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Tag: drama

    • Making it in Hollywood

      So you’re an Aussie actor with dreams of Hollywood stardom?

      06 Jun 2018
      By Jenny Cooney
    • Making it in Hollywood - Part 1: Dichen Lachman on accents, visas and being proactive

      The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Altered Carbon actress delivers her tips for Aussies trying to build a career at home and abroad.

      06 Jun 2018
      By Jenny Cooney
    • Mystery Road – behind the scenes

      Director Rachel Perkins shares her experience directing the six-part series Mystery Road based on Ivan Sen's film of the same name.

      01 Jun 2018
      By Chris Butel
    • Online content: creating

      In this two-part series, some of Australia’s top online video creators (and Skip Ahead recipients) share their experiences creating online content.

      01 Jun 2018
      By Screen Australia
    • Jo Porter: selling Aussie TV overseas

      In an increasingly crowded marketplace Picnic at Hanging Rock producer Jo Porter is looking for ideas that are bold enough to cut through.

      26 Apr 2018
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Australian talent at Berlinale 2018

      Experience the glitz and glamour from the world premieres of Picnic at Hanging Rock and Gurrumul in Berlin.

      21 Feb 2018
      By Screen Australia
    • Bunya: Sweet Country, Mystery Road & more

      As Bunya Productions goes from strength to strength, its producers discuss remote locations, IP and tackling TV.

      17 Jan 2018
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Romper Stomper: exploring uncomfortable territory

      The team behind Stan’s upcoming six-part series Romper Stomper want to put Australia’s alt-right (and left) under the glare of a television lens.

      14 Dec 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Ashley Zukerman talks new Easybeats drama

      Friday on My Mind writer Christopher Lee and actor Ashley Zukerman on how five migrant kids became the ‘sound’ of Australia in the 60s – and why that’s still relevant today.

      20 Nov 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Nicole da Silva: TV is the new film

      Doctor Doctor and Wentworth actor Nicole da Silva says the industry has changed, audiences are smarter, and our stories are all the better for it.

      09 Nov 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • 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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