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.
Melbourne filmmaker Michael Anthony Kratochvil is on the verge of turning a nightmare into a dream come true after his horror film 'I Call Upon Thee' was selected for the Frontières International Co-Production Market at Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival.
Triptych Pictures, Epic Films and Corner Table Productions have a new avenue of connection with the US film and television industry after being selected for Charlie’s Virtual Residency.
A spin-off of 'High Maintenance', starring Yael Stone, and a comedic crime series from Jungle Entertainment are among the 21 projects that will share in more than $600,000 in story development funding from Screen Australia.
High-profile talent on both sides of camera punctuate the four feature films, three television dramas, and one virtual reality project that will share in more than $6.5 million of production funding from Screen Australia.
The producers of 'The Babadook' and US horror movie 'It Follows' are teaming up to adapt 'Small Space', a young adult novel by Australian author Sarah Epstein.
Fremantle and Triptych Pictures' Kristian Moliere are teaming up to make a TV drama adapted from New Zealand-born author Meg Mundell’s second novel The Trespassers.