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Screen Australia representatives who work across Production Investment, Development, Documentary, Online, First Nations and Games funding give their top tips for anyone preparing to submit an application. Glossary of Key Terms - https://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/sa/screen-news/2023/04-06-industry-glossary-of-terms Tools and insights for starting i…
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Amazon Studios Senior Development Executive Sarah Christie talks about working as an entertainment lawyer before making the shift to development producer with Goalpost Pictures and then joining the scripted team at Amazon. She explains their strategy going forward, the difference in developing and writing projects with a streamer, what makes a grea…
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Hear takeaways and advice from the Screen Australia delegation who attended Cannes Film Festival + Market this year, including why you need to be pitch ready, how to prepare for meetings, challenges and optimism in the theatrical space, trends and more. They are joined by local producers MahVeen Shahraki from Thousand Mile Productions, Rebecca Summ…
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Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan discuss their careers from The Katering Show through to ABC series Get Krackin’, Audible podcast series Slushy and their latest project – creating comedy crime series Deadloch for Prime Video. The Kates talk about their writing partnership, filming Deadloch in Tasmania during the pandemic, and walking that fine line…
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Screenwriter Anna Barnes on the creation of Safe Home, from how the idea was sparked from her personal experiences working at community legal centres, creating a pitch deck and pilot script to show to SBS, working with writers Jean Tong and Michelle Law, and seeing the series be brought to life by the cast and crew including director Stevie Cruz-Ma…
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SBS development executive Catherine Kelleher, who’s also a screenwriter and filmmaker, explains the role of a note-taker including how it differs from other writing roles, the make-up of Australian TV writers’ rooms, the dos and don’ts of note-taking and how to make the most of opportunities in the screen industry.…
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113 Partners CEO Ian Murray is a consultant for creative businesses and reveals the questions people should be asking themselves to achieve a sustainable business, common issues, advice for funding grant applications, when to scale up, when to engage with a consultant, and how to be strategic – no matter the size or stage your business is at.…
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Jacinta Leong is a production designer who’s worked on Australian features 2067 and Buckley’s Chance and was art director on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Alien: Covenant, Unbroken, and more. Throughout the podcast, Jacinta talks about how her background in architecture led her to production design, some of the roles in the art departm…
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Kacie Anning - the writer, director and creator of new Australian Amazon Original Series Class of ‘07 - talks about her career from web series Fragments of Friday to now, pitching to Prime Video Australia, advice for general meetings in the US, and why crafting the right tone in comedy is “everything”.…
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Screen Australia’s Head of Documentary Alex West talks about available funding, advice for applicants and takeaways from the World Congress of Science & Factual Producers, before AIDC CEO Natasha Gadd gives an insight into the conference this year as well as opportunities and pressure points for the sector. View documentary funding here View First …
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Screenwriters Pip Karmel and Magda Wozniak join director Corrie Chen in breaking down the making of new Stan television series Bad Behaviour, including the challenges of adaptation, the writers’ rooms, working with composer Caitlin Yeo and sound designer Emma Bortignon, and how they created seamless transitions between the past and present storylin…
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Director, producer and writer Robert Connolly (The Dry, Paper Planes, The Turning) on filming the Tim Winton adaptation Blueback in Western Australia, working with cinematographer Andrew Commis ACS and their “analogue” approach, as well as starting the company Arenamedia and their commitment to empowering emerging voices.…
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Actors, writers, directors and producers Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope have created series such as Upper Middle Bogan, Back in Very Small Business, Little Lunch, and The InBESTigators through their company Gristmill. They discuss developing their latest ABC show Summer Love in the midst of the pandemic, as well as their approach to writing, advice on…
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ABC crime/thriller Bay of Fires co-creator, producer and star Marta Dusseldorp and the series creator, producer, co-writer and star of YouTube series No Ordinary Love Esther Fwati give an insight into production on their projects, while Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason runs through the newly released 2021/22 Drama Report results.…
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The Online team at Screen Australia discuss the three types of funding they can provide – development, production and completion funding – as well as what they are and aren’t looking for, what kind of platforms are out there, how to make your application competitive, general advice and more. Listen to Alyce’s podcast episode on connecting with audi…
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Director Rachel Perkins (Total Control, Mystery Road, First Australians) talks about getting her start in the screen industry and founding Blackfella Films in 1992, her career to date, and her latest project The Australian Wars, a three-part SBS/NITV documentary event, which delves into Australia’s Frontier Wars.…
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Hear takeaways, learnings and advice from those who were at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival. Guests include Screen Australia representatives CEO Graeme Mason, Head of Content Grainne Brunsdon and Head of First Nations Angela Bates, as well as Madman Entertainment CEO Paul Wiegard, We Are Still Here producer Mitchell Stanley from No Coi…
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Want to apply for games funding through Screen Australia? With a second round of Games: Expansion Pack funding now open, Screen Australia’s Head of Online Lee Naimo and Games Investment Manager Amelia Laughlan explain what they are and aren’t looking for in applications and why you need to ensure your project has a clear pathway to audience. The an…
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SBS Head of Scripted Julie Eckersley on what SBS are and aren’t looking for, how to pitch an idea to them, creating pathways for emerging talent, TV ratings, binge culture and more. SBS Scripted Pitch Deck Guide: https://www.sbs.com.au/aboutus/diversity-commissioning/assets/pdf/SBS-Scripted-Pitch-Deck-Guide.pdf…
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Kristin Voumard talks about the role of a Script Supervisor, film vs digital, how genres impact her work, advice, and career highlights including TV series Round the Twist and Rake, Aussie films such as Lantana, and studio movies like Mission: Impossible II and Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.…
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Screen Australia’s Head of First Nations Angela Bates talks through the challenges and achievements of projects including Sydney Film Festival opening night anthology feature We Are Still Here, and TV dramas Mystery Road: Origin and True Colours, as well as speaking to talent escalation, initiatives, pitching, and her thoughts on the screen sector.…
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Elvis writer/director/producer Baz Luhrmann, production designer/costume designer/producer Catherine Martin and director of photographer Mandy Walker ACS ASC break down their approach to filming the Warner Bros movie, which despite being set in 50s, 60s and 70s America was filmed on location in Queensland, Australia. The trio discuss how important …
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On the latest episode of the Screen Australia podcast, Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason and Michele McDonald, the Producer Offset and Co-Production Unit (POCU) Senior Manager, talk through changes to legislation governing the Producer Offset, the refundable tax rebate that Screen Australia administers on behalf of the Federal Government. They also…
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Ahead of the Australian Feature Film Summit, hear from Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason, producer Sue Maslin AO, marketing and distribution expert Courtney Botfield, Transmission Films’ Andrew Mackie, director/producer Robert Connolly; and Madman Films’ senior marketing manager Michael Matrenza, who talk about how data around audience, box office …
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The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson writer, director, producer and star Leah Purcell talks about the journey of the feature film - a re-imagining of Henry Lawson’s classic story, which she first adapted into an acclaimed play, followed by the film and a novel. Purcell talks about the challenges of adaptation, the importance of having a pe…
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Three experts on marketing explain what it is, why you should be thinking about it even before the cameras start rolling, and practical steps to identify your audience, know what assets you need and much more. Get marketing advice for putting together a Screen Australia application, hear insights from a distributor POV, and find out about the impor…
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River co-director and co-writer Jennifer Peedom from Stranger Than Fiction Films talks about the making of the “sequel” to Mountain in collaboration with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, how Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood became involved, plans to move into drama filmmaking and why doco and drama are more similar than people think.…
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Producer Naomi Cleaver talks about producing an enormous studio TV series like NBCUniversal’s La Brea and the benefits of being able to do so in Victoria, as well as talking about the production department more generally – including the different roles she has worked across, from production coordinator, to production manager and then line producer …
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Screen Australia’s outgoing Head of Content Sally Caplan reflects on her eight years at the agency, changes in the screen sector both here and globally, advice to applicants and more. Sally holds more than 25 years’ of international experience across financing, development, acquisition, production and distribution, which has included roles such as …
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Head of Content Tyler Bern talks through the strategy for Amazon Prime Video Australia, advice for anyone hoping to pitch to Amazon and what kind of ideas they are looking for. Bern also reveals the new hire who will be leading their scripted slate, and explains how upcoming TV adaptation The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart came to Amazon Prime Video.…
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Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason looks at the record-breaking numbers in the 2020/21 Drama Report, before executive producers Andrea Denholm of ABC series Fires and Catherine Nebauer from International Emmy-award winning kids’ TV series Hardball and Paramount+ TV drama Spreadsheet give their insights into what production has been like on the groun…
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Australian director of photography Greig Fraser ACS, ASC, talks about working on the epic new feature Dune, including collaborating with director Denis Villeneuve, shooting on IMAX, the switch from his Emmy-award winning work on The Mandalorian to a new sci-fi world, and how his lighting approach on Australian features Lion and Mary Magdalene helpe…
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Australian cinematographer Ari Wegner ACS talks about working with director Jane Campion on The Power of the Dog including spending a year in pre, shooting New Zealand as 1920s Montana, and what it was like switching to a handheld camera style for some scenes with the always-in-character Benedict Cumberbatch.…
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