Alexander is like any other kid – playful, curious and naive. He is also a trained assassin. Partisan is director Ariel Kleiman's debut feature. In cinemas 28 May.

    In cinemas now

    View the trailer


    Director: Ariel Kleiman

    Cast: Vincent Cassel, Jeremy Chabriel, Florence Mezzara



    8MMM Aboriginal Radio

    8MMM Aboriginal Radio in Alice Springs runs on the smell of an oily rag, the enthusiasm of its motley Indigenous crew and the misguided intentions of the whitefellas in charge.

    Wednesday at 9.30pm on ABC


    8MMM Aboriginal Radio

    Director: Dena Curtis, Adrian Russell Wills

    Cast: Geoff Morrell, Shari Sebbens, Ian Meadows, Trisha Morton-Thomas, Laura Hughes

    On TV


    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.

    Watch on YouTube

    Australia at MIP Digital Fronts



    The Screen Blog

    The Screen Blog is a celebration of Australian film and TV. Here we’ll showcase some of the amazing talent, characters and stories that Australia has to offer.

    The Screen Blog

    The Screen Blog



    Australia at Cannes 2015

    George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road and the short films The Guests and Ri Guang Zhi Xia (Under the Sun) will screen at the Cannes Film Festival 2015.

    Australia at Cannes

    Cannes Film Festival

    Mad Max: Fury Road

    Director: George Miller

    Producers: George Miller, Doug Mitchell, PJ Voeten



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Are you attending Sunny Side of the Doc?

Screen Australia and a number of state screen agencies will work together to support a delegation of Australian factual and documentary producers to attend Sunny Side of the Doc (22-25 June 2015) 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.

Indigenous Producers Initiative

Are you an aspiring Indigenous filmmaker with a flair for storytelling? Our Indigenous Producers Initiative is a great opportunity for you to develop comprehensive filmmaking skills. Find out more.

$13.4 million invested in 12 feature film and television projects

Screen Australia will invest $13.4 million in 12 new feature film and television projects which will instigate production to the value of $64.3 million. 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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