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    Felony

    Directed by Matthew Saville and starring Joel Edgerton, Felony is a tense, stylish and psychological thriller. In cinemas now.

    More Australian films at the cinema

    Felony

    Director: Matthew Saville

    Cast: Jai Courtney, Melissa George, Joel Edgerton and Tom Wilkinson

    Cinema

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    Anzac Girls

    A new six-part series based on the unique, true stories of Australian and New Zealand nurses serving at Gallipoli and the Western Front.

    Sundays at 8.30pm on ABC

    More details

    More Screen Australia programs on TV

    ANZAC Girls

    Directors: Ken Cameron, Ian Watson

    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

    Showreel

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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

    Interactive

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    Toronto International Film Festival 2014

    Congratulations to all of the Australian films selected to screen at the Toronto International Film Festival 4 September – 14 September.

    TIFF

    Australia at TIFF

    Paper Planes

    Director: Robert Connolly

    Cast: Sam Worthington, Ed Oxenbould, Deborah Mailman, David Wenham

    Festivals

 

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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 industry briefings

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

CEO Graeme Mason is hosting briefings in Hobart, Perth, Adelaide and Sydney over the next couple of weeks to elaborate on impacts for the industy of recently announced changes to the agency's programs. Read the Taking Stock document. Find out more about the briefings.

12 exciting projects to get funding support

In its latest round of production investment, Screen Australia today announced funding of more than $12 million for 12 projects, which will generate over $80 million worth of production. Find out more here.

Nine documentaries funded 

Funding of $3.4 million has been announced for nine new documentary projects, four through the National Documentary Program, three through the International program and two through the General program. The projects will stimulate production to the value of $11 million. More.

Documentary programs open for applications

Our documentary guidelines review has been extended to accommodate further industry consultation. As a result, existing documentary programs will remain in place for the rest of 2014 and are now accepting applications. More.

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