SCREEN AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCES $8.5M FOR 10 PROJECTS

SCREEN AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCES $8.5M FOR 10 PROJECTS

Kevin and Luke Lerdwichagul, Kitty Flanagan Screen Australia has announced three feature films, four television series, a children’s series and two online projects that will…

DOCUMENTARIES ANNOUNCED FROM SCREEN AUSTRALIA

DOCUMENTARIES ANNOUNCED FROM SCREEN AUSTRALIA

Screen Australia has announced $2 million of production funding for eight documentaries through the Producer program and two through the Commissioned program. The slate includes…

SPA EXPRESSES DISAPPOINTMENT AT PRESSURE TACTICS HALTING CHILDREN’S PRODUCTION

Today Screen Producers Australia (SPA) CEO Matthew Deaner shared his dismay at Seven West Media’s statements that it will halt production on children’s content from…

SCREEN AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCE DOCUMENTARIES THAT GOT FUNDED

Screen Australia has announced $1.9 million in production funding for 10 documentaries through the Producer program and one through the Commissioned program. The slate includes…

FILM BREAKING BAD TRAILER RELEASE

FILM BREAKING BAD TRAILER RELEASE

BREAKING BAD STAR RJ MITTE AND HOME AND AWAY STAR PHILIPPA NORTHEAST DEBUT TRAILER FOR NEW ROM-COM STANDING UP FOR SUNNY Ticket to Ride today…

FILM RELEASE BUZZ BUOYANCY IS ENTERED FOR 2020 OSCAR AWARDS

BUOYANCY IS AUSTRALIA’S SUBMISSION FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM AT THE 92ND ACADEMY AWARDS® – NOW IN CINEMAS NATIONALLY – Opening nationally across Australia today,…

SCREEN CREATIVES ON BOTH SIDES OF CAMERA CALL FOR ACTION ON LOCAL CONTENT

SCREEN CREATIVES ON BOTH SIDES OF CAMERA CALL FOR ACTION ON LOCAL CONTENT

Leading Australian actors, directors, crew, writers and producers are in Canberra today and tomorrow in a united push to convince Parliament to introduce local content…

JO DILLON STANDS IN AS ACTING CEO FOR SCREEN QUEENSLAND

JO DILLON STANDS IN AS ACTING CEO FOR SCREEN QUEENSLAND

The Board of Screen Queensland is delighted to announce Jo Dillon as Acting CEO, who will be assuming the role from August 26 following the…

TV PRODUCTIONS FUNDED BY SCREEN AUSTRALIA

TV PRODUCTIONS FUNDED BY SCREEN AUSTRALIA

Sam Humphrey and Nick Boshier in Jeremy The Dud Screen Australia has announced five television series, six online projects and six feature films which will…

SCREEN AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCES $3.6 MILLION FOR 18 DOCUMENTARIES

Rosemary Kariuki of Rosemary’s Way Screen Australia has announced documentary funding for five Commissioned and 13 Producer projects. The slate represents the final titles funded…

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