NSW screen production boosted by $2.5m investment as Academy Award talent comes to town

NSW screen production boosted by $2.5m investment as Academy Award talent comes to town

NSW screen productions are firmly in the global spotlight this month with Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o and Academy Award-nominated director Bruce Beresford both in Sydney to film separate projects supported by the NSW Government (Little Monsters and Ladies in Black).

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Sydney City of Film: Focus on Winda Film Festival

Director Larissa Behrendt - After the Apology- a landmark documentary about child removal

Director Larissa Behrendt - After the Apology- a landmark documentary about child removal

After the Apology is a politically-charged documentary about four Aboriginal grandmothers taking on the government policies to curb the skyrocketing rates of child removal and bring their grandkids home. Ahead of its screening at the Winda Film Festival Closing Night, we spoke to the film's director, Professor Larissa Behrendt, about their grassroots actions that spearhead a national movement to bring the kids home.

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Renae Maihi brings Māori women's voice to life in Waru

Renae Maihi brings Māori women's voice to life in Waru

Eight female Maori directors have each contributed a ten minute vignette, presented as a continuous shot in real time, that unfolds around the tangi (funeral) of a small boy (Waru) who died at the hands of his caregiver. Ahead of the film's screening at Winda FIlm Festival we spoke with one of its directors, Renae Maihi, about the production, her career and trends in the New Zealand industry.

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Screenwave returns in 2018

Screenwave puts the world of film on a plate for Mid North Coast

Screenwave puts the world of film on a plate for Mid North Coast

The Coffs Coast’s flagship summer cultural event, Screenwave International Film Festival, is back for 2018 with its most progressive and comprehensive films program ever, as well as a pioneering public art project and industry networking hub. 

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22 November 2017

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New Create NSW Logo Guidelines

Have you received Create NSW funding through our Screen Industry Development, Screen Audience Development or Screen Strategic Opportunities programs? Branding requirements have changed for recipients of NSW Government funding and support. 

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REMIX Sydney Summit 2017 - Culture, Technology & Entrepreneurship

REMIX Sydney Summit 2017 - Culture, Technology & Entrepreneurship

December 7-8, UTS Great Hall, Sydney REMIX Sydney is Asia Pacific’s leading creative industries summit. REMIX brings together pioneers from different industries to explore the future of culture, creative cities and the creative economy. Book your tickets now!

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Paul Struthers joins Frameline (San Fran) as Director of Exhibition and Programming

Paul Struthers joins Frameline (San Fran) as Director of Exhibition and Programming

This week Frameline, the world’s longest-running and largest showcase of queer media, announced the appointment of Sydney's previous Queer Screen FIlm Festival Director, Paul Struthers, as its Director of Exhibition & Programming.

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7th Annual Australian Production Design Guild Awards

7th Annual Australian Production Design Guild Awards

The Australian Production Design Guild will celebrate the 2017 APDG Awards with acclaimed Academy Award winner Adam Elliot as is the special guest MC of the 7th Annual Awards.

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