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    Holding the Man

    A bright Catholic boy falls in love with the captain of the school’s football team… and gets him. Based on Tim Conigrave’s acclaimed memoir and the hit stage play. In cinemas 27 August.

    In cinemas 27 August 2015

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    Holding the Man

    Director: Neil Armfield

    Starring Ryan Corr, Craig Scott, Anthony Lapaglia, Guy Pearce, Kerry Scott, Camilla Ah Kin and Sarah Snook.

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    Doodles

    Each week the audience submit and choose the animated characters (doodles) for an episode’s all-new adventure.

    Friday at 5.10pm on ABC3

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    Doodles

    Director: Daley Pearson.

    Producers: Charlie Aspinwall and Nicholas Boshier.

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    Australia at MIP Digital Fronts

    Australia is fast embracing its YouTubers as the next generation of screen talent. Screen Australia is proud to present four of the best at MIP TV Digital Fronts in 2015.

    Watch on YouTube

    Australia at MIP Digital Fronts

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    The Screen Blog

    The Screen Blog is a celebration of Australian film and TV. Here we’ll showcase some of the amazing talent, characters and stories that Australia has to offer.

    The Screen Blog

    The Screen Blog

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    Toronto International Film Festival 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival runs from 10 to 20 September 2015. Check out some of the Australian films that have been selected so far.

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    The Dressmaker

    Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse

    Producer: Sue Maslin

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Looking For Grace selected for prestigous new Program platform at TIFF 2015

We congratulate director Sue Brooks and the creative team behind the film Looking For Grace, for its selection into the inaugural Platform program at the Toronto International Film Festival. More.

23 film and TV projects receive development funding

A diverse range of projects and talent are being supported, including works from Cate Blanchett and Tony Ayres, Bryan Brown and Rachel Ward, Richard Roxburgh and more. More.

Navigating new terrain for Australian feature films

Explore the challenges and opportunities of today’s distribution terrain. Key data, trends and analysis plus case studies of some new release strategies. Read the issues paper.

Australia at MIPCOM 2015

Screen Australia will provide a marketplace umbrella and produce marketing material to support the Australians attending MIPCOM this year. More.

Apply now for the Asian Animation Summit

Australian creators of animated projects for children and invited to apply to participate in the fourth Asian Animation Summit. More.

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