNFF?

FNFF will be streaming on FanForce TV during Reconciliation Week, 30 May - 3 June and during Naidoc Week - 7 July 2024 – Sun, 14 July.

What films are being shown?

Films change every year and are announced on our social Media channels and on our website.






How can I watch?

You simple purchase an All Access Pass, Individual Film pass or Bulk ticket [For large groups], then come back during National Reconciliation Week or Naidoc Week to watch the films and participate in the live chat for Q&A screenings if there are some scheduled. Simply login to your FanForce TV account and your films will be listed for screening whenever you are ready.


Each film will be available during NRW and Naidoc and you will have 48 hours to view once you have clicked on your screening.

When can I watch the films?

Each film will be available from the first day of Reconciliation week to June 5. Films for Naidoc Week will be available 7 July 2024 – 16 July 2024

Can I watch the films later?

Films are only available during National Reconciliation week and Naidoc week with and extra 2 days added to each week. But keep in mind that once started you have 48 hours to view.


How much does it cost?

Individual Screenings: $9.99USD


All Access Pass: $24.99USD

Can I buy tickets for someone else?

Absolutely! We have Gift Cards available for purchase if you would like to gift a ticket or an All Access Pass.


Bulk ticket purchases are available for companies or organisations to distribute to staff/community members. Please contact us to arrange bulk ticket purchases.







FANFORCE TV acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this page may contain images or names of people who have passed away.