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Tag: adaptation

  • International success #3

    From the Spierig brothers and Alethea Jones to Judy Davis and Ryan Kwanten, we take a look at Aussies who've been having huge success internationally.

    23 Aug 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Risk vs Reward vs Robert Connolly

    Robert Connolly talks about risk-taking as a business principle and how complex novels such as Barracuda have found the perfect home in four-part TV series.

    27 Jul 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 3: PRODUCER FIONA EAGGER ON MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES

    Every Cloud Productions has made three series of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which is represented by all3media International. Fiona Eagger explains the strategic thinking that went into the production.

    24 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • Wolf Creek: Back with a vengeance

    Mick Taylor is back. John Jarratt on bringing his iconic sociopath back to screens for the new Stan series, and what SVOD is doing for Aussie storytelling.

    11 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Tomorrow When the War Began moves to TV

    Producer Michael Boughen walks us through the Tomorrow When the War Began book, to film, to TV adaption and what fans can expect.

    20 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • FROM STAGE TO SCREEN

    Ten times Australian stage plays were transformed into films.

    16 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Transforming The Wild Duck into The Daughter

    The Daughter director Simon Stone talks through the challenges of adapting Ibsen’s The Wild Duck for his feature film debut and its intense 30-day shoot.

    16 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Tragedy + time = comedy

    Ben Law’s memoir is the basis for new TV series, The Family Law, which follows 14-year-old Ben over one particular summer when his parents separate.

    13 Jan 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 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
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