Rochelle Siemienowicz

Rochelle Siemienowicz is a journalist for Screenhub. She is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram

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key art from SHADOW film, credit Tao Weis
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Back to Back’s ‘Shadow’ set for SXSW premiere

‘Shadow’, a film made collaboratively by people with disabilities, will have its world premiere at South by Southwest in March.

Cast of Heartbreak High on Netflix.
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Australian TV drama in 2022: most anticipated

From Heartbreak High on Netflix, to The Twelve on Foxtel, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart on Amazon, and Troppo…

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How to level-up your creative career

Compton School’s Graduate Certificate in Creative Business teaches screen creatives how to start or expand their creative enterprise.

Finlandia MQFF
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A joyful return to queer film

Celebrating stories in every colour, the 31st MQFF takes place 18 - 29 November in Melbourne cinemas and across Australia…

VCA film shoot
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Unfiltered Voices: VCA graduation films go online with MIFFplay

Resilience and resourcefulness epitomise the class of 2020 and now all of Australia can freely enjoy their films.

behind the scenes on 'Fires'.
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Sustainable productions and ABC drama ‘Fires’: a case study

Tanzy Owen talks about her work as sustainability consultant on Fires, and the free resources available to all productions wanting…

Anna Torv and Robert Taylor in The Newsreader, written by Micahel Lucas
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The Newsreader – Creator Michael Lucas talks ambiguity, archives and the 80s

The creator and producer of the ABC's new drama, The Newsreader, talks about his inspiration for the show and gives…

First Aid box in dark times
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New Mental Health First Aid training for the screen industry

A new screen industry program offers a lifeline for creatives struggling with mental health. Ben Steel says training for mental…

Noni Hazlehurst
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Noni Hazlehurst on what Australia really thinks about old people

The much-loved Australian actor talks about her new SBS project tackling stigma around ageing.

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Sixteen diverse new writers announced for ArtsHub

We'll be publishing fresh perspectives from these 16 writers in the coming months, as part of an ongoing initiative with…

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