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    • Taika Waititi: paying it forward on Thor: Ragnarok

      Director Taika Waititi on the moments in Thor: Ragnarok created just for Kiwis and Aussies, and why it was important to have Indigenous attachments on set.

      17 Oct 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Stars come out for new ABC comedy Squinters

      ABC and Screen Australia in association with Create NSW are pleased to announce that filming is underway in Sydney this week on Jungle’s new six-part comedy series Squinters.

      13 Oct 2017
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    • The three-year, round-the-world hunt for Wake In Fright

      Wake In Fright producer Helen Bowden reveals how tracking down a near 60-year-old document to an archive in Paris was pivotal to making the Network Ten drama.

      29 Sep 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Wake In Fright retold

      Director Kriv Stenders is joined by actors David Wenham and Sean Keenan, producers Helen Bowden and Kristian Moliere to discuss Network Ten’s Wake In Fright mini-series.

      27 Sep 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Jennifer Peedom on making Mountain

      BAFTA-nominated director Jennifer Peedom, best known for capturing adventurers in extreme circumstances, explains how she made her new film and why she returned to the mountains.

      15 Sep 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Australia at Venice 2017

      Sweet Country has premiered in Venice to critical acclaim and a standing ovation but director Warwick Thornton is just relieved that people have finally seen the film.

      07 Sep 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Anne Edmonds on keeping comedy fresh

      Comedian and The Edge of the Bush creator Anne Edmonds on giving stand-up comedy characters new life on the screen – and the pressure of playing four of them.

      06 Sep 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Above Average and Screen Australia announce production of Small Town Hackers

      Above Average and Screen Australia, in association with Screenwest and Lotterywest, are proud to announce Small Town Hackers, a three-part online series commissioned exclusively by Above Average, the digital studio founded by legendary comedy producer Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video (Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Portlandia).

      06 Sep 2017
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    • Bruna Papandrea and Naomi Watts developing Australian projects

      Screen Australia has announced Story Development funding for 14 features and three online series, as well as one industry placement, totalling $500,000. Included among the slate are two features produced by Bruna Papandrea through Made Up Stories; a feature directorial debut project from Bondi Hipsters writer/directors Connor and Christiaan Van Vuuren.

      05 Sep 2017
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    • This is Desmondo Ray! Prologue

      A peculiar man searches for love in a dark and troubling world.

      28 Aug 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Collie, Karvan and McNamara on the evolution of TV

      Doctor Doctor producers Ian Collie, Claudia Karvan and Tony McNamara weigh in on season 2, the evolution of the TV industry and nurturing new voices.

      23 Aug 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Rachel Griffiths to star in new SBS drama Dead Lucky

      Internationally acclaimed Australian actress Rachel Griffiths headlines the cast for new SBS crime thriller Dead Lucky, which starts filming in Sydney this week.

      21 Aug 2017
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