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Films by Indigenous Australian women to stream now

Enjoy films by Australian Indigenous women on SBS, ABC and more.


Free films for International Women's Day at NFSA

To celebrate International Women's Day, NFSA are showing the Women Make Films series. And the best thing about it? It's…


Eva Orner on her climate-change film: 'Vote as if your life depends on it'

Burning gives a devastating insight into the Black Summer bushfires and the role played by climate change.


In hysterics: MWFF will make you laugh louder

The Melbourne Women in Film Festival opens tonight with a a lineup of gut-busting features and shorts.

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Miss Fisher's producers adopt new roles at Every Cloud

Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger are stepping away from management and into advisory roles at the Australian production company.

Rachel Okine, President of the Natalie Miller Fellowship

Rachel Okine announced as new President of Natalie Miller Fellowship

Rachel Okine was the first recipient of the Natalie Miller Fellowship in 2012. She now takes over as President from…


Nine-day writing retreat for West Australian screenwriters

A joint initiative from Cinefest Oz and Women in Film and TV, the generous retreat promises nourishing peace and creative…


The Power of Visibility: beating the mid-career blahs

Even introverts can shine in their own ways. Challenge your fears and put yourself out there with these ideas from…


Courage, Confidence & Strategy: Sue Maslin's advice for women pursuing leadership

Inspired by Natalie Miller, Sue Maslin says we need more women taking the leap into positions of financial and creative…


Flesh After Fifty: challenging stereotypes of ageing females in film

A program of six films resists older women's invisibility. 'Flicks after Fifty' Programmer Kirsten Stevens says finding them was harder…

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