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  • Otto Bloom prepares to premiere at MIFF

    Xavier Samuel was beckoned back by Belvoir Theatre. A year later, fortuitous timing has led to four features and a TV series shot almost back-to-back.

    26 Jul 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Australia and China “natural partners”

    Bleeding Steel actor Jackie Chan and Village Roadshow Asia CEO Ellen Eliasoph share their advice for Australian filmmakers wanting to work with China.

    29 Jul 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • The journey to Embrace

    Three years ago, Taryn Brumfitt could never have thought she'd be a filmmaker, but when her personal story went viral, she realised Embrace was needed.

    10 Aug 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Down Under: it’s a riot

    Down Under writer/director Abe Forsythe reveals the road he took to write and develop a comedy that revolves around a race riot.

    10 Aug 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Scott Hicks reflects on Shine, 20 years on

    For its 20th anniversary, Scott Hicks looks back on the “long, arduous” process that was developing and financing Shine and why it was worth every minute.

    19 Aug 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 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
  • Screen Australia funds four new Hot Shots teams

    Screen Australia is pleased to announce the four successful projects from our Hot Shots Short Film Fund.

    24 Aug 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Gender Matters: Bruna Papandrea

    Australian producer Bruna Papandrea of Gone Girl and Wild reflects on her career trajectory, emphasising the importance of mentors for budding filmmakers.

    26 Aug 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Hacksaw Ridge: between indie and franchise

    Producer Bill Mechanic reveals why films like Hacksaw Ridge are “pretty impossible” to get made and the Australians that made it happen.

    05 Sep 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Girl Asleep : coming to a cinema near you

    Girl Asleep director Rosemary Myers talks winning CinefestOZ and the challenges facing independent films when it comes to distribution.

    07 Sep 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Australian films wow at Venice

    Australians made a serious splash at this year’s Venice Film Festival – the oldest film festival in the world.

    09 Sep 2016
    By Ed Gibbs
  • Australia’s Nicholas Verso Talks U.S. Influences on His ‘Boys in the Trees’ and Yoko Ono Song Rights [Variety]

    Australian writer/director Nicholas Verso’s gender-bending Boys in the Trees world-premiered late last week in the Venice Film Festival’s Horizons section, which is dedicated to cutting-edge fare, before segueing to Toronto.

    13 Sep 2016
    Go to variety.com
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