Interview: Mark Coles Smith - right place, right time

Interview: Mark Coles Smith - right place, right time

Mark Coles Smith talks to Screen NSW on his challenges playing Tilly in Last Cab to Darwin, his experience on Modern Family and on working with Michael Caton and Jacki Weaver.

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Mission not impossible: How Sydney’s Bare Island enticed a Hollywood Blockbuster

Mission not impossible: How Sydney’s Bare Island enticed a Hollywood Blockbuster

Getting the locations for a film right can make or break a film and John Woo’s Mission: Impossible II, starring Tom Cruise, which took $546,000,000 worldwide, created an action world of spies and biochemistry only a short drive from Sydney CBD. 

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Making short form comedy for Generation On Demand: Interview with Matilda Brown

Making short form comedy for Generation On Demand: Interview with Matilda Brown

Matilda Brown's 10-part short form series Let’s Talk About demonstrates how short form content is evolving to meet audiences’ desires in a new screening landscape...

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Call Me Dad - Can a violent man change?

Call Me Dad - Can a violent man change?

Madeleine Hetherton talks to Screen NSW about the making of Call Me Dad, a powerful documentary that takes its audience to the most delicate and painful place...

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Coffs Coast Film Festival Scene Reignites

Coffs Coast Film Festival Scene Reignites

Screenwave, a new not-for-profit screen culture organisation launched in Coffs Harbour, has been developing a number of new exhibition programs across the Coffs Coast region aiming to develop audiences and engage communities with film. See what they are up to...

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Two unique opportunities announced by Queer Screen

Two unique opportunities announced by Queer Screen

Find out about the two initiatives announced by Queer Screen for Australian LGBTIQ filmmakers...

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Exploring the 'pitch to pilot' process with Tropfest and ABC's Fresh Blood talent

Exploring the 'pitch to pilot' process with Tropfest and ABC's Fresh Blood talent

This Thursday, November 5 Tropfest's popular networking event, Roughcut, returns in 2015 as a series of free evening events in association with AFTRS and Screen NSW...

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Screen NSW supported projects rule the AACTA Award nominations

Screen NSW supported projects rule the AACTA Award nominations

Screen NSW supported productions have received a total of 64 nominations and 14 Screen NSW supported projects are battling it out for top honours in this year's awards across 33 categories.

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Real Film Festival heads to Newcastle.

Real Film Festival heads to Newcastle.

The Real Film Festival is a three-day art, community and industry event showcasing films based on real stories, including documentaries, features and shorts screened at the Tower Cinemas and Newcastle Museum from 27 to 29 November...

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Workshops for emerging screenwriters in western Sydney

Workshops for emerging screenwriters in western Sydney

Sling Shot is a free screenwriting workshop program for emerging storytellers in Fairfield and western Sydney offered to first-time screenwriters...

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AFTRS Open short courses

AFTRS Open short courses

Check out all the upcoming film & TV short courses. November’s packed full of highlights including brand-new courses: The Director’s Journey with Elissa Down (6 weeks online) plus in Sydney Digital Producer Skills and Daina Reid’s Directing Masterclass. See what's on offer...

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Vale Metro Screen


Vale Metro Screen


The one wake you don't want to miss! Vale Metro Screen
 Emerging Visions forum & breakup party...

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