Screen NSW & ABC TV call for applications for the 2018 Documentary Feature Fund
Screen NSW and ABC TV Arts are calling for applications for the 2018 Documentary Feature Fund. Now in its second year the Documentary Feature Fund commissions feature length arts documentaries for world premiere at the Sydney Film Festival, followed by broadcast on ABC.
Asian-Australian director, Clara Chong, creates the first live action conservation drama for the world’s widest curved cinema screen.
Clara Chong is behind Taronga Zoo’s fun new film, with a serious conservation message, Wild Squad Adventures, which is open now. The zoo will now welcome its 1.7 million annual visitors in a purpose-built, world-first, 270-degree cinema, which is screening the production.
Interview with Len Collin: the making of Sanctuary
In a special screening this week at the Irish FIlm Festival Australia, supported by Sydney City of Film and Galway City of Film, Len Collin's Sanctuary is a film that uses the generic conventions of a romantic comedy to explore the rarely-represented theme of sexual relations between young people with intellectual disabilities.
Following a hugely successful run last year, the Irish Film Festival is returning to Sydney this month with another exceptional lineup, showcasing the very best in contemporary Irish film over four days in Penrith and Paddington.
Emily Dash: discovering the writers' room and positive work places at Matchbox Pictures
Screenability NSW is the Screen NSW flagship program to raise the profile of people with a disability in the screen industry. We spoke with intern Emily Dash about her writing attachment at Matchbox Pictures.
Academy Award® nominated director Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant, Puberty Blues, Tender Mercies, Driving Miss Daisy) will bring to life Madeleine St John’s 1993 best-selling Australian novel The Women in Black.