Rochelle Siemienowicz

Rochelle Siemienowicz is a journalist for Screenhub. She is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram

Rochelle's Latest Articles

Christiaan Van Vuuren credit Toby Ralph
Features

Christiaan Van Vuuren gets sincere in Big Deal

Best known for comedy roles, the writer, director and presenter talks about Big Deal, a documentary exposing how donations corrupt…

Key Art Guide Carnival Studio
Features

Creating engaging film marketing materials

Driven by frustration, Demi Hopkins from creative agency Carnival Studio has published a free guide to planning and capturing great…

Three lead actors on trans kids show First Day
Features

Julie Kalceff on 'First Day', trans representation, Hulu deals, and 'Here Out West'

Writer-director Julie Kalceff talks about the internationally acclaimed series about a transgender student, and the Hulu deal that got S2…

Behind the scenes on Netflix Original feature film Sweet River. Image: Kane Skennar
News

Applications open for Screenworks regional crew traineeships

The pilot program delivered in partnership with Netflix encourages diverse and disadvantaged regional applicants.

Total Control
Sponsored Content

Series Mania Melbourne Returns

The 4-day festival of TV unveils a free online program for the public as well as a bumper Screen Industry…

AACTA statuette on stage
News

AACTA Voting is open for TV Awards

Round One determines the 2021 nominees in the television categories and closes this Friday. Comedy is a big focus.

Miranda Otto and Richard Roxburgh, Ep 2 Fires
Opinions & Analysis

Three Australian dramas you need to watch on the ABC

From 'The Newsreader' to 'Fires' and 'Frayed', the national broadcaster comes through with top-notch series TV.

Tony Ayres
Features

Tony Ayres talks 'Fires' and talent-spotting

The key Australian producer-creator talks about his latest drama Fires, Clickbait on Netflix, and what worries him about the industry.

cast of IRREVERENT
News

Cast announced for Queensland Netflix series 'Irreverent'

Australian talent for the 10-part fish-out-of water drama includes Kylie Bracknell, Ed Oxenbould and Wayne Blair.

VCA film shoot
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Unfiltered Voices: VCA graduation films go online with MIFFplay

Resilience and resourcefulness epitomise the class of 2020 and now all of Australia can freely enjoy their films.

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