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  • Jirga: Behind the scenes

    Director Benjamin Gilmour reveals the extraordinary story of how his latest film Jirga was filmed in Afghanistan.

    02 Oct 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • ‘What I know now’: directing China Love

    Photographer-turned-director Olivia Martin-McGuire on her debut documentary China Love and what she’s learnt for next time.

    26 Sep 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Podcast – Producing Ladies in Black

    Ladies in Black producers Sue Milliken and Allanah Zitserman break down the financing and distribution of their new feature.

    21 Sep 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Ghosthunter: behind the scenes

    Director Ben Lawrence discusses his feature documentary Ghosthunter: “everything I thought the film was going to be, it was something else entirely.”

    21 Sep 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • Ladies in Black: behind the scenes

    Legendary Australian director Bruce Beresford shares his experience directing his latest film Ladies in Black.

    20 Sep 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • The Nightingale wins two awards at Venice Film Festival

    Australian feature film The Nightingale, directed by Jennifer Kent, won two awards at the 75th Venice International Film Festival on Saturday 8 September.

    12 Sep 2018
    By Screen Australia
  • “I was politically motivated”: Darlene Johnson’s unlikely path to filmmaking

    After “falling into” the film industry, Darlene Johnson has used her platform to tell the kind of stories she never saw growing up Aboriginal in Australia.

    11 Sep 2018
    By Maria Lewis
  • 25 years of Indigenous screen stories

    Indigenous screen industry veterans and emerging artists came together on Thursday 30 August at Carriageworks, Redfern to celebrate 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department.

    04 Sep 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • Wayne: meet the director

    Director Jeremy Sims makes his first foray into factual with a feature doco about Wayne Gardner.

    29 Aug 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • Celebrating 25 years

    This year marks 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department, which supports Indigenous Australians to tell their own screen stories.

    23 Aug 2018
    By Chris Butel
  • Five Indigenous Australian films (and one TV series) everyone should see

    The Indigenous Department at Screen Australia, the government agency charged with supporting Australian film and television production, is celebrating its 25th year and rather than send a cake, we figured we’d seek out some guidance on what to watch.

    08 Aug 2018
    Go to The New York Times
  • 25 years on, a silver lining for Australia's Indigenous filmmakers

    Wayne Blair, Rachel Perkins, Shari Sebbens and Dylan Rivers reflect on 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department.

    06 Aug 2018
    Go to Sydney Morning Herald