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Tag: filmmaking

    • Here Come The Habibs – again!

      We get a behind-the-scenes look at what creator Rob Shehadie and the Habibs have in store for season two of the Nine series.

      29 May 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Five takeaways from the Australian Content Conversation

      The Australian Content Conversation conference has wrapped, but discussions around tackling the future challenges and opportunities within the screen sector will only continue.

      26 May 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Australians go viral - Part 2: Creating a digital content strategy

      For creators of digital content on platforms such as YouTube, a high level of multitasking is required as a channel or series grows in popularity and views.

      17 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
    • Dance Academy: The Movie

      Dance Academy stars Xenia Goodwin, Alicia Banit, Thomas Lacey and director Jeffrey Walker on their experience working on the film.

      28 Mar 2017
      By Screen Australia
    • Handycam footage becomes chilling Only the Dead

      Journalist Michael Ware explains how he turned his Handycam footage from the Iraq War into chilling documentary Only the Dead.

      20 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • A modern-day rom-com: UNindian

      Whether it’s welcoming Bollywood crews to Australia or casting fast-bowler Brett Lee as his leading man, director Anupam Sharma has always gotten a kick out of pushing boundaries. And with his latest flick UNindian, he may have hit a six.

      14 Oct 2015
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Spear: Bangarra’s venture onto the silver screen

      When Robert Connolly picked Bangarra Artistic Director Stephen Page to direct Sand – one of the episodes of the film adaptation of Tim Winton’s The Turning – he brokered a marriage between an established dance talent and another medium.

      07 Oct 2015
      By Caroline Baum
    • Australia descends on Toronto

      Echoing its domestic box-office resurgence at home, Australian cinema has enjoyed its biggest showing at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) since 2009.

      23 Sep 2015
      By Ed Gibbs
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