SBSI has a reputation not only for supporting work that is innovative and brave, but also for managing to do it on a relatively small budget. Now that it has gained this credibility–and been given substantially more money by the federal government–is it going to be hard to live up to? Glenys Rowe thinks it will actually be easier, and that it 'means we can do more and better. We'll continue to do everything we've been doing, and more, with a vengeance!' An interview with Glenys Rowe, the head of SBS Independent, the commissioning arm of SBS Television. She talks about SBS's committment to documentaries, and how SBS discovers new filmmakers.
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