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  • Logies spotlight: diversity state-of-play

    Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason and writer Benjamin Law take stock a year on from Miranda Tapsell's rousing call for more diversity at the Logies.

    04 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Director Matthew Saville on his latest works

    Whether it’s film, TV, comedies or drama, Matthew Saville’s directing career encompasses an enviable list that ranges from adaptations The Slap and Cloudstreet, to features Felony and Noise and comedies such as Josh Thomas’ Please Like Me and Chris Lilley’s We Can Be Heroes.

    04 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Strictly Jewish: Inside a rarely seen world

    Producer Dan Goldberg reveals how Mint Pictures was given unprecedented access inside an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect in Melbourne for Strictly Jewish.

    26 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Tomorrow When the War Began moves to TV

    Producer Michael Boughen walks us through the Tomorrow When the War Began book, to film, to TV adaption and what fans can expect.

    20 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • A Modern Mutiny: Life on Norfolk

    Producer Jennifer Cummins felt the ground shifting while filming in A Modern Mutiny, as what was a character-driven story quickly took on a political edge.

    20 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Indian Wedding Race: Stakes, heartache and uncertainty

    Documentarian Sean Cousins and 360 Degree Films found high-stakes love and drama in the lives of Australian-Indians torn between two worlds.

    13 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Actor Amberly Cull on comedy series DAFUQ?

    Three self-obsessed Gen Y journalists tackle hot topics with limited success but tonnes of laughs in comedy web series DAFUQ? on ABC iview.

    07 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Tamasin Simpkin: a lot on the boil

    The Katering Show producer Tamasin Simpkin spills the beans on being part of an internet sensation, and how the Ones to Watch program helped with Season 2.

    06 Apr 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Risk and reward explored in Sherpa

    Director Jennifer Peedom tells us how the Sherpa team managed when the deadly force of nature reared its head in the midst of filming on Everest.

    30 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Observance : what makes us scared?

    Director Joseph Sims-Dennett channelled his own nightmares into Observance, a psychological horror that’s chilling audiences around the globe.

    30 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Matilda & Me: A family affair

    Nel Minchin delved into the family archives and turned the camera onto her brother Tim, her family and herself for Matilda & Me.

    29 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Keeping Australia Alive a “patchwork quilt”

    Every day across the country people are making life-changing decisions. We talk to executive producer Karen Dewey about Keeping Australia Alive.

    23 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca