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Roadshow Films will release Jub Clerc's 'Sweet As' in Australia and New Zealand next year after acquiring the distribution rights to Nyul Nyul/Yawuru director's debut feature.
Feature films from directors Tony Ayres and Gracie Otto, as well Aunty Donna’s production company Haven’t You Done Well Productions, are among the 33 projects to share in $1 million of story development funding from Screen Australia.
Actor Kodi Smit-McPhee, director Rolf de Heer and Roadshow Films CEO Joel Pearlman are among the Australians who have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) this year.
The team behind the award-winning film 'The Dry' has begun production on another Jane Harper feature adaptation in Victoria, with Eric Bana reprising his role as Aaron Falk and Robert Connolly returning as writer and director.
In a welcome move for industry, the Federal Government has backtracked on its decision to harmonise the Producer Offset for film and television, announcing on Sunday that the offset will remain at 40 per cent for theatrical features.
Australian feature films are currently dominating the box office, with exhibitors reporting a "revitalised" audience appetite for local stories. However, both producers and distributors have concerns about being able to actually get Aussie features off the ground in the future, with the Producer Offset slated to fall from 40 to 30 per cent from July.