Blossom Films and Made Up Stories have commenced production on new dramedy 'The Last Anniversary' in Sydney, with Teresa Palmer, Miranda Richardson, and Danielle Macdonald leading the cast of the Liane Moriarty adaptation.
The NSW Government has backtracked on its decision to cut $60 million from the state’s screen funding programs, announcing the Made In NSW fund and the Post, Digital and Visual Effects rebate will continue in their existing forms.
Producers have labelled the NSW Government's decision to proceed with $60 million worth of cuts to the state's screen funding programs, impacting the Made In NSW fund and the Post, Digital and Visual Effects Rebate, as "reckless" and "nothing short of a disaster".
Global visual effects giant DNEG, which recently opened a Sydney studio, has called on the NSW Government to reconsider proposed cuts to its screen funding programs, arguing it will have a "devastating" impact on the state's ability to attract production, stymie business and job growth, and ultimately result in talent leaving the state.
The NSW Government has signalled it will make cuts to screen funding in next week's state budget, including the Made in NSW fund, the Post, Digital and Visual Effects rebate and the Digital Games Development Rebate Program.
Richard Roxburgh and Rebecca Gibney will star opposite each other in Lingo Pictures’ Megachurch drama 'Prosper', with production underway in Sydney for Stan.
Stan is again getting into the festive spirit, starting production on a new holiday-themed original film starring Matt Okine, Miranda Tapsell and Ed Oxenbould.
Filming is underway in NSW on Stan Original series 'Totally Completely Fine', with Thomasin McKenzie leading a cast that also includes Devon Terrell, Brandon McClelland, Rowan Witt, and Contessa Treffone.