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  • Above Average and Screen Australia announce production of Small Town Hackers

    Above Average and Screen Australia, in association with Screenwest and Lotterywest, are proud to announce Small Town Hackers, a three-part online series commissioned exclusively by Above Average, the digital studio founded by legendary comedy producer Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video (Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Portlandia).

    06 Sep 2017
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  • Anne Edmonds on keeping comedy fresh

    Comedian and The Edge of the Bush creator Anne Edmonds on giving stand-up comedy characters new life on the screen – and the pressure of playing four of them.

    06 Sep 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Bruna Papandrea and Naomi Watts developing Australian projects

    Screen Australia has announced Story Development funding for 14 features and three online series, as well as one industry placement, totalling $500,000. Included among the slate are two features produced by Bruna Papandrea through Made Up Stories; a feature directorial debut project from Bondi Hipsters writer/directors Connor and Christiaan Van Vuuren.

    05 Sep 2017
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  • This is Desmondo Ray! Prologue

    A peculiar man searches for love in a dark and troubling world.

    28 Aug 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Content Review consultation paper released

    The Australian and Children’s Screen Content Review aims to make sure that Government policy supports the creation, exhibition and export of Australian screen stories now and into the future.

    10 Aug 2017
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  • The Other Guy: from stand-up to screen

    The Other Guy creator and star Matt Okine, co-star Adam Briggs and producer Angie Fielder spoke to Screen Australia on set in Sydney.

    09 Aug 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • 47% of Screen Australia titles that received production funding are female-led projects

    Speaking at MIFF 37°South, Screen Australia COO Fiona Cameron revealed that 47% of successful production funding applications had female-led creative teams across a two-year average (2015/16 – 2016/17 inclusive).

    06 Aug 2017
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  • Superwog: leaping from sketches to a TV pilot

    Superwog’s Theo Saidden on co-writing/directing/producing and co-starring in the duo’s TV pilot and why they will always try to make YouTube videos, no matter what.

    21 Jul 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Princess Pictures: why we must support online creators

    Princess Pictures producer Paul Walton on helping online content creators such as Superwog develop their voice and why it’s imperative the industry continues to invest in this space.

    21 Jul 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 11 Hot Shots Plus projects to share in nearly $1 million in funding

    Screen Australia has selected 11 emerging filmmaking teams to share in $989,000 of Hot Shots Plus funding.

    20 Jul 2017
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  • Screen Australia continues to fund projects from emerging creatives

    Opportunities for emerging creatives range from initiatives – like Skip Ahead, Art Bites, Love Bites and Hot Shots Plus – through to standard funding programs, like Online and Wildcard.

    20 Jul 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • The Superwog Show pilot

    A half-hour comedy following the dysfunctional Superwog family.

    16 Jul 2017
    By Screen Australia