Digital First Comedy Initiative

Digital First Comedy Initiative

Create NSW, ABC iview and Information Cultural and Exchange (ICE) are looking to develop up to three high-impact, youth-focused and digital first Australian short-form narrative comedy series that will premiere on ABC iview and showcase talent and stories from NSW.

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Pacific Rim: Uprising showcases NSW as global action-set

Pacific Rim: Uprising showcases NSW as global action-set

Hollywood blockbuster Pacific Rim: Uprising once again showed the world that NSW is a global action-set. With much of the film set in and around Sydney, we spoke to Leann Emmert, Supervising Location Manager, to find out more about the film’s locations.

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SEED: Regional Shorts

Interview with Sophie Hexter and Poppy Walker: the making of Drummer Girl

Interview with Sophie Hexter and Poppy Walker: the making of Drummer Girl

Drummer Girl is part of a suite of films in this year’s SEED: Regional Shorts - a Create NSW initiative to unearth filmmaking talent and content creators from regional NSW. We sat down with Sophie Hexter and Poppy Walker to learn more about their short film.

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Interview with producer Jason King: The Lost Sheep

Interview with producer Jason King: The Lost Sheep

The Lost Sheep is one of seven films screening on ABC ivew as part of a joint Create NSW and ABC Regional initiative called SEED: Regional Shorts. The Lost Sheep tells the story of a young girl in outback Australia, desperately trying to escape a religious cult. Create NSW chats with producer Jason King.

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Everyone is talking about Employable Me

Everyone is talking about Employable Me

Employable Me is a three-part ABC documentary series which aired last month and follows people with neuro-diverse conditions such as autism, OCD and Tourette Syndrome as they search for meaningful employment.

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Funding opportunities, SEED: Regional Shorts, interviews & Employable Me

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Call out for writers and producers: Charlie’s Working Space, Los Angeles

Call out for writers and producers: Charlie’s Working Space, Los Angeles

Bali Padda has a laugh with The Letdown team while making the most of Charlie’s, our workspace for NSW screen practitioners, in LA. 

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Call for applications to the 2018/2019 Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program

Call for applications to the 2018/2019 Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program

Applications to the 2018/2019 Industry Development Program and Audience Development Program are now open.

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AFTRS RE: FRAME INNOVATION

AFTRS RE: FRAME INNOVATION

RE: FRAME INNOVATION the first course in an exciting new AFTRS training initiative for the screen industries is now open for applications.

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