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      With Halloween just around the corner, here are some of the most terrifying Aussie films to have come out over the past 30 years.

      29 Oct 2015
      By Emma Carroll
    • Australian drama: A state of play

      Australian audiences are embracing local content in droves but industry needs to continue rallying behind local production, with challenging times ahead.

      29 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • From big screen to small, we just can’t get enough of Sarah Snook

      Australian actress Sarah Snook continues to soar on Australian film and television, capping off a stellar year with a double whammy of The Dressmaker and The Beautiful Lie.

      28 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • The Aussie producer rallying audiences around social justice docos

      Australian impact producer Alex Kelly reveals how she’s bringing grassroots climate change movements together with the documentary This Changes Everything.

      26 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Handycam footage becomes chilling Only the Dead

      Journalist Michael Ware explains how he turned his Handycam footage from the Iraq War into chilling documentary Only the Dead.

      20 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • 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