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  • Aaron 'gocsy' Gocs takes over Screen News

    Five-part web series Gocsy's Classics is hitting Comedy Central and to celebrate, Gocsy gets all nostalgic with his Top 10 Aussie TV shows.

    15 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Report released – a decade of the Producer Offset

    Screen Australia has today released a report marking 10 years since the introduction of the Producer Offset – the tax rebate for eligible Australian works.

    15 Nov 2017
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  • CEO Speech: The Producer Offset 10 Years On

    Speaking at the Screen Forever conference in Melbourne, Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason launched the Skin in the Game report.

    15 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Are you going to EFM?

    Screen Australia is offering marketing support for producers to attend next year’s European Film Market (EFM).

    14 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Nicole da Silva: TV is the new film

    Doctor Doctor and Wentworth actor Nicole da Silva says the industry has changed, audiences are smarter, and our stories are all the better for it.

    09 Nov 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Justine Clarke on the set of Ta Da!

    Go behind the scenes of Justine Clarke’s Ta Da! with Justine and Dash the dog.

    03 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Jessica Mauboy talks The Secret Daughter season 2

    ARIA and AACTA Award-winner Jessica Mauboy on season 2 of The Secret Daughter, why she loves working in TV and how it’s different to film.

    02 Nov 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Jessica Mauboy on her return to The Secret Daughter

    The Secret Daughter star Jessica Mauboy joins co-star David Field and producer Lauren Edwards to talk season 2 of the Channel Seven series.

    02 Nov 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • Drama Report 2016/17 key findings

    Miranda Tapsell summarises the key points from this year’s report, including the first time expenditure on drama has gone over $1 billion.

    31 Oct 2017
    By Screen Australia
  • The Drama Report: a record has been smashed

    Foreign films pushed up activity, TV hours have shrunk over time, local film numbers have grown, and there’s a lot of tangled threads.

    31 Oct 2017
    By Sandy George
  • Drama Report 2016/17: Record $1 billion+ expenditure

    Screen Australia’s 27th annual Drama Report released today shows an all-time high expenditure on drama production in Australia in 2016/17 with $1.3 billion, made up of $610 million foreign project spend and $667 million for Australian projects.

    31 Oct 2017
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  • Behind the scenes of Sisters with the cast and crew

    Actors Maria Angelico, Lucy Durack and Antonia Prebble speak from the set of Sisters and give us a glimpse at what we can expect from the new Network Ten drama.

    25 Oct 2017
    By Screen Australia