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The ABC, Screen Australia and Screen NSW have confirmed production is underway on the exciting ten-part children’s comedy-adventure series, Parent Up.
I MET A GIRL ACQUIRED BY NETFLIX IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND Devon (Brenton Thwaites) an aspiring musician living with schizophrenia, who always relies on his older brother, Nick (Joel Jackson) to care for...
Screen Australia has announced nearly $2 million of production funding for two documentaries through the Commissioned program and eight through the Producer Program.
Two documentaries, JUVIE and Movement at the Station, will receive production funding from The Guardian and Screen Australia under their joint online documentary initiative.
Feature documentary Playing with Sharks, virtual reality project Prison X - Chapter 1: The Devil & The Sun and short film GNT will screen at Sundance Film Festival, taking place both online and in-person across the US from 28 January to 3 February 2021.
Screen Australia has announced over $2.5 million of funding for five documentaries through the Commissioned program and six through the Producer program. One documentary, Incarceration Nation, has received funding through the Indigenous Department.
Screen Australia’s annual Drama Report released today shows expenditure in 2019/20 on drama production in Australia reached $991 million. This is 18% down on last year’s spend, largely due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the near total shutdown of large-scale drama production in March 2020.
The Bunya Talent Hub LA is an incubator for mid-career writers, showrunners, directors and producers, and is presented in association with Netflix and Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department.
ABC Children’s and Screen Australia have partnered on an exciting new funding program to showcase and amplify the work of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) Australian creatives and content makers.
Selected via a competitive application process, the eight writers worked with Ayshford to develop their screenplays over a series of intensive workshops alongside Emerald Productions and Co-Curious. The result is a compelling and highly original screen story, with great emotional scale.
Screen Australia has announced $1 million of development funding for seven features, 16 television dramas and five online projects.
Screen Australia today announced it is on track to meet its new Gender Matters KPI at the end of 2021/22, with 57% of key creative roles across approved development and production funding held by women and female-identifying people in 2019/20.
Starring Australia’s favourite Blue Heelers, series three will commence production in Brisbane later this year and for the first time, will be audio described.
All My Friends Are Racist follows two Zoomer best friends who make a pact to call their racist friends out, but instead of causing a revolution… they themselves get cancelled.
Screen Australia and Screen Queensland dive in for MIRCOWORLDS: REEF, Netflix’s first original Australian documentary
Filmed in Australia on The Great Barrier Reef, the sophisticated supermacro techniques specifically developed for the film will immerse viewers, for the very first time, in the exquisite world of the reef’s tiny, weird and wonderful inhabitants.
The new series of Big Brother has evolved with better contestants, better challenges and a lot of heart
JASON SUDEIKIS is back in TED LASSO season two as Apple unveils the premiere date and teaser trailer
The award-winning Apple TV+ series, Ted Lasso, with Jason Sudeikis, will be returning for its second season on Friday, 23rd July. Apple TV+ has released a teaser trailer with today's announcement.
Based on Leigh Bardugo's worldwide bestselling Grishaverse novels, Shadow and Bone finds us in a war-torn world where lowly soldier and orphan Alina Starkov has just unleashed an extraordinary power that could be the key to setting her country free.