By Steve LangerPhoto: James StewartFilm festival is a yearly event where films from around the world are screened in a festival-like setting.
It is also a place for people to meet and learn about film, and the film festival is one of the main sources of funding for film schools and cinemas.
However, film festivals are not the only source of funding that film schools are looking to fund.
Many film schools receive funding from the Australian Government, and for many, funding from film festivals is an important part of the equation.
Film festivals are the largest source of income for Australian film schools.
This year, the festival was held in Adelaide and there was a $10 million increase in funding.
This means that Australian film school students have more money to spend on film.
This increase in festival funding has also led to more funding for community film screenings.
For example, the Queensland Government announced this week that it would increase funding to more than 1,500 local film festivals.
In Australia, film festival funding can vary depending on the location of the film festivals and the number of screenings, which can make it difficult to track the total funding available to film schools in Australia.
To find out how much funding your local film festival has received, check out the budget for your local festival on the festival’s website.
For more information on the funding of film festivals in Australia, check the following resources:Aboriginal Film Festival in Australia:This is a project run by the Aboriginal Film Festival of Australia, a non-profit organisation.
The Aboriginal Film Funding Grant Program provides funding to Indigenous film festivals across Australia to support programming and production of Indigenous-led films.
It also provides funding for Aboriginal cinemas to run their own films and to distribute their films to film festivals throughout Australia.
More information on funding of Aboriginal film festivals: