Momentum for change

Momentum for change

Momentum for change

There has been a building of momentum and support from across the Australian screen sector to take concrete action to address gender inequity across the industry. We take a look at some of the key initiatives and what's next.

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Operation Sheena

Jungle update: Operation Sheena - female creative talent initiative

Jungle update: Operation Sheena - female creative talent initiative

In November, NSW based production company Jungle announced Operation Sheena, a three-part initiative to address gender equity in its organisation. We catch up with them to find out how the project it going...

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Focus on gender and diversity

Interview with Lois Randall: embracing diversity in film making

Interview with Lois Randall: embracing diversity in film making

Lois Randall is an Arts Manager and Screen Producer with over 20 years of industry experience working at national, state and regional levels. Randall recently produced a short film, Nan and a Whole Lot of Trouble, which had a strong...

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Candy Bowers: Ability is of little account without opportunity - Lucille Ball

Candy Bowers: Ability is of little account without opportunity - Lucille Ball

Candy Bowers is an award winning writer, hip hop artist, educator, director, arts worker, theatre maker and social activist. This month she wrote a powerful article Junkee calling for more diversity in the screen industry. We hear her thoughts on gender inequity and diversity in the industry...

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Interview with Katrina Barker: what it takes to become an editor

Interview with Katrina Barker: what it takes to become an editor

We talk to ASE award-winning editor Katrina Barker to talk about her career path as an editor and the hurdles that she's faced and is still facing...

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Interview with Anna Howard: Where are the female cinematographers?

Interview with Anna Howard: Where are the female cinematographers?

We interview Anna Howard, an Australian cinematographer with 35 years experience, who has forged a career in an occupation that is lacking in female representation...

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11 December 2015

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Cate Stewart: advice for emerging directors

Cate Stewart: advice for emerging directors

Cate Stewart is a Sydney-based director, story producer and editor. Cate has just finished filming her first comedy pilot for ABC, The Record, and is currently working as director’s attachment at Jungle in partnership with Screen NSW. We find out how the experience is going...

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Clara Chong: Equality and Opportunity

Clara Chong: Equality and Opportunity

Clara Chong is an award winning documentary and TV commercial director who was born in Tokyo, raised in Sydney and trained in New York. Clara Chong speaks about her challenging career pathway in the industry.  

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Screen Australia's five point plan

Screen Australia's five point plan

Screen Australia announced on December 7, a five point, $5 million plan over three years for Gender Matters, a suite of initiatives to address the gender imbalance within the Australian screen industry...

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