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    That Sugar Film

    One man’s journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar. Damon Gameau embarks on a unique experiment to document the effects of a high-sugar diet on a healthy body. In cinemas now.

    In cinemas now

    That Sugar Film

    Director: Damon Gameau

    Cast: Damon Gameau, Zoe Tuckwell-Smith, Stephen Fry, Brenton Thwaites, Isabel Lucas, Jessica Marais, David Gillespie

    Film

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    Deadline Gallipoli

    The untold story of embedded journalists who find themselves appalled by how the battle at Gallipoli is being managed.

    Sunday at 8.30pm on Foxtel's Showcase

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    Deadline Gallipoli

    Director: Michael Rymer

    Cast: Sam Worthington, Hugh Dancy, Joel Jackson, Rachel Griffiths, Bryan Brown

    On TV

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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.

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    Australia at MIP Digital Fronts

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    The Katering Show

    In this six-part web series, horrendously smug foodie, Kate McLennan, tries to teach food intolerant anti-foodie, Kate McCartney, how to cook a new dish per week.

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    The Katering Show

    Multiplatform

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    Australia at Hot Docs 2015

    Australian documentaries Gayby Baby, Sam Klemke’s Time Machine and The Bolivian Case will premiere at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto.

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    Sam Klemke's Time Machine

    Director: Matthew Bate

    Producers: Rebecca Summerton, Sophie Hyde

    Festivals

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Australia at Cannes 2015

Screen Australia will once again be offering support for Australians at Cannes. More.

Seven edgy stories supported through Screen Australia’s Multiplatform Drama program

Screen Australia will provide $2.1 million to seven unconventional stories through its Multiplatform Drama program. More.

Australia at MIPTV 2015

Supporting Australian screen business in the international marketplace. More.

5th Australia-China Film Industry Forum, 20 April 2015, Beijing

Screen Australia, in partnership with Ausfilm and the Australian Embassy Beijing, will co-host the 5th Australia-China Film Industry Forum in Beijing on 20 April 2015. More.

Recipients announced for Enterprise Industry: Growth and Stories program

Ten Australian production companies have been awarded $3.2 million to develop projects and talent with a view to expanding production and broadcast pipelines. More.

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