‘Australianness’ on our screens? Revel in what’s possible

In her new Platform Paper, screen journalist Sandy George calls for concrete steps to support the Australian film and TV industry.
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Australian film and television is delivering less local cultural value to our audiences, authentic dramas are fewer, and much of it now feels a lot less Australian – even unrecognisable as made in this country – according to a new paper published as part of Currency House’s New Platform Paper series.

Nobody talks about Australianness on our Screens by industry journalist Sandy George was launched yesterday at the Sydney Film Festival by a discussion with celebrated producers Emile Sherman and Kristina Ceyton, and Screen Australia’s Grainne Brunsdon.

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