• Screen Australia backs Thornton, Ayres projects
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    Screen Australia backs Thornton, Ayres projects

    2012-12-17T06:53:00Z

    Screen Australia is to invest in five new feature films, three of which are from the proven directors Warwick Thornton ( Samson And Delilah ), Tony Ayres ( The Home Song Stories ) and Kriv Stenders ( Red Dog ).

  • Melbourne boosts world premiere tally
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    Melbourne boosts world premiere tally

    2013-07-03T12:54:00Z

    Six of the 10 homegrown feature-length films that will have their world premieres at the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) have been supported by the MIFF Premiere Fund, including anthology drama The Turning and Anna Broinowski’s documentary Aim High In Creation! .

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    Miller, Schepisi projects among SPAAmart line-up

    2007-09-20T13:39:00Z

    The Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) has announced the feature film projects for this years SPAAmart financing market, running November 13-15 on Queensland's Gold Coast. A number of highly experienced and awarded directors and producers are on the list, including veteran directors George Miller, Fred Schepisi and rising talent ...

  • Toronto unveils CWC, City To City
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    Toronto unveils CWC, City To City

    2014-08-12T15:00:00Z

    Toronto film festival organisers have programmed features from 42 countries in the Contemporary World Cinema (CWC) programme and unveiled eight South Korean selections in the City To City.

  • Berlinale's Co-Production Market reveals line-up
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    Berlinale's Co-Production Market reveals line-up

    2010-01-18T11:52:00Z

    New projects by Italy’s Marco Bechis, the UK’s Benjamin Ross and Russia’s Andrey Zvyagintsev as well as directorial debuts by actors Hiam Abbass and Ulrich Thomsen are among the 37 projects selected for the seventh edition of the Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 14-16).