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    Charlie's Country

    Rolf de Heer's latest collaboration with David Gulpilil is an honest yet uplifting depiction of modern Australian indigenous culture. In cinemas now.

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    Charlie's Country

    Director: Rolf de Heer

    Cast: David Gulpilil, Peter Djigirr, Luke Ford

    Cinema

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    Who Do You Think You Are?

    Well known Australians play detective as they go in search of their family history, revealing secrets and surprises from the past.

    Tuesdays at 7.30pm on SBS1

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    More Screen Australia programs on TV

    Who Do You Think You Are?

    Producers: Brian Beatons, Celia Tait, Margie Bryant

    On TV

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    Australian Screen Partnerships in Asia

    Watch our promotional trailer highlighting opportunities for Australian screen production partnerships in the Asian region.

    Watch the promo on YouTube

    Australian Screen Partnerships in Asia

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    How would you spend your final hours on earth?...

    ‘The Countdown’ is an interactive prequel released ahead of the upcoming Australian apocalyptic thriller These Final Hours.

    Experience ‘The Countdown’

    The Countdown

    IEP

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    Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

    Shot on location in and around Melbourne, Predestination will be the opening night film for the Melbourne International Film Festival 31 July – 17 August

    Melbourne International Film Festival

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    Predestination

    Directors: Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig

     

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18 feature projects to receive just under $535,000 in funding

18 feature projects with an international flavour will receive almost $535,000 in development funding. Find out more.

Screen Australia: Next steps

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 today announced changes resulting from a review of programs and operations. CEO Graeme Mason has outlined the direction for the agency and context for these changes. Find out more.

12 diverse projects to get funding support

Screen Australia has announced production investment in 12 projects including two feature films, a television series and nine multiplatform programs, in the final round of drama funding for the financial year. Find out more here.

Feedback on draft documentary program guidelines

Thanks to all of you who submitted your views on the draft documentary program guidelines. Consultation has now closed and we are currently considering next steps. You can read submissions here.

Six short films receive funding

We have just announced production investment of $446,000 in six short films through our Short Animation and Shorts Completion programs. Find out more here.

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