The Mule

    Directed by Angus Sampson and Tony Mahony, The Mule is available to Australian audiences on iTunes and other digital platforms now.

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    The Mule

    Directors: Angus Sampson, Tony Mahony

    Cast: Hugo Weaving, Angus Sampson, John Noble, Leigh Whannell




    Based on the popular children’s book series, Tashi is a new animated series set against a rich 3D environment and vibrant 2D backdrop.

    Screening 7.30am weekdays on 7two

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    Directors: Mark Wasik

    On TV


    Online Content Today

    Australian online content makers explain how online is set to be the growth area for the future.

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    Online Content Today



    vs Zombies

    Zombies invade Ramsay Street in Neighbours vs Zombies, a five-part Halloween series for YouTube.

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    Neighbours vs Zombies



    Sundance Film Festival 2015

    Australian films Strangerland and Partisan will have their world premieres at the renowned Sundance Film Festival in 2015.

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    Sundance Film Festival


    Director: Ariel Kleiman

    Cast: Vincent Cassel



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New Co-production Program guidelines released

Filmmakers from Australia, the UK and Australia’s other official co-production partner countries will benefit from a simpler and streamlined Australian International Co-production Program. Find out more.

New research into online audiences

Screen Australia is pleased to announce funding for seven projects in its final Games Production funding round. - See more at: http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/news_and_events/2014/mr_140626_games.aspx#sthash.OYhongXW.dpuf

Screen Australia's latest research report explores trends in current online video use, including barriers and drivers to using different platforms and the kinds of content viewers are seeking once they get there. Find out more.

Eleven television and film projects to receive funding

Screen Australia today announced its support of 11 television and film projects. Funding of close to $10.7 million will be allocated to a range of screen stories that will trigger production to the value of nearly $59 million. Find out more.

Eight documentaries funded 

Funding of $2.2 million was announced in November for eight new documentary projects across a range of broadcast partners. The projects will stimulate production worth $5.5 million. More.

Final guidelines for new documentary programs

Thanks for your feedback on our draft documentary guidelines. On 14 November we released our new suite of programs. The first deadlines are at the end of January. Check them out.

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