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  • Australians go viral - Part 3: Insight from broadcasters and platforms

    The number of people watching film, TV and other content online is growing exponentially. Data shows that 63% of Australians gobbled up stories this way in 2016*.

    17 May 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Why Australian screen stories matter

    Screen Australia Board Members Megan Brownlow and Joanna Werner will participate in the first session at the ACMA Australian Content Conversation conference.

    16 May 2017
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  • Directors: apply now for Talent LA

    Screen Australia is supporting up to eight Australian directors to travel to Los Angeles, USA in late June 2017 to attend a Talent LA.

    11 Apr 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Applications open for Shock Treatment

    Screen Australia and the ABC are on the hunt for early career Indigenous writers and/or directors with a genuine love of the horror genre.

    29 Mar 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Australians go viral

    So what is the cost of creating an online series or video?

    21 Mar 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Australians go viral - Part 1: How much does it cost?

    The myth of the ‘overnight success’ story can make it seem like this is an easy, and inexpensive route to becoming a filmmaker.

    21 Mar 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Gender Matters: taking stock

    We check in with some of the recipients of Gender Matters to see how their projects or initiatives have been progressing.

    08 Mar 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Australian Documentary Reel 2017

    Celebrating Australian documentaries at AIDC 2017.

    06 Mar 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Flip the script

    Geena Davis is intent on highlighting sexism in Hollywood, as are these allies.

    28 Feb 2017
    By Jenny Valentish
  • Tourism and exports: the screen industry is a major contributor

    The Screen Currency report for the first time measures the value of Australian screen content as a magnet for international tourism.

    18 Jan 2017
    By Don Groves
  • Industry welcomes Screen Currency report

    A landmark study on the value of Australian screen content has been a welcome revelation for industry practitioners across the board. Nick Murray (CJZ), Rick Maier (Network Ten), Ryan Griffen, Tony Clark (Rising Sun Pictures), Rachel Griffiths, Joel Pearlman (Roadshow) and Vicki Madden (Sweet Potato Films) speak on the announcement.

    18 Jan 2017
    By Don Groves
  • AUSTRALIA: MULTIPLATFORM STORYTELLING PIONEER

    We’re seeing Aussie video content gaining impressive traction at Webfests, the International Emmy awards, and on streaming platforms worldwide. Here's how.

    13 Dec 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca