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TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY: NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN AND TROPICAL FUCK STORM

TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY: NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN AND TROPICAL FUCK STORM

Fans of 2007 cult-favourite No Country for Old Men are in for a treat this September when the American neo-Western crime thriller film takes to the stage accompanied by Aussie rock supergroup Tropical Fuck Storm as part of Brisbane Festival 2019.
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Friday On My Mind At ACMI July 8

This Friday we look at how an artistic film magazine can still be cool in the digital world.
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Orpheum Launches Australia’s First Hitchcock Film Festival

Another film festival first for Sydney’s art deco cinema jewel.
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Bad Girl wins Best Film at WA Screen Awards

Curious Film is pleased to announce the Australian independent feature film Bad Girl has taken out Best Long Form Drama at the 28th Annual Western Australian Screen Awards. Directedby Fin Edquist, the explosive thriller in which a rebellious daughter returns home to her adopted parents after a stint inside a youth corrections facility was also recognised for its achievement in Best Sound. Bad Girl stars Samara Weaving (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) and Sara West (Ash vs Evil Dead) in a brooding and fatalistic thriller where the desire for escape, old family wounds and an unyielding sense of alienation escalates into a deranged and frightening game. Produced
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NFSA brings restored classic to the big screen at MIFF

HUGO WEAVING, JOCELYN MOORHOUSE AND LYNDA HOUSE TO ATTEND THE 29 JULY PREMIERE
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NITV Celebrates Achievement across July and August

Across July and August, NITV celebrates achievement with multiplatform coverage of several key events, including the NAIDOC Gala Awards, National Indigenous Music Awards, Barunga Festival and the Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards. Starting from today with NAIDOC Week, NITV will head to the Northern Territory to be at the heart of all the action – showcasing excellence and success stories across the full spectrum of Indigenous culture and community. NITV Online’s Daily Blog keeps audiences up to date with what's happening around the country and NITV News is on the Road in the Top End, reporting live
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Apple Event: Adventures In Pocket Filmmaking With Jason van Genderen and SF3

These days anyone can be a filmmaker — we have all the equipment in our pockets. In this masterclass, acclaimed director and ‘pocket filmmaker’ Jason van Genderen (pictured) will show how to find inspiration in the world around you, and — using the bare minimum of tools — create a film that’s truly your own. Jason will be joined Angela Blake and Ali Crew, co-founders of SF3, Australia’s only smartphone film festival. They’ll chat about how easy it is to bring an idea to life — no professional gear required. When: Thursday, 7 July 2016, 6:30 pm Where: Sydney Apple Store - 367 George St, Sydney.
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THE 28TH ANNUAL WEST AUSTRALIAN SCREEN AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

THE 28TH ANNUAL WEST AUSTRALIAN SCREEN AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED! Over 500 filmmakers, celebrities, media and screen industry representatives turned out to celebrate the very best in Western Australian screen production at the 28th Annual West Australian Screen Awards hosted by comedian Rhys Nicholson, at the Heath Ledger Theatre in Perth last night, Monday 4 July 2016. Presented by FTI, the WA Screen Awards (WASAs) is the premier celebration of West Australian screen culture, celebrating excellence and achievements in feature film, short film, web series, music videos, television production, documentary, games and interactive productions. The red carpet featured past WASA-winners including
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Queensland Writer/Producer wins prestigious Greg Coote Scholarship

Will be mentored by high-profile Executive Producer on top-rated US show.
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MEDIA STATEMENT FROM SCREENRIGHTS

Screenrights has welcomed the assistance of the Federal Court in reaching agreement on a timetable for mediation of the claims made by the Australian Writer’s Guild (AWG) and its collection society AWGACS alleging Screenrights has failed to pay scriptwriters their royalty entitlements. Screenrights totally rejects those claims and now is hopeful that a mediation process may help provide some clarity around the case which AWG and AWGACS are seeking to bring. Previous attempts to mediate have been unsuccessful. Lawyers representing Screenrights and AWG/AWGACS appeared before Justice Jagot this morning for the brief directions hearing and agreed to two separate mediation sessions
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