Publications
2014

Most of these publications are available as PDF downloads. Email enquiries to publications@screenaustralia.gov.au

Spotlight on Australia imagineNATIVE (PDF 1.7MB)
(October 2014)
Booklet includes all the Indigenous Australian features, shorts, digital and radio works that were showcased at the festival in Toronto, Canada.
Australia at MIPCOM 2014 (PDF 3MB)
(October 2014)
Screen Australia’s directory of Australian companies represented at MIPCOM 2014 includes company profiles and contact details, and information about new and recently completed projects.
Australia at TIFF 2014 (PDF 3MB)
(September 2014)
Find out about the Australian films screening at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) as well as information about the latest and upcoming Australian titles.
Doing Business with Australia: Producer Offset and Co-productions (PDF 3.2MB)
(July 2014)
Screen Australia administers the international co-production program and the producer offset, a rebate on qualifying costs of making Australian film and TV. This brochure provides an accessible guide to these programs.
Doing Business with Australai
Australia at Sunny Side of the Doc (PDF 752KB)
(June 2014)
Screen Australia has published a directory of Australian producers attending Sunny Side of the Doc 2014.
Australia at Cannes (PDF 1MB)
(May 2014)
Find out more about Australian films screening at Cannes and Marche du Film in 2014, as well as information about the latest and upcoming Australian titles.
Australian Producers at Cannes (PDF 4MB)
(May 2014)
Screen Australia has published a directory of Australian producers attending Cannes 2014.
Australians at MIPTV (PDF 2.1MB)
(March 2014)
Screen Australia has published a directory of Australian companies attending MIPTV 2014.
Australian Delegation China 2014 (PDF 1.5MB)
(March 2014)
Screen Australia has published a directory of Australian Producers attending Asian Side of the Doc 2014. Download the booklet in English or Mandarin.
Australian Documentaries 2014 (PDF 3.5MB)
(February 2014)
The latest catalogue of stand-out Australian documentaries, including previews of upcoming titles.
Australia at Berlin 2014 (PDF 3.8MB)
(February 2014)
Find out more about the Australian films screening at Berlinale and EFM in 2014, as well as information about the latest and upcoming Australian titles.
Finding festivals & fans, Creating buzz & benefits
A guide to marketing short films
(PDF 1.1MB)

(February 2014)
This guide describes various options for exploiting short films and outlines how to negotiate the festival, sales and self-distribution landscape.

 

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Drama Report 2013/14The Drama Report 2013/14
(Nov 2014)
Covers the production of feature films and TV drama programs (mini-series, telemovies and series/serials) in Australia by financial year including the operation of the Producer Offset tax rebate for domestic Australian projects and official co-productions.

Common GroundCommon Ground: Opportunities for Australian Screen Partnerships in Asia 2013 (Oct 2013)
Explores Australia’s current engagement with the screen production sector across the Asian region.

Child's Play reportChild's Play: Issues in Australian Children's Television 2013 (May 2013)
Aims to increase understanding of how children engage with screen content, and the unique challenges involved in financing, producing and scheduling children's programs in today's rapidly evolving media landscape.

Getting Down to Business coverGetting Down to Business: The Producer Offset Five Years On
(November 2012)
Reports on producers' experiences with the Offset, the benefits it has delivered, and the ways it has impacted on business practices.

transmedia bible coverHow to Write a Transmedia Production Bible
(July 2011)
A best-practice guide to the thinking, planning, documentation and supporting materials required when developing a property across multiple platforms.

Pathways & Protocols: a filmmaker's guide to working with Indigenous people, culture and concepts
Pathways and Protocols cover(May 2009)
A comprehensive guide for all filmmakers working with Indigenous content and communities.
Hard copies are available free of charge by emailing Publications.

The Black List: Film and TV projects since 1970 with Indigenous Australians in key creative roles
The Black List(June 2010)
Catalogues the work
of 257 Indigenous Australians with
credits as producer, director, writer, or director of photography on a total of 674 screen productions. Email Publications for a hard copy.

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