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  • Gyde-ing away from piracy

    Australian company Gyde wants to help the Australian industry combat piracy and connect audiences with film & TV through their patented technology.

    04 Oct 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Kate Dennis: Emmys, Handmaid’s and Glow

    The Handmaid’s Tale Emmy-nominated director Kate Dennis on how carving out a career in Australia gave her an edge in the States.

    04 Oct 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • The three-year, round-the-world hunt for Wake In Fright

    Wake In Fright producer Helen Bowden reveals how tracking down a near 60-year-old document to an archive in Paris was pivotal to making the Network Ten drama.

    29 Sep 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Stratton from Venice

    Venice Film Festival jury member David Stratton speaks from Italy about Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country, his reviewing career, his greatest achievements and his earliest movie memory.

    06 Sep 2017
    By Helen Barlow
  • Cate McQuillen gets grubby

    International Emmy® Award-winning dirtgirlworld co-creator Cate McQuillen talks about expanding the kid’s series into the live action Get Grubby TV and building up the Northern Rivers talent pool.

    06 Sep 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Anne Edmonds on keeping comedy fresh

    Comedian and The Edge of the Bush creator Anne Edmonds on giving stand-up comedy characters new life on the screen – and the pressure of playing four of them.

    06 Sep 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Collie, Karvan and McNamara on the evolution of TV

    Doctor Doctor producers Ian Collie, Claudia Karvan and Tony McNamara weigh in on season 2, the evolution of the TV industry and nurturing new voices.

    23 Aug 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Ali’s Wedding: a long time coming

    The star of Ali’s Wedding, Osamah Sami, and producer Sheila Jayadev talk about how this true story is connecting with Australians in a way that transcends religion or skin colour.

    23 Aug 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Aquarius Films: from Lion to TV comedy

    Aquarius Films producer Angie Fielder talks about the company expanding from features such as Lion and Berlin Syndrome into TV with Stan’s Matt Okine comedy The Other Guy.

    18 Aug 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Superwog: leaping from sketches to a TV pilot

    Superwog’s Theo Saidden on co-writing/directing/producing and co-starring in the duo’s TV pilot and why they will always try to make YouTube videos, no matter what.

    21 Jul 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Princess Pictures: why we must support online creators

    Princess Pictures producer Paul Walton on helping online content creators such as Superwog develop their voice and why it’s imperative the industry continues to invest in this space.

    21 Jul 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Ari Wegner: The Kettering Incident to Lady Macbeth

    Cinematographer Ari Wegner on her career, process, and the camera choices that informed The Kettering Incident and new feature Lady Macbeth.

    28 Jun 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
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