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  • Homecoming Queens: why you'll find them online

    The creators of SBS On Demand’s first commission Homecoming Queens are tearing down traditional storytelling formats – they reveal how and why.

    11 Apr 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Love Bites – celebrating 40 years of Mardi Gras

    At 10pm on Saturday 24 June 1978 around 1,500 people marched in Sydney to demand their very existence be acknowledged and respected. Police violently arrested 53 of them.

    25 Feb 2018
    By Screen Australia
  • Nash Edgerton in Sundance

    Director Nash Edgerton speaks from Sundance Film Festival about new series Mr Inbetween, casting fellow directors in cameos, and upcoming Charlize Theron feature Gringo.

    31 Jan 2018
    By Helen Barlow
  • Leah Purcell and The Drover’s Wife

    After a year of scooping up all available awards, Purcell is turning her play into a film, TV series and a novel.

    31 Jan 2018
    By Pip Bulbeck
  • Margot Robbie: from Neighbours to Oscar nominee

    Actor Margot Robbie tracks the steps and roles that led her from Australian soaps to starring in and producing I, Tonya.

    24 Jan 2018
    By Jenny Cooney
  • Bunya: Sweet Country, Mystery Road & more

    As Bunya Productions goes from strength to strength, its producers discuss remote locations, IP and tackling TV.

    17 Jan 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Crikey! Top Aussie crocs from film & TV

    Never smile at a crocodile... except when looking at these GIFs.

    16 Jan 2018
    By Screen Australia
  • Spierig Bros: rifles, genre and Helen Mirren

    Twins Peter and Michael Spierig are set to release their highest profile project to date with Winchester: a real-life ghost story that Hollywood heavyweights have been trying for years to get the rights to.

    04 Jan 2018
    By Maria Lewis
  • Romper Stomper: exploring uncomfortable territory

    The team behind Stan’s upcoming six-part series Romper Stomper want to put Australia’s alt-right (and left) under the glare of a television lens.

    14 Dec 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Tis the season for Aussie holiday GIF(T)S

    In the spirit of Aussie summer holidays, we've packaged you up some festive GIF(t)s. You're welcome.

    01 Dec 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Talking vaginas, figure skating and social change

    Nakkiah Lui on finding humour in tragedy and living out her fantasy of being the best Aboriginal figure skater of all time in Kiki and Kitty.

    29 Nov 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Ashley Zukerman talks new Easybeats drama

    Friday on My Mind writer Christopher Lee and actor Ashley Zukerman on how five migrant kids became the ‘sound’ of Australia in the 60s – and why that’s still relevant today.

    20 Nov 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca