Since Afghanistan fell to the Taliban last August, a group of Australian filmmakers have been working to aid friends and former colleagues now in danger.
As part of its ongoing Gender Matters initiative, Screen Australia has launched a new program to see female directors, cinematographers and composers attain 'career-defining' credits.
Australians in Film and Screen Australia have revealed the mentor and masterclass lineups for this year's Untapped initiative, which returns after being launched in 2021.
AFTRS head of directing Rowan Woods has been voted the new president of the Australian Directors' Guild (ADG) after Samantha Lang called time on her leadership of more than six years.
Nominations for this year's Australian Directors' Guild (ADG) Awards are shared amongst the likes of Wayne Blair, Shannon Murphy, Daniel Nettheim, Tennika Smith, and Jonathan Brough, who have all scored two nods each.
A House of Representatives committee has recommended the Federal Government introduce legislation that requires streaming services to spend at least 20 per cent of their local revenue on new Australian content.
Members of the Australian Directors’ Guild have benefitted from the knowledge that comes with being among the country’s most established filmmakers across the past five months as part of the ADG-40 'First-Hand' sessions.