International Women's Day 2017

Interview with Jordan Raskopoulos: Comedian, musician, advocate and digital content creator

Interview with Jordan Raskopoulos: Comedian, musician, advocate and digital content creator

Jordan Raskopoulos is a comedian, musician and digital content creator. She is a director of Press Start Productions, host of This is About, and is the lead singer The Axis of Awesome. In 2016 Jordan came out as transgender in a viral video called What's Happened to Jordan's Beard? We caught up with Jordan to talk about her career and using her platform to promote awareness and understanding to a broad audience through humour. 

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Interview with Rachel Perkins: Jasper Jones

Interview with Rachel Perkins: Jasper Jones

Rachel Perkins’ Australian Aboriginal heritage has informed her entire filmmaking career. Her latest film Jasper Jones hits the big screen this week. We caught up with Rachel and author Craig Silvey, who wrote the novel that the film is adapted from.

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Maria Tran: Working with Jackie Chan on Bleeding Steel

Maria Tran: Working with Jackie Chan on Bleeding Steel

Producer, actor and action director Maria Chan tells us about her industry placement on Bleeding Steel, and learning from the master, Jackie Chan.

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Observing the goalposts: Hawanatu Bangura interns with Goalpost Pictures

Observing the goalposts: Hawanatu Bangura interns with Goalpost Pictures

Emerging screenwriter, Hawanatu Bangura, gives us the rundown on her industry placement at Goalpost Pictures.

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Screenability NSW

 Erica Tomayo: discovering the world of editing and positive work places at Animal Logic Studios

Erica Tomayo: discovering the world of editing and positive work places at Animal Logic Studios

Screenability NSW is the Screen NSW flagship program to raise the profile of people with a disability in the screen industry. We spoke with intern Erica Tomayo, who is discovering the world of editing and positive work places at Animal Logic Studios.

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Nawal Abdi on the set of Here Come the Habibs

Nawal Abdi on the set of Here Come the Habibs

Nawal Abdi talks about her attachment on Here Come the Habibs series 2.

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International Women's Day 2017

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Girls On Film: write women who rock!

Girls On Film: write women who rock!

AFTRS 2-day short course, with an award-winning writer/director Jessica Redenbach, will illuminate some of the common problems in structure, concept and delivery of women’s stories on screen.

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Screenworks Athena Project - making a difference to regional women working in the screen industry

Screenworks Athena Project - making a difference to regional women working in the screen industry

Northern NSW based Screenworks has successfully implemented the first 2 stages of The Athena Project, to address gender imbalance and increase the number of regional women in lead creative roles in the Australian film and television industry.

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Screenworks offers 15% discount to NSW female filmmakers

Screenworks offers 15% discount to NSW female filmmakers

To celebrate International Womens Day, Screenworks is offering 15% off tickets to its upcoming Screen Producing Best Practice seminar for female filmmakers in NSW (Byron Bay, March 23 & 24).

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For Film's Sake 'Big Pineapple' - $50K Emerging Filmmaker's Comp

For Film's Sake 'Big Pineapple' - $50K Emerging Filmmaker's Comp

For Film's Sake 'Big Pineapple' $50K Emerging Filmmaker's Comp officially opened this month and is accepting submissions until 31st March.

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