Focus on Antenna Documentary Film Festival

Interview with Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director of Women Make Movies

Interview with Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director of Women Make Movies

Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director of Women Make Movies (WMM), is visiting Australia as a guest judge of the Antenna Documentary Film Festival’s International Competition and to talk about WMM at its DocTalk event. We caught up with Debra to learn more about WMM and to ask her thoughts on what opportunities and the challenges are still facing female filmmakers today.

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 Interview with Steven McGregor: Servant or Slave

Interview with Steven McGregor: Servant or Slave

Servant or Slave is a historical account of Australian history, where the colony benefited from a slave trade under the guise of protecting Aboriginal people. Ahead of its screening this week at Antenna Documenrary Film Festival, we spoke with the films director, Steven McGregor. 

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Screen NSW Annette Kellerman Award

Rebel Wilson receives the inaugural Screen NSW Annette Kellerman Award at the AiF Awards in Los Angeles

Rebel Wilson receives the inaugural Screen NSW Annette Kellerman Award at the AiF Awards in Los Angeles

Rebel Wilson will be the recipient of the inaugural Screen NSW Annette Kellerman Award. This new award will be presented annually by Screen NSW, in a partnership with Australians In Films (AiF) and Vogue Australia.

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Sydney City of Film

Winda Film Festival

Winda Film Festival

Winda Film Festival is a new and exciting festival focused on Indigenous film from across Australia and the world and it is calling for volunteers! 

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Interview with Tin Pang: Smallville, Mother. Child and Flying Bark.

Interview with Tin Pang: Smallville, Mother. Child and Flying Bark.

Tin Pang is a writer/director with a passion for short films. We caught up with Tin to learn about his experience on CW’s Smallville and to find out how he convinced Lawrence Leung (Offspring, Maximum Choppage) and Gabrielle Chan (The Home Song Stories) to star in his new project, Mother. Child.

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Call for applicants: Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund

Call for applicants: Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund

Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund (GEFF) supports new and emerging filmmakers and screen practitioners in NSW by funding the production and post-production of short films.

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11 October 2016

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Interview with Daniel Abma: Transit Havana

Interview with Daniel Abma: Transit Havana

Transit Havana, directed by Daniel Abma, is an insightful look into the Cuban transgender community that follows the lives of three very different people but also examines the many complexities at the heart of Cuba itself.

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Call out for Screenability NSW Internship Program

Call out for Screenability NSW Internship Program

Screenability NSW is calling for applications! 

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Three filmmaker opportunities now open with Queer Screen

Three filmmaker opportunities now open with Queer Screen

Queer Screen has announced three exciting filmmaker opportunities now open for submissions.

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Interview with Steve Jaggi: Spirt of the Game

Interview with Steve Jaggi: Spirt of the Game

Ahead of its release this month, Spirit of the Game director, Steve Jaggi, talks to Screen NSW about his new film, a true story of the Mormon Yankees and the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.‚Äč

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