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Tag: international

    • Aussie TV around the world

      A flurry of recent international sales of Australian TV, including Doctor Doctor to Germany, continues a long tradition.

      01 Aug 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Four Australian films selected for Venice including Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country

      The Venice International Film Festival today announced their 2017 program confirming the selection of four Australian films, including Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country which will make its world premiere in official competition.

      27 Jul 2017
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    • Jonathan Teplitzky: a director's vision

      How director Jonathan Teplitzky’s love of photography led him into cinema and creating the likes of Churchill, The Railway Man and Gettin’ Square.

      31 May 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Funding Living Universe: As challenging as finding extraterrestrial life

      Raising $6.78 million for an ambitious space science documentary that would excite international audiences was the opposite of a walk in the park for Essential Media and Entertainment chief executive Chris Hilton.

      03 May 2017
      By Sandy George
    • Armando Iannucci: writing office politics

      Writer, producer and director Armando Iannucci, best known as the driving force behind hit political satires such as Veep and The Thick of It, reveals his writing process, being funny under pressure and how the industry has changed.

      28 Apr 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Screen Australia & Australians in Film 2017 Australian Oscars Reception

      The Australian Academy Award nominees gathered at a reception in LA hosted by Screen Australia and Australians in Film.

      25 Feb 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Australia at Berlinale 2017

      Australian filmmakers Kitty Green (Casting JonBenet), Neil Triffett (EMO The Musical), Kriv Stenders (RED DOG: True Blue), Polly Staniford and Cate Shortland (Berlin Syndrome, plus Berlinale Camera recipient Geoffrey Rush, Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason and Her Excellency Lynette Wood, Ambassador of Australia to Germany, at the Berlin International Film Festival.

      21 Feb 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • 2017 G’Day USA Gala Highlights

      All the colour from the annual G’Day USA gala in Hollywood.

      28 Jan 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Catherine Martin: Beyond compare

      Academy Award-winning costume and production designer Catherine Martin reflects on her career, gender equality and G’Day USA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

      27 Jan 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • International success #5

      From the lead roles in the US, to the new audiences from Poland to Mexico – we check in with our local talent taking on the world.

      17 Jan 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • 13 times non-Aussies tried to sound 'Strayan

      We take a look at 13 times actors who weren’t Australian attempted the notoriously difficult accent – with varying degrees of success.

      16 Jan 2017
      By Caris Bizzaca

      Securing an advance from an international sales agent against future anticipated rest of world (ROW) sales revenue could be a key factor behind whether enough money can be raised to enable a film to go into production.

      16 Nov 2016
      By Sandy George
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