Interview with Warwick Thornton

Interview with Warwick Thornton: We Don't Need a Map

Interview with Warwick Thornton: We Don't Need a Map

DISCLAIMER: This interview is fantastic and contains strong language.

In 2009, Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah won the Camera d’Or at Cannes and he was later nominated for Australian of the Year. We spoke to Warwick about the film that opened the 64th Sydney Film Festival.

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Screen NSW – ABC TV Arts Documentary Feature Fund

Interview Joe Weatherstone, Go-Betweens Sydney Film Festival

Interview Joe Weatherstone, Go-Betweens Sydney Film Festival

The first film to be commissioned under the Screen NSW – ABC TV Arts Documentary Feature Fund, The Go-Betweens: Right Here, documents an intensely passionate, creative and fraught set of relationships that formed one of the most loved bands in Australia. We caught up with Joe Weatherstone to talk about this film's production. 

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Focus on Documentary Foundation Australia Award

Interview with Erica Glynn - In My Own Words

Interview with Erica Glynn - In My Own Words

Ahead of the World Premiere of In My Own Words, directed by Erica Glynn, we spoke to Erica about the raw and heartfelt film that takes the viewer on an often-times funny journey of adult Aboriginal students and their teachers...

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Interview with Kate Hickey - Roller Dreams

Interview with Kate Hickey - Roller Dreams

Roller Dreams: Venice Beach, CA, 1984, and the birth of a new phenomenon: roller dancing! The beyond-hip talent draws massive crowds, but politics, money and gentrification conspire to end the dream.

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Interview with Carolyn Johnson, The Last Goldfish

Interview with Carolyn Johnson, The Last Goldfish

Four months on from her journey with Academy Award nominated Tanna at the Academy Awards, we caught up with Carolyn Johnson ahead of the World Premiere of her new film, The Last Goldfish.

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Interview with Frankie Fenton – It’s Not Dark Yet

Interview with Frankie Fenton – It’s Not Dark Yet

It’s Not Dark Yet - Simon Fitzmaurice was 34 years old, his short film had just premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, and his third child was on the way.

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Filmmakers Making Disability Cinema

Filmmakers Making Disability Cinema

FREE: Friday 16 June, 2.00pm. Join the filmmakers of Screenability to hear about the inspiration behind their films, and be part of the discussion on what is next for Disability Cinema.

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Create NSW seeks emerging creatives for TALENT CAMP

Create NSW seeks emerging creatives for TALENT CAMP

We are calling on emerging content creators and storytellers from diverse backgrounds across the state to apply for up to 15 places at the NSW State TALENT CAMP, a new program in partnership with the Australian Film Television & Radio School & Screen Australia.

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Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program

Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program

Create NSW’s Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program for annual and multiyear funding is now OPEN.

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AFTRS DOCUMENTARY SHORT COURSES

AFTRS DOCUMENTARY SHORT COURSES

AFTRS INTRO TO DOCUMENTARY and 5-day FEATURE DOCUMENARY INTENSIVE, are coming up in July, both with AFI nominated producer Dylan Blowen (The Snowman, A Northern Town).

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