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WA Heritage Film Appeal

WA Heritage Film Appeal

Pledge now to preserve and make the State Library of Western Australia’s heritage film collection accessible to all.
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Win an exclusive trip for 2 to Denmark, WA for a once in a lifetime Breath film experience

To celebrate the release of Breath, Roadshow Films and My Cinema are providing you the chance to see a My Cinema Premiere of the film and win a trip for two people to Denmark, Western Australia. Between Thursday 26th April and Wednesday 2nd May, those who attend a My Cinema Premiere of Breath will see a recorded interview with Simon Baker, exclusive to My Cinema. The major prize winner and a friend will immerse themselves in the ocean where Pikelet and Loonie surfed their first waves, visit Sando’s beach shack and will take a leap of faith from the rocks
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CEO COURTNEY GIBSON SETS AGENDA FOR DELIVERING JOBS, DIVERSITY AND SA PRODUCTION GROWTH

The new South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) Chief Executive Courtney Gibson today introduced a suite of initiatives focused on growth that will see the state embracing greater diversity and chasing a larger share of Australia’s screen production market, thereby delivering more jobs into the state’s screen sector.
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CODE OF CONDUCT TO PREVENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT NOW ACTIVE

Screen Australia has today announced that the Code of Conduct to Assist the Prevention of Sexual Harassment has been finalised and is now in effect. Screen Australia approved projects from now on must adhere to the Code as a condition of their production funding.
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Warwick Thornton heads to Dubbo

The Dubbo community has pulled together to bring the film Sweet Country and its multi-award winning director, Warwick Thornton, to town. When the head office of Dubbo’s only cinema declined to screen Sweet Country, Kellie Jennar from the Dubbo Filmmakers reached out to the film’s producers to see what could be done. The result – a very special film event will be held at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre, followed by a Q&A with Warwick Thornton on Friday, April 27.
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THE ELEVENTH HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS AND FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Festival to shine a light on Indigenous rights, gender equality, conflict, people movement, rehabilitation and retribution, and the environment.
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Meal Tickets available on VOD from March 31

The award-winning Australian rock documentary Meal Tickets will be available on VOD from March 31, through iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Vimeo on demand. Mat de Koning's film, 10 years in the making, traces the fortunes of Perth rock band the Screwtop Detonators, in a 'cautionary tale' about the music industry.
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Films that Fight Back: Activist Documentaries

OzDox, the The Australian Documentary Forum, will host presentations, a panel discussion and Q&A with renowned activist documentarians.
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The Breakfast Club Screenings at Dendy

On Monday 30th April at Canberra, Newtown and Coorparoo locations, Dendy is set to host a screening of the iconic coming-of-age comedy The Breakfast Club starring Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson.
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World of Dark Comedy

In a world of craziness, slapstick, absurdity and an overload on niceness, the festival presents the worst and funniest things that can happen in human interactions. It’s bad, wrong and diabolical… and more than that, it’s wonderful.. Suitable for ages 18 years and over.
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42nd Street Screenings at Dendy

On Monday 30TH of April at both Opera Quays and Portside locations, Dendy is set to host a screening of the film classic 42nd Street starring Warner Baxter and Bebe Daniels.
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