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  • 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

    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
  • Applications now open for two new Indigenous programs

    Screen Australia is looking for ambitious Indigenous online storytellers with big ideas, and aspiring Indigenous creative producers, to take part in two new programs commencing in 2017.

    09 Dec 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Fancy Boy & Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am: comedy graduates

    Two fresh, distinct voices from the comedy world have blasted their way onto our TV screens – and they should come with a warning.

    08 Dec 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • No Strings Attached: dating app drama

    After the success of Tales From Tinder, filmmaker Emma Watts and her team were able to put some money behind their next series, No Strings Attached.

    18 Nov 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca

    Toby Wallace says it’s important for young Aussies to see themselves reflected, whether it’s in films like Boys in the Trees or TV shows like Puberty Blues.

    19 Oct 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Gus Worland tackles men’s mental health in Man Up

    Triple M’s Gus Worland, gonzo journalism and making Australian men Man Up by digging deep.

    17 Oct 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca

    One of the most common questions Screen Australia is asked by everyone from the general public to politicians is: how is the screen industry doing?

    17 Oct 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Gender Matters takes centre stage in Toronto

    Screen Australia’s Gender Matters initiative took centre stage at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival at the industry panel Women at the Helm: Because its 2016

    05 Oct 2016
    By Katherine Tulich
  • TV dramas embracing the second screen

    As The Wrong Girl and Deep Water hit screens Twitter’s Tony Broderick talks about the Screen Australia initiative helping these TV dramas.

    05 Oct 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Little Acorns - Episode 1

    Big Oak Childcare Centre is a world dedicated to the care of society's most precious - our kids. But behind the scenes of stinky nappies and hissy-fitting toddlers are the workers, women who've let their inner child way off the leash. Pranking, fighting and relentless piss-taking is a daily occurrence. Who can blame them when contemporary parents can be so neurotic and childcare, such a crazy battlefield?

    31 Aug 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Brilliant Stories to support burgeoning careers

    Behind the eclectic concepts of Brilliant Stories is a myriad of female voices, some of which have yet to be heard at this level before.

    12 Jul 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca