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  • Selling web series overseas

    Two producers. One from French production and distribution company Rockzeline and the other an experienced Australian all-rounder. Both break down their advice about taking original online content global.

    14 Feb 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Selling web series overseas - Part 1: Charlotte Seymour and Other People’s Problems

    Producer Charlotte Seymour dove into the world of web series for the first time with Other People’s Problems.

    14 Feb 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Selling web series overseas - Part 2: Tom Pope and Rockzeline

    When Rockzeline formed in 2012, it was as a distributor of online content. They sold projects such as Australian web series The Wizards of Aus to Canal Plus, and helped set up the digital offer of public broadcaster France Télévisions. But in recent years, they’ve expanded into developing and creating their own original productions.

    14 Feb 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Podcast – Official Co-productions Cleverman

    Goalpost Pictures’ Rosemary Blight and Ben Grant discuss Official Co-productions in television.

    13 Feb 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Podcast – Official Co-productions

    Screen Australia's Tim Phillips and Colleen Champ discuss the ins and outs of Official Co-productions.

    31 Jan 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Podcast – Official Co-Productions: Emile Sherman

    Australian producer Emile Sherman shares his insights working on Official Co-productions.

    31 Jan 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 7th AACTA Awards red carpet

    The screen industry came together on 6 December to celebrate an amazing year of Aussie stories.

    07 Dec 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Report released – a decade of the Producer Offset

    Screen Australia has today released a report marking 10 years since the introduction of the Producer Offset – the tax rebate for eligible Australian works.

    15 Nov 2017
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  • CEO Speech: The Producer Offset 10 Years On

    Speaking at the Screen Forever conference in Melbourne, Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason launched the Skin in the Game report.

    15 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • The Drama Report: a record has been smashed

    Foreign films pushed up activity, TV hours have shrunk over time, local film numbers have grown, and there’s a lot of tangled threads.

    31 Oct 2017
    By Sandy George
  • Drama Report 2016/17: Record $1 billion+ expenditure

    Screen Australia’s 27th annual Drama Report released today shows an all-time high expenditure on drama production in Australia in 2016/17 with $1.3 billion, made up of $610 million foreign project spend and $667 million for Australian projects.

    31 Oct 2017
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  • Drama Report 2016/17 key findings

    Miranda Tapsell summarises the key points from this year’s report, including the first time expenditure on drama has gone over $1 billion.

    31 Oct 2017
    By Screen Australia