NSW centre stage with new film, online and TV productions

NSW centre stage with new film, online and TV productions

The NSW Government will invest more than $1.2 million in 19 new film, TV and online productions...

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International Day of People with Disability

Short films challenge attitudes around disability

Short films challenge attitudes around disability

To mark this year’s International Day of People with Disability we take a look at some new projects from Metro Screen, Northern Rivers Screenworks and Information Cultural Exchange (ICE) who teamed with Screen NSW, Arts NSW and the Department of Family and Community Services to commission short films that challenge attitudes and common misconceptions around disability.

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Access All Areas Film Festival: FREE screenings

Access All Areas Film Festival: FREE screenings

Access All Areas works to create positive experiences around cinema for people with disability, increasing access to culture for everyone. Find out about this year's free screenings...

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Focus on emerging practitioners

Interview with Fadia Abboud: director's attachment on Here Come the Habibs!

Interview with Fadia Abboud: director's attachment on Here Come the Habibs!

Screen NSW catches up with Fadia Abboud to find out about her experiences so far as Director's Attachment on the Jungle comedy series Here Come the Habibs!

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Show me the money: Interview with EFF recipients Liz Cooper and Bethany Bruce

Show me the money: Interview with EFF recipients Liz Cooper and Bethany Bruce

Film financing is one of the greatest challenges of independent film making, and director/producer team Liz Cooper and Bethany Bruce are no strangers to the application process for film funding. We talk to them about their experiences in finding and competing funds...

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Alex White and Eden Falk: How to get funded

Alex White and Eden Falk: How to get funded

Husband and wife team, Alex White and Eden Falk, have been striving to make their film Climbing to the Window, Pretending to Dance for six years. Screen NSW talks to them about the hurdles they’ve had to jump along the way...

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10 tips to make the most of Screen Forever sessions: Emerging Producer Placement Pete Ireland

10 tips to make the most of Screen Forever sessions: Emerging Producer Placement Pete Ireland

Planning which sessions to attend at Screen Forever can be crucial to any practitioners experience at the conference. We caught up with first-timer, Pete Ireland, to ask for his survival tips...

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2nd time lucky: A unique path to funding

2nd time lucky: A unique path to funding

Steven Woodburn and Sam Smith are a formidable director/producer team who don't take no for an answer. After missing out on production funding from the EFF for their short film Banana Boy, they went ahead and shot it. One year later they successfully applied...

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NSW secures Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant film

NSW secures Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant film

The next thrilling instalment in Ridley Scott’s Alien series will be made in NSW thanks to State Government support, further cementing NSW as the film capital of Australia.

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Star appointments to NSW Film and Television Industry Advisory Committee

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Screen NSW congratulates AACTA Award winners: Spotlight Screen Craft Excellence

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Screen NSW congratulates all NSW winners at the AACTA Awards with Screen NSW funded projects winning 12 awards...

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