A new film that documents the experiences of three participants of the inaugural Girls Rock! Melbourne camp has scored development funding from Film Victoria. 

No Time For Quiet follows three individuals through the week-long camp at The Wick Studios in Brunswick to see “how they find their sense of belonging and identity through music”.

The inaugural Girls Rock! Melbourne camp saw young female, trans, and gender diverse musicians collaborate with one another, while also receiving advice from the likes of Courtney Barnett, Camp Cope, Cable Ties and more.

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“We've spent many a weekend, weeknight and any spare hours of our days developing, shooting and refining our feature doc,” No Time For Quiet filmmakers said via Facebook.

The Screen Australia Documentary funding news comes as they release a trailer and seek further donations from the public to finish the film.

No Time For Quiet was one of 18 documentaries that took a share of $3.5 million in funding.

You can contribute to No Time For Quiet and watch the trailer here and see the full list of projects that received funding here.