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  • ‘What I know now’: directing China Love

    Photographer-turned-director Olivia Martin-McGuire on her debut documentary China Love and what she’s learnt for next time.

    26 Sep 2018
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • “I was politically motivated”: Darlene Johnson’s unlikely path to filmmaking

    After “falling into” the film industry, Darlene Johnson has used her platform to tell the kind of stories she never saw growing up Aboriginal in Australia.

    11 Sep 2018
    By Maria Lewis
  • 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
  • 11 AUSTRALIAN TEEN STORIES FOR THE BIG AND SMALL SCREEN

    Toby Wallace says it’s important for young Aussies to see themselves reflected, whether it’s in films like Boys in the Trees or TV shows like Puberty Blues.

    19 Oct 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 11 TITLES THAT PASS THE BECHDEL TEST WITH EASE

    You’ve heard of the Bechdel test? Well, here are 11 films, TV series and online shows that not only pass the test, but were written or directed by a woman.

    07 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 13 times non-Aussies tried to sound 'Strayan

    We take a look at 13 times actors who weren’t Australian attempted the notoriously difficult accent – with varying degrees of success.

    16 Jan 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • 9 Aussie road movies

    To celebrate the imminent release of A Few Less Men, we take a look at nine Aussie films that hit the road – some driven by fear, others by grief, laughter, freedom or family.

    03 Mar 2017
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • A Footscray fantasy

    YouTube star Michael Shanks has taken the leap to television with his pop-culture infused comedy The Wizards of Aus, and talks everything from orcs to an Australian Hot Fuzz.

    13 Jan 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
  • A NEW KIND OF TV: CLEVERMAN

    Never underestimate the intern. That’s one take-home message from Cleverman, the six part drama series that premieres at the Berlinale Film Festival before its ABC TV debut later this year.

    10 Feb 2016
    By Caroline Baum
  • 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
  • Aaron Fa’Aoso: footy, producing and Indigenous stories

    He’s a familiar face on the big and small screen. Yet after a decade in the industry, Aaron Fa’Aoso is looking towards the future of Indigenous storytelling with single-minded focus.

    27 Aug 2018
    By Maria Lewis
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