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Tag: film

    • The Dressmaker has its star-studded Australian premiere

      Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth had been searching for a movie to make back home in Australia when he finally came across The Dressmaker.

      18 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • A modern-day rom-com: UNindian

      Whether it’s welcoming Bollywood crews to Australia or casting fast-bowler Brett Lee as his leading man, director Anupam Sharma has always gotten a kick out of pushing boundaries. And with his latest flick UNindian, he may have hit a six.

      14 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Aussie Docs selected for IDFA

      Australian documentaries Snow Monkey and Only the Dead have been selected for the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA).

      14 Oct 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Call for scripts for the Family Film Initiative

      At a time when Oddball has delivered over $4.5 million at the box office after only two weekends, Screen Australia is seeking to encourage experienced writers to consider family film through the creation of the Family Film Initiative.

      06 Oct 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Sydney Film Festval announces $200,000 annual fellowship

      By entering your film in the Lexus Short Films competition, not only will your film be seen by The Weinstein Company (TWC), but you will be in the running for the new annual Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship.

      06 Oct 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Australian films' festival blitz continues

      Four Australian films will have their Asian premieres at the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) from 1-10 October.

      30 Sep 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Australia descends on Toronto

      Echoing its domestic box-office resurgence at home, Australian cinema has enjoyed its biggest showing at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) since 2009.

      23 Sep 2015
      By Ed Gibbs
    • Beth Armstrong to be Director's Attachment on Hacksaw Ridge

      The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) and Screen Australia today announced director Beth Armstrong as the attachment to Mel Gibson, as part of the Director’s Attachment Scheme, an industry incentive program funded by Screen Australia and managed by the ADG for emerging feature film directors to develop their craft.

      21 Sep 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Berlin International Film Festival delegate to visit Australia

      Maryanne Redpath, official delegate for the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) and head of the Generation section, will visit Australia in September to view new Australian feature films for consideration for the 2015 festival.

      18 Sep 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Tanna and Early Winter lead an all-star Aussie charge at Venice and London Film Festivals

      It’s the first year that Australia had films in all categories at the Venice Film Festival, two of which are coming home with awards. At the same time, a record-breaking 13 Aussie films are headed to the London Film Festival. Still more are rolling out at Toronto.

      16 Sep 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Kelli Cross announced as Director's Attachment on Rachel Perkin's Jasper Jones

      The Bucktin Productions production, which will begin in Perth in September.

      07 Sep 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Stage to screen: theatre directors turn to film

      While novels have been a longstanding staple of screen material, this year sees an unprecedented number of stage plays translated to film by some of the most established names in theatre.

      04 Aug 2015
      By Caroline Baum