Sydney Film Festival director and acting CEO Nashen Moodley hopes a program of "big emotions" will help cinemas continue to build momentum post-lockdown, with the full line-up for the 2022 event unveiled on Wednesday.
Back to Back Theatre’s 'Shadow' will have its Australian premiere at this year's Sydney Film Festival, selected as one of six titles for the Screenability section
Filmmaker and photographer Cloudy Rhodes is carving out quite a career, helped by mentors Justin Kurzel and Samantha Lang.
Pearl Tan juggles so many roles - writer, director, teacher, PhD student, occasional ABC radio presenter and inclusivity activist - it's surprising she hasn't cloned herself.
Create NSW has loosened the guidelines for the Screenability Filmmakers Fund, announcing that it will now support emerging filmmakers with disability from all states.
A Diversity in Australian Media forum in Sydney next week will highlight how much progress the screen industry has made over the past 10 years in better reflecting Australia's diverse society - and how much remains to be done.
A drama about a gay teenager with a disability who changes into the body of a beautiful woman so that he can find love has become the first Australian film to win a $US20,000 prize at Korea’s Busan International Film Festival.
Sarah Barton has tried to champion film and television that advances the rights of people with disabilities since the beginning of her career.