Son of a Gun

    An edge-of-your-seat heist thriller starring Ewan McGregor and talented newcomer Brenton Thwaites. In cinemas October 16.

    More Australian films at the cinema

    Son of a Gun

    Director: Julius Avery

    Cast: Ewan McGregor, Brenton Thwaites, Alicia Vikander



    The Code

    A new, six-hour political thriller starring Dan Spielman, Adam Garcia and David Wenham.

    Sundays at 8.30pm on ABC

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    The Code

    Director: Shawn Seet

    On TV


    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



    Wastelander Panda

    The tale of the last remaining pandas in a post-apocalyptic Wasteland.

    Watch on Youtube

    Watch on iview

    Wastelander Panda



    Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival 2014

    Congratulations to all those involved with The Babadook – which has been announced as the winner of the Special Jury Award in Official Fantàstic 47 Category at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival.


    The Babadook

    Director: Jennifer Kent

    Cast: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Daniel Henshall



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New Co-production Program guidelines released

Filmmakers from Australia, the UK and Australia’s other official co-production partner countries will benefit from a simpler and streamlined Australian International Co-production Program. Find out more.

Screen Australia focuses on 'core business'

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 recently hosted briefings in Hobart, Perth, Adelaide and Sydney to elaborate on impacts for the industy of the changes to the agency's programs announced in the Taking Stock document.

Four features approved for production funding

We've just announced production support of nearly $965,000 for four feature projects, generating more than $6.8 million of production activity. It's a diverse collection that promises audiences laughs, tears and fears.  Find out more.

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.

New draft documentary guidelines

In September we released a second draft of our proposed new guidelines for documentary funding. Thanks for your feedback. Submissions are now closed, and we'll be issuing final guidlines in the next few weeks. Read submissions received.

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