Female-led Australian feature films and content-related technology start-ups are the focus of a new company launched by entrepreneurs Deanne Weir and Olivia Humphrey.
Daina Reid’s 'Run Rabbit Run' has undergone a reshuffle, with 'Succession' star Sarah Snook set to take over from Elisabeth Moss in the lead role.
Bus Stop Films is getting ready to shoot its first feature, 'Baby Cat', and is conducting a nationwide casting call for an actress to play the lead, Sonja, a young woman living with trisomy 21 (Down syndrome).
English actress, television presenter, and comedian Sally Phillips will lead writer/director Renée Webster's debut feature 'How to Please a Woman' when filming on the comedy/drama gets underway in WA this month.
Screen Australia, together with its Gender Matters Taskforce, used International Women's Day to unveil two initiatives aimed at supporting women and gender-diverse practitioners.
Audiences at this month's Flickerfest will be treated to a taste of an upcoming feature from director Jasmin Tarasin and writer John Collee.
The 12 successful applicants for Attagurl, the narrative feature film development lab to support female and non-binary filmmakers from around the world, will be announced next week, and Deanne Weir is excited.
As cinemas around the country prepare to open their doors in July Universal Pictures has set release dates for Shannon Murphy's Babyteeth and Krib Stenders' Slim & I.