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Adelaide-based producer Gena Ashwell was today announced as the inaugural recipient of Placement L.A., an annual professional
Lord David Puttnam heads an impressive international jury for the 10th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
MIFF Accelerator, the film director professional development program held during the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), has concluded its13th edition by welcoming into its glittering alumni some 29 new directors – with more than 50% of them female.
From 1650 entrants, all shot on a smartphone, the Get Reel Festival has chosen its winners.
Ausfilm hosts delegation of Chinese filmmakers on an Industry Familiarisation tour.
Restoration money is tight around the world but the technology continues to improve.
As SA’s highest film accolades, the SASAs exhibit, celebrate, support and promote South Australian talent in the film industry and help local film-makers gain the attention of the established film industry.
CinefestOZ is still accepting entries for Australia’s Greatest Film Prize for the 2016 Festival for a limited time only. Finalist films will screen at the festival from 24 August to 28 August 2016, located in the picturesque South West region of Western Australia.
Twenty emerging producers from across Australia have been selected to participate in Screen Producers Australia’s Ones To Watch mentoring program for 2016
The search is on for Australia’s most outstanding television performers, practitioners and productions of 2016, with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today calling for television entries for the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto.
The 2016 Independent Cinemas Association of Australia (ICAA) 21st annual Conference embracing Innovation and best practice in the independent cinema experience was held at the Palace Cinema Como, Melbourne in the first week of May.
Sue Brooks, Geoffrey Nottage and lawyers Michael Frankel and Greg Duffy to be celebrated at the 2016 ADG Awards.
Foxtel gives its arts coverage a local dimension with Stage and Screen, about to reach an audience for the first time.
After a stellar program at the festival last year, CinefestOZ is excited to announce that the Short Film Entries are now open for 2016.
Screentime, a Banijay Group company, announces the appointment of multi award winning producer Kerrie Mainwaring as Head of Production - scripted.
Antenna Documentary Film Festival is excited to announce that submissions for the 2016 October festival are now open.
Australians in Film announced today that applications are now open for the Eighth Annual Heath Ledger Scholarship, which will be awarded to an exceptional young Australian actor who possesses a rare and unique combination of talent and screen presence.
Tropfest, presented by CGU Insurance, today announces Rebecca Gibney (Packed to the Rafters and Wanted), will join thousands of film fans at Tropfest, to judge the world’s largest short film festival this Valentine’s Day.
The Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) today announced the ten documentary projects selected for The FACTory live pitching event, taking place at Federation Square’s Deakin Edge auditorium on Wednesday 2 March as part of AIDC 2016.
AIT - A private college specialising in creative media education has teamed up with Australia’s leading tech pioneers to host the next Augmented (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) MeetUp.
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