International Women's Day

Working towards gender equity through Strategic Opportunities

Working towards gender equity through Strategic Opportunities

Screen NSW is working towards its 50:50 Gender Equity Target by supporting key projects under its Strategic Opportunities Program, with the male dominated area of comedy writing set to gain more emerging female creatives.

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Geena Davis handpicked Madeline Di Nonno to challenge the representation of females in Hollywood and the world.

Geena Davis handpicked Madeline Di Nonno to challenge the representation of females in Hollywood and the world.

Screen NSW interviewed Madeline Di Nonno, CEO of The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media (GDIGM) on what the institute is doing to tackle gender gaps in media and Hollywood.

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Interview with Kyas Sherriff:  the next wave of Indigenous practitioners and content

Interview with Kyas Sherriff: the next wave of Indigenous practitioners and content

Kyas Sherrif is leading a revamped Indigenous Unit at AFTRS. We caught up with Kyas to talk about her recent projects, and how AFTRS will approach Indigenous representation both in front of the camera and behind.

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Put your money where the women are!

Put your money where the women are!

Do you want to see more great female stories in the theatre? Women in Theatre and Screen (WITS) are producing a two-day women’s theatre festival and they need your support!

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Interview with Bridget Ikin: Sherpa, diversity and Rebel Wilson.

Interview with Bridget Ikin: Sherpa, diversity and Rebel Wilson.

We catch up with Bridget Ikin in the lead up to the theatrical release of her latest film, Sherpa, and ask for her thoughts on diversity in the film industry.

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Screen Women's Series

Screen Women's Series

Screen NSW talks with Leonie Mansfield and Brooke Goldfinch about the Screen Women Series - the new combined initiative by Screen Vixens and Film Fatales.

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Interview: Stav Adameitis: Flying Bark Productions three-pronged approach to gender equality in the workplace

Interview: Stav Adameitis: Flying Bark Productions three-pronged approach to gender equality in the workplace

Screen NSW talks to Stav Adameitis, the Marketing Manager & Business Development Associate at Flying Bark Productions about its unique gender balance and its supportive workplace environment.

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Q&A's plan to improve gender and diversity in its panels: Interview with Amanda Collinge

Q&A's plan to improve gender and diversity in its panels: Interview with Amanda Collinge

Screen NSW interviewed Q&A producer, Amanda Colligne, to find out what motivated the program to aim for a 50/50 target of male/female panellists and how its plans to diversify in 2016.

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Interview with Deborah Riley: Career pathways, Alejandro Inarritu and Game of Thrones

Interview with Deborah Riley: Career pathways, Alejandro Inarritu and Game of Thrones

Screen NSW talks with Emmy Award winning production designer Deborah Riley about her career pathway, Alejandro Inarritu and her design process on Game of Thrones.

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Interview: The Daughter

Interview: The Daughter

Screen NSW spoke to The Daughter co-producers Jan Chapman and Nicole O'Donohue about their film in the lead up to its theatrical release this month.

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360 Vision

360 Vision

Screen NSW with ABC are partnering on Australia’s first ever Virtual Reality development initiative – 360 Vision.

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Film & TV Short Courses @ AFTRS Open

Film & TV Short Courses @ AFTRS Open

Upcoming courses include: Running Your Own Creative Business with Monica Davidson, Director’s Journey: Online with Elissa Down and Acting Workshop for Producers & Directors with Nadia Townsend. 

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World of Women's Cinema: WOW Film Festival 2016

WIFT NSW has announced that the 21st World of Women (WOW) Film Festival will take place at the end of April 2016. Celebrating a very grown up birthday, the WOW Film Festival will once again present a fabulous line up ...

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