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      You’ve heard of the Bechdel test? Well, here are 11 films, TV series and online shows that not only pass the test, but were written or directed by a woman.

      07 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • The China connection

      The Australia-China screen relationship is deepening in features, children’s programming and documentaries. Let's look into why.

      01 Mar 2016
      By Don Groves
    • Mad Max: Fury Road dominates technical Oscars®

      Mad Max: Fury Road roared away from the Academy Awards with six awards – the most trophies won by any movie on the night and Australia’s most successful film at the Oscars® in history.

      01 Mar 2016
      By Screen Australia
    • Berlinale 2016: Into the great wide open

      Embracing change, this year’s Berlinale provided the perfect platform for Australian creatives working far beyond their comfort zones.

      23 Feb 2016
      By Ed Gibbs
    • Star on the rise

      With Looking for Grace and The Daughter both film festival darlings, Odessa Young is suddenly finding herself in the spotlight. She looks back on the creation of her two first features and how entwined the experiences were.

      17 Feb 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Mel Gibson joins Tropfest judging panel

      Hoping to give an emerging Australian filmmaker their big break at Tropfest, the revived short film festival has announced the Oscar-winner will be one of this year’s judges.

      11 Feb 2016
      By Screen Australia
    • Director's Attachment announced on Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant

      The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) and Screen Australia today announced a director’s attachment for Ridley Scott’s upcoming feature Alien: Covenant that is filming in Australia in 2016.

      08 Feb 2016
      By Screen Australia
    • Latest development news

      Find out who are the latest Story Development and Talent Development funding recipients. Read up also on who the Hot Shots short filmmaking teams are, and what's coming up for our exciting new Family Films Initiative. 

      03 Feb 2016
      By Screen Australia
    • Australians at Sundance

      Lynette Wallworth’s Collisions, screening as part of this year’s Sundance film festival, provides a visceral look at a uniquely Australian story.

      02 Feb 2016
      By Ed Gibbs
    • Radha Mitchell: Back for female-led Looking for Grace

      Actor Radha Mitchell returns to her homeland for her first Australian film in half a decade with Looking for Grace.

      25 Jan 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Cleverman off to Berlinale

      Epic genre series Cleverman is selected for Berlinale, not only commending the quality of Indigenous storytelling, but changing attitudes toward television too.

      24 Jan 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Coming soon: Bloodlands

      Upcoming Aussie horror flick, Bloodlands is set in Albania and it’s about blood feuds, witches and coming-of-age. We chat to director Steven Kastrissios, whose last feature was his 2009 debut, The Horseman.

      20 Jan 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca