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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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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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TikTok boasts some of the best new film creators – get used to it

We're probably not going to get the next Mad Max from TikTok, but we're seeing the birth of a new…

Joshua Brennan and Jeremy Blewitt in the award-winning short film Mate. Image: Campbell Brown.
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Mate: five questions for director George-Alex Nagle

Following the recent Grand Prix win at Clermont-Ferrand, we talk to the Australian filmmaker about his short film and what…

Kook Manuer and Poppy
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Two Sands: A story of Perth and South Sudan

Winning four WA Screen Culture Awards, this beautiful short film about belonging has a big impact.

Brietta Hague
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Bringing truth to fiction: a chat with MIFF winner Brietta Hague

Journalist and filmmaker Brietta Hague talks about her MIFF-winning Australian short film 'Baltasar', shot in Barcelona.

Cute animated creature from Never Alone with huge eyes. Created in Unreal Engine.
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Racing against time to build worlds and create films with Unreal Engine

A filmmaker leaps into Unreal Engine with a games lecturer, and discovers a new world of production that leads him…

Overwatch 2 characters
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Behind the pioneering animation of gaming's most beloved cinematic universe

The world of Overwatch is more than a game, it's a freely accessible Pixar-style animated universe. We chat to two…

Lone Wolf
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A film festival for extraordinary times: MIFF 2021

The Melbourne International Film Festival unveils a 'hybrid' program to serve many audiences. Fingers and toes are crossed.

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Swimming with sharks and schools of QLD talent: Gold Coast Film Festival

Now in its 19th outing, the GCFF retains a populist flavour but brings in art, industry events, awards, and big…

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