Arts

Government's $1m incentive hopes to draw in more like Bay of Fires

Declan Durrant
May 19 2024 - 1:00pm
The Tasmanian Government has green lit a $1m program aimed at bolstering the state's film and television sector, with hopes it will attract more shows like 'Bay of Fires'. Picture supplied
The Tasmanian Government has green lit a $1m program aimed at bolstering the state's film and television sector, with hopes it will attract more shows like 'Bay of Fires'. Picture supplied

The Tasmanian government has greenlit a new $1 million program aimed at bringing more talent and award-winning productions to the state.

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Declan Durrant

Declan Durrant

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Declan Durrant has a passion for poetry, visual arts, and theatre, and is The Examiner's arts critic and culture reporter. Got a story? Get in touch: declan.durrant@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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