Northern Peninsula Area (Queensland) 22-26 September, 2014
The 2014 Festival was hosted by the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) in partnership with Queensland Aboriginal Remote Media (QRAM), the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council (NPARC), Indigenous Community Television (ICTV), and the Torres Strait Islanders Media Association (TSIMA).
The 16th Festival was held at the tip of Cape York Peninsula, in the Northern Peninsula Area (NPA) which incorporates five communities - Injinoo, Umagico, Bamaga, New Mapoon and Seisia.
For 5 days remote media workers and industry guests descended on the NPA for an exciting industry program, free public events and live radio broadcast across Australia.
The festival artwork (top right) was a vinylcut print 'Iwurru' (sea turtle) by local artist Teho Ropeyarn. Visit his website for more information on the design. tehoropeyarn.com
The festival logo (above) was designed by Leigh Harris of Ingeous Studios and was based on Teho Ropeyarn's artwork. ingeousstudios.com
Download the 2014 Festival Pictorial Magazine
Visit the IRCA Flickr page to view photos from the festival.
A short documentary was produced during the 16th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival at the Northern Peninsula Area, QLD by the Workshop Documentary Team supported by AFTRS and IRCA.
A number of media outlets also covered the events at the Festival.
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