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    Looking For Grace

    When Grace runs away from home, she and her family have no idea that life as they know it is gone for good.

    In cinemas 26 January 2016

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    Looking For Grace

    Director: Sue Brooks

    Cast: Richard Roxburgh, Radha Mitchell, Terry Norris, Odessa Young.

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    The Family Law

    The gloriously dysfunctional world of a hilarious and heart-warming Chinese-Australian family through the eyes of 14-year-old Benjamin.

    Thursdays at 8.30pm on SBS

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    The Family Law

    Director: Jonathan Brough

    Cast: Trystan Go, Shuang Hu, George Zhao, Karina Lee, Vivian Wei, Fiona Choi, Anthony Brandon Wong.

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    Gender Matters

    Brilliant Stories, Brilliant Careers. We’ve launched our next stage of the Gender Matters initiative, offering funding for the story development and career support of women in the Australian film industry.

    Go to the Gender Matters Hub

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    Gender Matters

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    Screen Intel

    The Screen Blog presents Screen Intel, a new section of the blog that looks into the data and the deals behind the Australian screen industry.

    Screen Intel

    The Screen Blog

    The Screen Blog

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    Australia on Screen

    Celebrating Australian filmmakers and projects represented at international film festivals and markets.

    Australia on Screen

    The Dressmaker

    Screened at TIFF 2015 (Gala Presentation - World Premiere) and Busan 2015 (World Cinema – Asian Premiere)

    Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse

    Festivals

 

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Australian film has passed a significant box office milestone, surpassing the all-time box office record of $63.4 million set in 2001 and is currently at $64 million. More.

Opportunities for Indigenous filmmakers - Songlines on Screen 2

Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department together with NITV are pleased to announce the second Songlines on Screen initiative, and are looking for new talent. More.

Skip Ahead: Film development workshop

Screen Australia and Google will host two 2½-day workshops for leading YouTubers seeking to develop films and series pilots. More.

Documentary Broadcast program funding announced

A diverse range of documentaries will receive $2.9 million in funding in the latest round of Documentary Broadcast program. More.

New blog platform 'Screen Intel' launched

Screen Australia has announced a new blog platform called Screen Intel which will draw on the research, financial data and insights held within the agency. More.

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