Nearly 50 projects will benefit from $1.2 million through Screen Australia's Premium and Generate Funds, including new work from 'Class of 07' creator Kacie Anning and multi-hyphenate Leah Purcell.
Leah Purcell will take her talents to New Zealand's North Island in September after being announced as the inaugural Māoriland Filmmaker in Residence.
With National Reconciliation Week encouraging Australians to learn more about shared histories and cultures to start this month, the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival is set to honour traditional custodians of the land through film towards its end.
The May edition of IF is out now, in which we go behind the scenes of 'The Drover's Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson', chat to Sean Keenan about 'Barons', and take a deep dive into the issues facing theatrical distribution and exhibition ahead of the Movie Convention and the Australian Feature Film Summit.
The Australian Feature Film Summit (AFFS) has unveiled the program and first round of speakers for its in-person portion in May.
The entertainment and arts industries are mourning the loss of pioneering television executive Neil Balnaves, following his death in a boating accident aged 77.
Five-part ABC iview comedy 'All My Friends Are Racist', written and created by Enoch Mailangi, has kicked off production in Brisbane, with co-executive producer Leah Purcell to star.