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Tag: film

    • Hunter Page-Lochard goes full circle with Spear

      For Hunter Page-Lochard, working on his father’s feature directorial debut Spear was like a rite of passage.

      18 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca

      Ten times Australian stage plays were transformed into films.

      16 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Transforming The Wild Duck into The Daughter

      The Daughter director Simon Stone talks through the challenges of adapting Ibsen’s The Wild Duck for his feature film debut and its intense 30-day shoot.

      16 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Aussie docos go global with VOD

      Video on Demand (VOD) is providing docos with a global platform to get their films noticed and experts are calling it a “no-brainer” for Aussie filmmakers.

      09 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Celebrating screenwriter Laura Jones

      She’s one of the most accomplished women in film, but Laura Jones hates being the centre of attention.

      09 Mar 2016
      By Caroline Baum

      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