Legendary movie action hero Jackie Chan will star in and executive produce his next blockbuster film Bleeding Steel in New South Wales, the first film announced under the NSW Government’s $20 million Made in NSW fund.
Adaptating The Beautiful Lie and Puberty Blues: Alice Bell shares her experience
To get you thinking about our AMPLIFIER program that is looking for adaptations we spoke with Alice Bell, multi award-winning screenwriter, who wrote four of six episodes and also script produced The Beautiful Lie, and was one of the writers on Puberty Blues...
Tommy Murphy gives us his thoughts and tips on film adaptations
Catapulted to screenwriting stardom after his brilliant adaptation of Holding the Man, Tommy Murphy has learnt a trick or two when it comes to developing a novel or a stage play for screen. We caught up with Tommy to learn about his experience.
Heading to Hollywood? Charlie's opens for business in LA
Charlie’s is open for business. Your business!
We have access to two hot desks at Charlie’s. Any NSW based creative who is visiting LA for professional development or screen industry related business, can apply for access to one or two Screen NSW hot desks, free of charge.
Check out our eight new videos with producers and VR pioneers sharing their thoughts on where VR is heading, what the future could look like and what could make the next great VR project, now available for your inspiration.
Co-writer of The Sapphires Keith Thompson tells us how he turned a popular stage play into a box office success
Co-writer of The Sapphires Keith Thompson has a proven record for turning adaptations into box office gold. We talked to Keith about his process and experience of brining a popular stage play to life on the big screen.
Indigenous opportunity: Screen NSW announces attachment on Cleverman
Screen NSW is pleased to announce an opportunity for a NSW based emerging Indigenous screen practitioner. This opportunity is in addition to the nationwide call out for attachments made by Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department.
Screen NSW is stepping up its push for gender equity in the screen sector, announcing a requirement that all TV drama series must now include female key creatives on their team in order to receive development or production finance...