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Toby Wallace says it’s important for young Aussies to see themselves reflected, whether it’s in films like Boys in the Trees or TV shows like Puberty Blues.
Triple M’s Gus Worland, gonzo journalism and making Australian men Man Up by digging deep.
“My life is as good as an ABBA song. It’s as good as Dancing Queen”
One of the most common questions Screen Australia is asked by everyone from the general public to politicians is: how is the screen industry doing?
As The Wrong Girl and Deep Water hit screens Twitter’s Tony Broderick talks about the Screen Australia initiative helping these TV dramas.
“How’s the serenity?”
Beast co-writer/co-director Sam McKeith on the pros and cons of creating an Australian film in the Philippines.
Joe Cinque’s Consolation director, co-producer and co-writer Sotiris Dounoukos on adapting Helen Garner’s book for the screen in his native Canberra.
“He couldn’t knock the fluff off a cappuccino”
Three years ago, Taryn Brumfitt could never have thought she’d be a filmmaker, but when her personal story went viral, she realised Embrace was needed.
Down Under writer/director Abe Forsythe reveals the road he took to write and develop a comedy that revolves around a race riot.
“I am the Nightrider. I’m a fuel injected suicide machine. I am the rocker, I am the roller, I am the out-of-controller!”
Take a look at the latest moves and news about those Aussies taking the world by storm, including Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Animal Logic and Iloura.
From the Spierig brothers and Alethea Jones to Judy Davis and Ryan Kwanten, we take a look at Aussies who’ve been having huge success internationally.
“That’s just what this country needs – a cock, in a frock, on a rock”
Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Shelley Birse talks about empowering writers from the set of Screen Australia-supported The Code series 2.
Nick Boshier on Soul Mates series 2 and how he and collaborators the Van Vuuren brothers have several feature films’ worth of ideas.
“That’s not a knife. THAT’s a knife”
JUST FOR FUN
Internet royalty Sarah Bishop and Josiah Brooks share their top YouTube channels with us.
It’s gripped audiences at film festivals in Melbourne and Toronto as well as the Mardi Gras Queer Film Festival and now Downriver is set for local release.