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We’re Calling All Boroondara Filmmakers
Searching for ‘the green place’: What Mad Max can teach us about the environment’s role in Australian filmmaking
SA Filmmakers Shine At Cannes
The award-nominated HSC Video Drama filmed in a garage green screen studio
Screen Australia celebrates Australian projects bound for Cannes Film Festival 2024
‘Life in Pictures’ short film competition to challenge ageism
James Cameron Exhibition At WA Maritime Museum Now Open
Bringing More Creativity Into Victorian Classrooms
World-famous deep-sea-explorer James Cameron coming to WA
QUT’s cutting-edge extended reality hub on show at World Science Festival
How TikTok and YouTube are forging the future of the horror genre
Film Comp hopes to net next Greta Gerwig
Blockbuster funding year for Screenwest – $9.2 million in 2023-24
How to create animated short film
Tracing Indian Ocean slavery through Iranian cinema
Anachronisms breathe new life into historical fiction: new book
Acting Like Everything’s OK
WA Museum Boola Bardip launches 2024 exhibition season
Stan and Netflix elevate Australian horror films to world stage
ACMI Powering Up Digital Skills For Students And Teachers
New appointments to Classification Board
Cultural connection: In conversation with Morgan Hogg
New crew skills development program launches for North and Far North Queensland screen industry 
7 filmmaking career options you should consider
Filmmaker embarks on 100 day movie challenge
Miley Tunnecliffe and Kate Separovich’s debut feature film Proclivitas lands West Coast Visions 2023
CinefestOZ funding confirmed for three more years
Ellatronix making waves in tropical house music scene
Sharing stories and experiences in Outback
Authentic NQ opens to First Nations Filmmakers
Cinematographer Eric Murray Lui on craft and the power of storytelling
Cloncurry-wood to roll out the red carpet for the world premiere of ‘The Bank Manager’
Screen Australia, VicScreen, SBS and Arenamedia announce Originate Features recipients
Game-changing Funding For Emerging Screen Talent
Boosting Victorian Creative Careers
Queensland readies for action with New Line’s Mortal Kombat 2
Fellowships To Transform Teacher Practice And Student Learning
Qld readies for action with New Line’s Mortal Kombat 2
Right under our noses
Inner West Young Creatives Awards 2023
Telling The Stories Of Central Victoria’s LGBTIQ+ Communities
Zombie Plane lands at Screen Queensland Studios
Applications open for ABC and Screenwest’s Art Works Documentary Initiative
From sea to big screen
Take direct route to film industry
Facts, Fabrication, and Film
Jobs and training, the focus of the latest rom-com production to be directed by Will Gluck, starring Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell