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Australian Guild of Screen Composers  appoints first woman President

Australian Guild of Screen Composers appoints first woman President

This week, the Australian Guild of Screen Composers elected its first woman President in Caitlin Yeo, replacing Guy Gross who retired after a successful five year term.
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2017 Australian Film Industry Box Office Statistics

The 2017 annual MPDAA statistics confirm another successful year for Australian cinema box office, with a box office CUME of A$1,201,343,000 with Beauty and the Beast leading the way as the #1 movie of the year, grossing $47.95 million.
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ABC Riots in February

The highly anticipated Australian telemovie Riot will screen on ABC and ABC iview on Sunday 25thFebruary at 8.30pm.
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Queensland Music Festival seeks young composers to enter statewide film score competition

Queensland high school students keen to follow in the legendary footsteps of film composers such as Ennio Morricone and John Williams are encouraged to enter Queensland Music Festival’s (QMF) annual state-wide competition Score IT!, which opens on 22 January and closes on 18 May.
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TURNER INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES FIRST INTERNATIONAL SVOD SERVICE WITH ROLL-OUT OF FILMSTRUCK

Joint venture between Turner International’s Digital Ventures & Innovation Group and Warner Bros. Digital Networks launches first in UK
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Queensland short film Papercut premieres in London and takes home two awards

Short film Papercut premiered at the Rainbow Umbrella Film Festival in the U.K last weekend. The festival featured LGBTIQ films from all over the world.
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Death of an Axolotl: A film about Mexican walking fish, Tourette syndrome and OCD

With the support of the Community Broadcasting Foundation and Channel 31 Melbourne, Death of an Axolotl is the chronicle of the friendship of a seven-year-old boy Robin and a classroom pet axolotl in the face of the tyrannical art teacher, Ms. LeGrand.
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CLARE SILLERY, HEAD OF COMMISSIONING FOR BBC DOCUMENTARIES, JOINS AIDC 2018 MARKETPLACE

AIDC announces CLARE SILLERY, HEAD OF COMMISSIONING for BBC DOCUMENTARIES, as the latest addition to the 2018 Australian International Documentary Conference Marketplace line-up. Ms Sillery will attend as one-half of a senior BBC commissioning contingent, also including the previously announced Mandy Chang, Commissioning Editor for BBC Storyville.
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Short Film and Music Video Submissions Closing Soon!

Entries into Australia's Top 100 Short Film Competition close 31 January! This is your chance to share in a $50,000 prize pool, including a $10,000 cash prize for Best Short Film!
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ADLFF announces Jim Bettison and Helen James Award recipient

ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES PHOTOGRAPHER ROBERT MCFARLANE AS 2017 JIM BETTISON & HELEN JAMES AWARD RECIPIENT
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Screen Queensland to invest in Queensland game developers in 2018

Talented Queensland game developers can apply for support from the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland’s Game Development and Marketing Investment, announced Screen Queensland Chair Catherine O’Sullivan.
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