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Perth Now
Ben Elton wants Aussies to look past Thorwhere he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers hims
Perth Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
where he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers himself Aussie. The film was funded largely by Screen Australia and Screen West and he believes the economic benefit of supporting local arts shouldn't be... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Ben Elton wants Aussies to look past Thorwhere he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers hims
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 33 minutes ago
where he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers himself Aussie. The film was funded largely by Screen Australia and Screen West and he believes the economic benefit of supporting local arts shouldn't be... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Ben Elton wants Aussies to look past Thorwhere he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers hims
Adelaide Now / Posted 35 minutes ago
where he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers himself Aussie. The film was funded largely by Screen Australia and Screen West and he believes the economic benefit of supporting local arts shouldn't be... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ben Elton wants Aussies to look past Thorwhere he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers hims
The Courier Mail / Posted 41 minutes ago
where he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers himself Aussie. The film was funded largely by Screen Australia and Screen West and he believes the economic benefit of supporting local arts shouldn't be... Read more
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News.com.au
Ben Elton wants Aussies to look past Thorwhere he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers hims
News.com.au / Posted 42 minutes ago
where he is married to and has children with a local girl, Elton considers himself Aussie. The film was funded largely by Screen Australia and Screen West and he believes the economic benefit of supporting local arts shouldn't be... Read more
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Junkee
5 Up-And-Coming Writers You Should Knowin a Documentary at the Australian Director’s Guild Awards for Reg Makes Contac
Junkee / Posted 4 days ago
in a Documentary at the Australian Director’s Guild Awards for Reg Makes Contact. In 2016, she received funding from Screen Australia, which will allow her to develop her first feature film, Arrivals, a drama-meets-comedy that follows the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
An Australian Harvey Weinstein? 'They exist here too'including representation of women in the industry. "I think this is a question
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
including representation of women in the industry. "I think this is a question about gate-keeping," she said. The latest Screen Australia data shows that in the local feature film business over the past five financial years women made up 34 per... Read more
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Mumbrella
Ten confirms premiere date of Sistersfrom all different walks of life, are suddenly united by a genetic and biologic
Mumbrella / Posted 9 days ago
from all different walks of life, are suddenly united by a genetic and biological revelation. Sisters is produced by Endemol Shine Banks with principal production investment from Screen Australia and with the assistance of Film Victoria. Source:... Read more
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Mumbrella
Art and Islamophobia: Chemical Media documentary to be aired on ABCand Zohab Zee Khan. You See Monsters was developed and produced with the assis
Mumbrella / Posted 10 days ago
and Zohab Zee Khan. You See Monsters was developed and produced with the assistance of Film Victoria, with principal funding from Screen Australia. It will be distributed internationally by TVF International. Source: Chemical Media press... Read more
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Mumbrella
Screen Australia's Mike Cowap to join Princess PicturesLong standing Screen Australia staffer Mike Cowap is to join Princess Pictures
Mumbrella / Posted 11 days ago
Long standing Screen Australia staffer Mike Cowap is to join Princess Pictures as a senior producer, the company announced today. MIKE COWAP TO JOIN PRINCESS PICTURES AS SENIOR PRODUCER ACROSS SCRIPTED AND UNSCRIPTED Princess Pictures is delighted... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Western Advocate
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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The North West Star
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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The Border Mail
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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The Courier
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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The Young Witness
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Western Advocate
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Manning River Times
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The 10 most influential people in Australian culture in 2017from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Osc
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
from across Australia’s creative and media industries. Panellists included Oscar-winning actress, Rachel Griffiths, CEO of Screen Australia, Graeme Mason, Head of Strategic Events at University of NSW, Ann Mossop and Chief Creative officer of PwC,... Read more
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Mumbrella
How NewsLifeMedia's WHIMN became Australia's biggest women's networkand unique content.” Looking to the next six months, Overman says WHIMN will r
Mumbrella / Posted 12 days ago
and unique content.” Looking to the next six months, Overman says WHIMN will release Doco180 – its film initiative with Screen Australia which features six short documentaries directed by women – in the next month or so. “I’ve just seen the... Read more
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Mumbrella
Screen Australia behind NITV documentary exploring Indigenous drag queen pageantA Screen Australia funded documentary delving into the world of indigenous drag
Mumbrella / Posted 13 days ago
A Screen Australia funded documentary delving into the world of indigenous drag queens has started production with the directors hoping it will spark further conversations about equality and the acceptance of the LGBTQI+ community. Black Divas... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Angourie Rice to Star in Australian Period Drama 'Ladies In Black'The screenplay was adapted from the novel by Beresford and Milliken. It's recei
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
The screenplay was adapted from the novel by Beresford and Milliken. It's received major production investment from Screen Australia in association with Create NSW. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions; Stage 6 Films is the worldwide... Read more
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Perth Now
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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News.com.au
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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Weekly Times
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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Herald Sun
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Monica Bellucci to film horror in Sydneyalong with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla F
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
along with Tristan Roache-Turner on behalf of the brothers' company, Guerilla Films. Nekromancer will shoot at Fox Studios in Sydney later this year. The film is being financed by Entertainment One together with Screen Australia and Cre... Read more
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Variety
John Heard’s ‘Living Among Us’ Gets U.S. Distributionbeing kept under wraps. “Nekromancer,” which will shoot later this year in Sydn
Variety / Posted 17 days ago
being kept under wraps. “Nekromancer,” which will shoot later this year in Sydney, is being financed by eOne together with Screen Australia and Create NSW. eOne will distribute the film, with partners Sierra/Affinity handling worldwide... Read more
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Mumbrella
Screen Australia and ABC fund new series exploring world of child prodigiesChild geniuses – including a 10-year-old expressionist painter – will be the fo
Mumbrella / Posted 18 days ago
Child geniuses – including a 10-year-old expressionist painter – will be the focus of a new documentary jointly funded by Screen Australia, the ABC and Create NSW. Jeff Siberry, the producer behind Todd Sampson’s Life on the Line, will take the lead... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
'13 Reasons Why,' 'Patti Cake$' Stars to Be Honored at Australians in Film AwardsKatherine Langford and Danielle Macdonald will receive the Screen Australia Bre
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
Katherine Langford and Danielle Macdonald will receive the Screen Australia Breakthrough Award at the Oct. 18 ceremony. The 2017 Australians in Film Awards will honor Katherine Langford of 13 Reasons Why and Danielle Macdonald of Patti Cake$ at its... Read more
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Variety
TV News Roundup: Fox’s ‘Rent’ Live Musical Sets 2019 Debut, Sanaa Lathan Joins ‘The Affair’and Macdonald, along with director Alethea Jones, screenwriter-cinematographer-
Variety / Posted 21 days ago
and Macdonald, along with director Alethea Jones, screenwriter-cinematographer-director Warwick Thornton will receive the screen Australia breakthrough award, which recognizes Austrailian screen talent who have had major international presence... Read more
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The Courier
Ethnic diversity on Australian TV: are we finally ready for colour on our screens?its very DNA, but with an audience share of around 6 per cent, its offerings si
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
its very DNA, but with an audience share of around 6 per cent, its offerings sit very much at the fringe for most viewers. Screen Australia is conducting a major survey of diversity in Australian TV drama. The research will cover not just ethnicity... Read more
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Mumbrella
Why the Guardian is investing in Australian documentariesCharlie Phillips has always had a love for Australian documentaries, so it shou
Mumbrella / Posted 26 days ago
Charlie Phillips has always had a love for Australian documentaries, so it shouldn’t have come as a surprise when Screen Australia and the Guardian locked in an agreement to commission three Australian-made online documentaries. As part... Read more
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Variety
SundanceTV Global Buys ‘Romper Stomper’ Series Based on Russell Crowe Movieis an original for Australian streaming service Stan, and was produced by Roads
Variety / Posted 26 days ago
is an original for Australian streaming service Stan, and was produced by Roadshow Rough Diamond, with the backing of Screen Australia and Film Victoria. Geoffrey Wright, creator of the original film, which helped launch Russell Crowe’s... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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The Border Mail
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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The Courier
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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WA Today
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries movie smashes Kickstarter goal in hoursis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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The Young Witness
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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Western Advocate
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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Manning River Times
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Miss Fisher officially headed to the big screenis very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an internation
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
is very difficult in Australia. You need your local distributor, an international distributor, you also need support from Screen Australia and whatever local bodies... It's often an incredibly complex patchwork quilt," she explains. "Obviously... Read more
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