Gracie Otto's 'Seriously Red', Bunya Productions' 'True Colours', and Phil Noyce’s 'Dead Calm' headline the program for next month's Australian International Screen Forum (AISF), which returns as an in-person event.
Screenworks has outlined a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to coincide with NAIDOC Week, joining a network of more than 1,100 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation through the RAP program.
Western Australian emerging creative Chanel Bowen will undertake a two-month internship in Los Angeles with Animal Logic Entertainment after being announced as the recipient of Screenworks Regional Screen In LA Program.
Screenworks has revealed the final round of speakers and sessions for the upcoming Regional to Global Screen Forum, with Stan head of scripted Amanda Duthie, Netflix creative executive Susie Jones, and Hoodlum Entertainment chief content officer Tracey Vieira among the new additions to the line-up
Emerging regional screen composers Finn Clarke and Crystal Wilkes will benefit from six weeks of one-on-one mentoring from acclaimed industry professionals Leah Curtis and Kevin Penkin after being selected for Screenworks' Screen Composing Bootcamp.
Five teams have been selected as finalists for AACTA Pitch: Regional Landscapes, and are set to pitch their feature film ideas to judges at Screenworks' upcoming Regional to Global Screen Forum.
Queensland's The Steve Jaggi Company has reported flood damage to its Brisbane studio facility from the deluge dumped on the state last weekend, as screen organisations in affected areas remain on high alert.
Screenworks and Netflix have named the four trainees who will be employed from February as part of the Regional Crew Development Program.