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  • 10 AUSTRALIAN LGBTQI STORIES

    It’s gripped audiences at film festivals in Melbourne and Toronto as well as the Mardi Gras Queer Film Festival and now Downriver is set for local release.

    14 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Triumphant return: Goldstone

    Ivan Sen talks Goldstone's journey, from creating a town from scratch in remote Queensland, to bringing it to the big smoke for Sydney Film Festival.

    08 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Virtual is the new reality

    Virtual reality technology offers a whole new immersive experience for audiences and exciting possibilities for filmmakers.

    08 Jun 2016
    By Don Groves
  • The all singing, all dancing SketchShe

    Having amassed millions of views with their car lipsync videos, SketchShe decided to take their work to the next level. Enter Traffic Jam the Musical.

    08 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • International success #2

    We check in with the Australian creatives who are writing, directing and acting in high profile projects from across the globe.

    08 Jun 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • The world of Cleverman

    Creator Ryan Griffen walks us through the densely layered world of Cleverman, brimming with creatures, culture and suspense.

    01 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Move over Washington, Westminster

    Secret City co-creator Steve Lewis loves House of Cards, but he wants to see more Australian political thrillers on our screens.

    01 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Australia’s first animated sketch comedy

    Producer Ariel Waymouth was pulled back into the world of animation when she got wind of Suspect Moustache, a series that was as outrageous as it was funny.

    01 Jun 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • A years’ worth of drama: Revolution School

    At high school, drama unfolds every single day. So imagine the challenge facing Revolution School series producer Alex West as he tried to fit the ups and downs of an entire school year into just four episodes.

    25 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • International success #1

    Australian creatives, stars and projects – and the stories they create – continue to be in high demand across the globe.

    25 May 2016
    By Screen Australia
  • Go big or go small

    Rob Connolly explains his multipronged approach to tackling the worldwide decline in independent cinema.

    24 May 2016
    By Don Groves
  • Origins explored in DNA Nation

    Ernie Dingo, Ian Thorpe and Julia Zemiro trace their roots back 200,000 years in the new SBS series DNA Nation.

    18 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca