Arab Film Festival returns with a diverse & challenging program

Arab Film Festival returns with a diverse & challenging program

Conflict and instability continue to be the dominant representation of the Arab world, but Festival Co-Directors, Mouna Zaylah and Fadia Abboud are clear on their undertaking to deliver a festival that presents a region of rich and rare stories.

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Get behind the scenes of Last Cab to Darwin

Get behind the scenes of Last Cab to Darwin

With only days to go until one of the year's most anticipated films hits the big screen, Screen NSW catches up with screen writer Reg Cribb to talk about adapting a script from stage to screen, euthenasia and Jacki Weaver.

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Behind the Scenes of Strangerland with Colin McDougall

Behind the Scenes of Strangerland with Colin McDougall

Filmed in Broken Hill and Canowindra, Screen NSW talks to Location Manager, Colin McDougall on scouting for Director Kim Farrant’s Strangerland,

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Anonymous donation doubles projects in the Northern Rivers

Anonymous donation doubles projects in the Northern Rivers

A significant, anonymous gift donation to Northern Rivers based screen industry organisation, Northern Rivers Screenworks, will allow it to fund twice the number of locally produced short films...

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The making of Frantic Family Rescue

"Making a show with real families isn't as simple as pointing a camera at a person and hoping that they give you enough ‘gold’ to string a show together,"

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What's happening in Screen at Fairfield

Fairfield City Museum and Gallery is known for its strong history of community involvement and for presenting interesting, challenging and culturally diverse exhibitions. Screen NSW takes a look at the screen-based events that the gallery has in store for August. 1001 ...
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Flickerfest call for entries

Celebrating its 25th year, Flickerfest, Academy® Award accredited and BAFTA-recognised Short Film Festival, and Australia's largest short film competition, is now accepting entries from Australia and around the world for its 2016 Festival. 

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Mel Gibson movie comes NSW

Mel Gibson movie comes NSW

The NSW Government has helped secure Sydney and regional NSW as the primary filming location for Mel Gibson’s next blockbuster, Hacksaw Ridge. This film will generate around 720 jobs and over $26 million in production expenditure...

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The Daughter selected for Toronto and Venice

The Daughter selected for Toronto and Venice Producers Jan Chapman and Nicole O'Donohue are delighted that Simon Stone's debut feature, The Daughter, has been selected as Closing Night for Venice Days and as a Special Presentation at the Toronto Film Festival. 

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August courses at Metro Screen

August courses at Metro Screen

August courses at Metro Screen cover camera, editing, producing, directing documentary and screenwriting.

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Short Courses @ AFTRS Open

Short Courses @ AFTRS Open

Check out the August short course highlights at AFTRS Open

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