Screenability at Sydney Film Festival

Screenability program returns for the 65th Sydney Film Festival

Screenability program returns for the 65th Sydney Film Festival

Screenability will showcase six cutting edge works at this year’s Festival. Documentary film The Sign for Love and Stuttering – My Constant Companion and short films Broken, Intimate Encounters 20 Years On, Tip of My Tongue, and To Know Him – are all made by filmmakers with disability.

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Create NSW at Vivid Ideas

Witty and hilarious Frida Deguise joins the Funny Women! panel

Witty and hilarious Frida Deguise joins the Funny Women! panel

As part of Create NSW at Vivid Ideas, we caught up with panellist Frida Deguise who will join a panel of five funny women changing the face of Australian comedy, focusing on comedy as activism and showcasing a diverse panel of game-changing comedians.

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Elaine Crombie is having a laugh ahead of the Funny Women! panel

Elaine Crombie is having a laugh ahead of the Funny Women! panel

As part of Create NSW at Vivid Ideas we spoke with Elaine Crombie ahead of Funny Women! "Acting is acting and any chance to do it is about me practicing my craft and honing my skills."
- Elaine 

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Bee Cruse talks to us ahead of Listen Here Now

Bee Cruse talks to us ahead of Listen Here Now

Writer, actor, storyteller, performer. Meet Bee Cruse ahead of her upcoming talk at the Vivid Ideas festival.

"I believe art has the ability to educate, to plant seeds, to grow, to impact and to ultimately create change. Art gave me my superpowers. Why shouldn’t everyone have that chance to unlock their own superpowers too?" - Bee

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The Expert Exchange

The Expert Exchange: Collaborative giving

The Expert Exchange: Collaborative giving

Hear from our panel of experts who will discuss the characteristics of donors that utilise collective platforms, including that of millennials and Gen-Xers.

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Create NSW at Vivid Ideas

DIGITAL DISRUPTORS.
TUESDAY 29 MAY

How do digital platforms and new mediums impact on creative industries? Do they leave the traditional players fighting to remain relevant?

 

FUNNY WOMEN!
WEDNESDAY 6 JUNE

We shine a spotlight on five women changing the face of Australian comedy. This panel will focus on comedy as activism, showcasing a diverse panel of game changing comedians working across the arts and screen sectors.

 

LISTEN HERE NOW.
WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE

Join this refreshing conversation with a new wave of Aboriginal creatives across arts, screen and culture.

 

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Create NSW at Vivid Ideas

Rhyan Clapham AKA ‘Dobby’ talks to Create NSW ahead of Listen Here Now

Rhyan Clapham AKA ‘Dobby’ talks to Create NSW ahead of Listen Here Now

As part of Create NSW at Vivid Ideas, we caught up with panellist Rhyan Clapham AKA ‘Dobby’ who will join a conversation with a new wave of Aboriginal creatives across arts, screen and culture.

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Chantal Abouchar talks to Create NSW about technological trends ahead of Digital Disruptors

Chantal Abouchar talks to Create NSW about technological trends ahead of Digital Disruptors

"We need to encourage and support more women to launch their own businesses. Don’t let the term 'tech start-up' discourage you. Your start-up could be big tech or little tech. The Studio is a diverse and inclusive community, connecting creatives, technologists, industry and education." - Chantal

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Create NSW and ABC announce Half Hour Drama masterclass attendees and Cli-Fi projects for development

Create NSW and ABC announce Half Hour Drama masterclass attendees and Cli-Fi projects for development

NSW-based filmmaker teams have been selected to attend an expert masterclass as part of the Half Hour Drama development partnership between Create NSW and the ABC.

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