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How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)

Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…

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Belgian film Close takes out Sydney Film Prize, other winners announced

The 2022 Sydney Film Festival prize winners have been announced, with a slew of Australian filmmakers taking home the coveted…

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MIFF 2022: first films announced

MIFF is back with a smashing program to commemorate its 70th year in the film festival business.

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Natasha Wanganeen on Bunker, The Last Fleet: 'Sci-fi films saved my life'

Actor-writer-producer Natasha Wanganeen takes us behind the scenes on Bunker: The Last Fleet, a dystopian, intergalactic reimagining of first contact…

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Trailer: Daniel Johns' What If The Future Never Happened?

After decades of music success, the former Silverchair frontman tackles filmmaking with a semi-autbiographical short.

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Sexism in Australian film tackled by trailblazing female panel

Women currently make up around 34% of producers, 16% of directors and 24% of writers in Australian feature films.

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Very Short Film Festival announces winners

The winners of the competition win cash prizes and mentorship opportunities with screen professionals.

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TransAthletica: the new TikTok series interrogating gendered sports

TransAthletica focuses on the trans experience in a world of gendered sports, and features the voices of leading transgender athletes and…

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Festival a 'big reminder' of why we love cinema

With Sydney Film Festival coming back to life there are plenty of well-curated films amid a program that celebrates documentaries…

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St Kilda Film Fest reveals lineup

Catch poetic documentaries, boundary-pushing animation, and re-imaginings of dark history at the 39th St Kilda Film Festival.

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