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The Hollywood Breakthrough Program UNTAPPED 2022 announced


Australians in Film and Screen Australia have announced the return of UNTAPPED, the breakthrough professional development program for undiscovered and historically excluded Australian writers and directors, featuring masterclasses from award-winning filmmakers Destin Daniel Cretton (Shang-Chi, Short Term 12), Marta Cunningham (Insecure, Transparent), Silas Howard (Dickinson, Pose) and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Meg LeFauve (Inside Out, Captain Marvel)

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COVID-Safe Writers’ Rooms and Your Right to a Safe Workplace


As some writers’ rooms return to an in-person format, the AWG has prepared a brief information sheet that contains current information relating to writers’ rights to a COVID-Safe workplace. This document will be regularly updated to reflect industry practice as the situation develops.

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POSITION VACANT: Research and Royalty Officer


AWGACS is looking for a motivated and committed Research and Royalty Officer to join its team. The successful applicant will report to the Manager of AWGACS, and will be responsible for extensive data entry, handling general enquires, and processing members’ payments.

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Australian Writers' Guild Holiday Office Hours


The Australian Writers' Guild office will be closed for the holiday period from midday Thursday 23 December 2021 until Tuesday 4 January 2022.

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Vale Chrissy Sharp: A tribute by Ian David


Chrissy Sharp, a cherished and highly respected past Executive Director of the Australian Writers’ Guild, died on November 2.

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