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Screen NSW Target to achieve gender equality in the Film and Television Industry in NSW

Screen NSW Target to achieve gender equality in the Film and Television Industry in NSW

Screen NSW Target to achieve gender equality in the Film and Television Industry in NSW Screen NSW has introduced a target to achieve an average 50/50 gender equity in its development and production funding programs by 2020. Effective immediately, the target ...
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Women in film and television: Interview with Liz Watts

Women in film and television: Interview with Liz Watts

"Until we have women on our screens in a meaningful way, we won’t be encouraging storytelling by women. And not just swapping a woman in the lead. We have to be careful not to just replicate genres of storytelling that are selling the same themes over and over again which relate to the male experience and not the female one." Liz Watts.

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Women in film and television: We hear from Dollhouse

Women in film and television: We hear from Dollhouse

The Dollhouse Collective is an all-female production company that aims to tell female stories through its productions, continuing the charge for a greater representation of females across the industry. Hear their thoughts on gender issues in the industry and find out how they plan to shake things up...

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Women in film and television: Interview with Kylie du Fresne

Women in film and television: Interview with Kylie du Fresne

"I think the biggest discussion we have about gender issues surrounds how women are portrayed on screen and I am acutely aware of that". Screen NSW talks to producer Kylie du Fresne her thoughts on gender issues within Australia’s screen industry.

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Women in film and television: Interview with Julie Kalceff

Women in film and television: Interview with Julie Kalceff

Julie Kalceff is a writer and director, known for Sydney based web series Starting From... Now, which has racked up over 19 million views. Screen NSW talks to Kalceff about her career, the challenges, the highlights and her thoughts on gender issues...

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Women in film and television: Interview with Courtney Botfield

Women in film and television: Interview with Courtney Botfield

Screen NSW talks to producer Courtney Botfield, this year's recipient of the 2015 Natalie Miller Fellowship grant...Hear what she has planned for the grant and her thoughts on the industry.

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16 Nov 2015

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Women in film and television: Interview with Kristen Dunphy

Women in film and television: Interview with Kristen Dunphy

"All writers need to be vigilant about giving female characters the same level of complexity as male characters. Good roles for women are still harder to find, and the casting of these roles needs to be more diverse in terms of age, ethnicity and body type!" Kristen Dunphy talks to Screen NSW about gender and screen.

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Stakeholder Report 2014/15

Stakeholder Report 2014/15

The Screen NSW Stakeholder Report 2014/15 is now available. In 2014/15 Screen NSW continued to pursue its goals of fostering creative excellence and maximising the State’s share of national screen production...

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We hear from WIFT

We hear from WIFT

In 1982 a group of women, committed to improving the position and representation of women in the film and television industries, established Women in Film and Television NSW (WIFT). We catch up with WIFT to talk about the industry today and how it has changed in the last 20 years.

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