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  • Suspect Moustache pilot

    Animated sketch comedy, straight from the internet's heart into your damp little mind-hole.

    30 Jun 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • 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
  • Starting From Now - Season 5, Episode 1

    TRIGGER WARNING: Contains images of sexual violence. Darcy is struggling to come to terms with her past but refuses to admit it. Steph’s rejection of Emily reopens old wounds and Kristen and Rachel go out on their first date.

    07 May 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Aunty Donna 1999 - Episode 1

    An absurdist sketch web series loosely following a professional business in the lead up to New Year’s Eve 2000, as the employees prepare for the dreaded and unfathomable Y2K.

    11 Feb 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • In Conversation: Donick Cary and Ludo Studio's Daley Pearson

    Supplied recording of an 'In Conversation' event hosted by Screen Australia, Screen Queensland and Ludo Studio on Wednesday 29 March 2017 between Ludo Studio's Daley Pearson and Emmy award-winning writer and producer Donick Cary, best known for his work on The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation, New Girl and the Late Show with David Letterman.

    11 Apr 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Bruna Papandrea in conversation with Matilda Brown

    Watch producer Bruna Papandrea (Warm Bodies, Gone Girl, Wild) in conversation with Matilda Brown (Let's Talk About) talking about career trajectory, the importance of mentors, initiatives to achieve gender parity and telling stories with complex female characters at their heart.

    14 Sep 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • John Collee: Writing and developing feature films

    John Collee speaks about the fundamentals on how to get your script to cut through, and be less likely to fail, when submitting for funding.

    30 Aug 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Samantha Smith McGrady: What makes a great director

    Samantha Smith McGrady is an assistant director who has worked alongside many directors, in Australia, the UK, and the US, on productions such as Jason Bourne, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Great Gatsby, and Game of Thrones, among many others. She spoke to Screen Australia and shared her tips for directors, particularly female directors.

    20 Jul 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Our Australian Stories

    As we discuss how best to ensure Australian screen stories continue to be made, let's look back on some treasured memories narrated by Aaron Pedersen.

    16 May 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Here Come The Habibs – again!

    We get a behind-the-scenes look at what creator Rob Shehadie and the Habibs have in store for season two of the Nine series.

    29 May 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Ronny Chieng and Family Law break new ground

    Actor Shuang Hu tells us what Ronny Chieng is really like and how auditions have changed since the launch of The Family Law.

    30 May 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Warwick Thornton talks We Don't Need a Map

    Warwick Thornton's feature documentary about the Southern Cross We Don't Need a Map is the opening night film at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival.

    06 Jun 2017
    By Screen Australia