Queer Screen Film Fest - third year is a charm

In conversation with Queer Screen Film Festival's Paul Struthers

In conversation with Queer Screen Film Festival's Paul Struthers

As it returns for its third and biggest year, Screen NSW talks to festival director Paul Struthers about

the festival's direction, the hotly anticipated films and networking events on offer.

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Tony Ayres: festivals, social media and the making of Cut Snake

Tony Ayres: festivals, social media and the making of Cut Snake

Tony Ayres is one of Australia’s most prolific award-winning showrunners, writers and directors working across film and television. He is one of the founding members of Matchbox Pictures, and is returning to the directing with a heart-stopping thriller Cut Snake...

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Jeffrey Schwarz talks on John Waters, Tab Hunter and the future of documentary making.

Jeffrey Schwarz talks on John Waters, Tab Hunter and the future of documentary making.

Jeffrey Schwarz's new documentary Tab Hunter Confidential is screening Screening at Queer Screen

Film Festival. Schwarz talks about the making of the film, working with John Waters

and his approach to doco...

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Blinky Bill is back with an all-star cast

Interview: Blinky Bill - Making Animation

Interview: Blinky Bill - Making Animation

Screen NSW catches up with producer, Barbara Stephen, of Sydney-based filmmakers Flying Bark Productions for a behind the scenes of Blinky Bill the Movie - hitting the big screen with an all star Aussie cast.

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17 Sept 2015

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Blockbuster result for NSW industry

Blockbuster result for NSW industry

More than $64 million will be

injected into the NSW

economy and almost 4,000

jobs created with 23 new

local film and TV

productions supported by

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Queer Filmmaker Meet-up

Queer Filmmaker Meet-up

Meet-up is returning to the

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offering local and emerging

creatives a chance to

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AWGIE Winners

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