Paul Dalgarno

Paul Dalgarno writes novels: A Country of Eternal Light (2023) and Poly (2020); memoir: And You May Find Yourself (2015); and creative non-fiction: Prudish Nation (2023). He was formerly Deputy Editor of The Conversation and joined ScreenHub as Managing Editor in 2022. Twitter: @pauldalgarno. Insta: @narrativefriction

Paul's Latest Articles

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Disney+ announces Australian originals slate

Three scripted drama series, four documentaries and two lifestyle and factual series have been announced by Disney+ in Australia and…

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Fire Island trailer: the multicultural gay romance on Disney+

Fire Island is an unapologetic, modern-day romantic comedy showcasing queerness.

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Sydney Film Festival 2022 program announced

The full program has been released for the Sydney Film Festival 2022, which takes place in cinemas from 8–19 June.

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Kyas Hepworth named Head of Screen NSW

Hepworth will 'continue to support screen stories and practitioners as well as promote the state for productions, big and small'.

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Very Short Film Festival announces very short shortlist

The winners, who receive mentorship from filmmakers Justin Kurzel and Leah Purcell, will be announced later this month.

Features

20 Instagram accounts film and cinema lovers should follow

From mise-en-scène to colour palettes to dialogue, there's an Instagram account for movie lovers of all kinds.

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Geeta director Emma Macey-Storch wins Australia's newest film award

Geeta follows mother-of-three Geeta Mahor, an acid-attack survivor who now campaigns for law and justice reform around domestic violence.

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Sheldon Riley, Australia's Eurovision hope: 'I don't get nervous'

Representing Australia in Eurovision was in Sheldon Riley's five-year plan – next stop: this week's finals in Turin.

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Kath and Kim: five best moments as we adieu Chateau Kath

As the home from the comedy classic gets bulldozed, we count down five of the best scenes from the iconic…

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Kylie and Jason Donovan return to Neighbours

Scott and Charlene are coming back to Ramsay Street (just don't tell them about property prices in 2022).

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