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    • 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
    • SELLING FORMATS: HOT AIR OR HOLY GRAIL? - PART 5: MATT CAMPBELL ON GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM

      Go Back To Where You Came From has been remade in Denmark, The Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland. And it's been optioned in a dozen other territories too.

      05 Sep 2015
      By Sandy George
    • SELLING FORMATS: HOT AIR OR HOLY GRAIL? - PART 6: NICKY DAVIES WILLIAMS GIVES THE DISTRIBUTOR'S POINT OF VIEW

      Nicky Davies Williams, CEO of DCD Rights, gives the distributors point of view when it comes to format sales.

      01 Sep 2015
      By Sandy George
    • Sammy J and Randy on pilots, cults and fart jokes

      Comedic duo Sammy J and Randy mark their TV sitcom debut with Sammy J and Randy in Ricketts Lane.

      18 Aug 2015
      By Emma Carroll
    • Creating a four-part divorce

      In the scheme of things, there really haven’t been that many operas written specifically for TV. The most enduring have been the seasonal favourite, Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, Britten’s Owen Wingrave, Stravinsky’s The Flood and, in Australia, Peter Sculthorpe’s Quiros (written for the 50th anniversary of the ABC in 1982).

      12 Aug 2015
      By Phillip Sametz
    • The morning after the night before

      Fragments of Friday is a new Aussie web series about three friends trying to figure out what they’d done on their Friday nights.

      12 Aug 2015
      By Emma Carroll
    • 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
    • One-man show to feature film: Sucker

      Australian feature film Sucker has its world premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival in August. It's come a long since its beginnings as a one-man stage show.

      29 Jul 2015
      By Screen Australia
    • Drawing breath: Simon Baker

      Sporting a dishevelled look of longer hair and a beard that sent his legion of admirers into a frenzy at Cannes recently, Baker shares some thoughts about his latest project Breath.

      15 Jul 2015
      By Caroline Baum
    • Man about town: Patrick Brammall

      He is, without a doubt, having his moment: Patrick Brammall, 37 is on our big and small screens this month with both Ruben Guthrie and Glitch and Australian audiences can’t seem to get enough of him.

      14 Jul 2015
      By Caroline Baum
    • Capturing songlines

      You may not be aware, but across vast and remote parts of Australia, a film project has been underway for several years.

      03 Jun 2015
      By Imogen Corlette
    • Tackling the Anzac legend

      Jacquelin Perske on the challenges of Deadline Gallipoli.

      12 May 2015
      By Caroline Baum