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Nominations close tomorrow for the 2018 NSW Creative Achievement Awards. Apply now! You could be in the running to… https://t.co/XIbmJCwhl0
Australian International Screen Forum Adds New Programming https://t.co/LuRTyKWtDN
"Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason has two blunt messages for feature film producers. One is: Recognise that most independent films, Australian and international, now are earning roughly half as much at Australian cinemas as they did only a few years ago. The other: Keep up-to-date with the rapidly shifting dynamics in the global theatrical market or get left behind."
Graeme Mason tells producers: Get smarter about the rapidly changing world https://t.co/dzVxYx5UeD
We don't mean to alarm you...but AWGIE Award entries close next week, so get in quick! Open to produced works across film, television, documentary, theatre, radio, interactive and children's television, each year these prestigious awards celebrate and honour the very best in Australian stage and screen writing. In 2018 entries are open to all eligible produced works that finished principal photography or production or had a first performance in 2017. See below the Conditions of Entry for details. #2018AWGIES #MyAWGIES #SomeoneWroteThat
The ABC is MIA in the golden age of television drama | Lauren Carroll Harris https://t.co/brDkrST9oh
Screen Australia and the ABC re-team for a third instalment of Art Bites https://t.co/byYvOh2FOb
WIFT Australia to launch at Gold Coast Film Festival https://t.co/6cwHlOi9Z6
A fantastic article from AWGIE Award-winning screenwriter Belinda Chayko on the process of writing and showrunning SBS's new drama Safe Harbour.
From Bollywood to Cleverman, Mithila Gupta is a screenwriter bringing truth, passion and make-believe to our screen… https://t.co/Jc0tg9CrbT
This is advice you’ve probably heard a thousand times and on the surface of it it’s not bad advice. The vast majority of feature films produced today are based on adaptations, sequels and remakes, but how does a writer take their movie from screenplay to novel and back again? Join screenwriters/novelists Jeremy Stanford (Rapture) and Luke Preston (Out of Exile) for a tough love discussion on the challenges, struggles and absolutely no go zones of anti-adapting your movie. With over twenty years experience in the industry Jeremy Stanford is the writer and director of the feature film The Sunset Six and the recently released novel Rapture. Luke Preston is the writer of the high octane Tom Bishop Rampage series and the screenwriter of the upcoming feature film The Chain Breakers.
Dame Changer aims to advance the careers of women in screen https://t.co/9MGz00o47q
Celebrate International Women's Day with an inspiring talk featuring Gretel Killeen and Margaret Pomeranz AM, and the launch of Dame Changer, a new organisation designed by senior women in the Australian industry to build the leadership capabilities and career success of women in screen. AWG are proud to support Dame Changer, and encourage members to head to tomorrow's special International Women’s Day edition of The Inspire Series from Biz Gals and Dame Changer, celebrating the strong, empowering strides forward made by women, with a Q&A surrounding this year’s theme for International Women’s Day – Press For Progress. Tickets selling fast and are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/international-womens-day-with-gretel-killeen-margaret-pomeranz-tickets-43085571103?aff=BizGals
Monte Miller Awards - check out our video of the night! https://t.co/H6Q3gWG20BRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
A big congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Monte Miller Awards, Nicholas Clifford in the short form category for his script 'The Handy Man' and Arky Michael and Kym Vercoe in the long form category for their script 'Mrs Burswood'. #MonteMillers #screenwriter
The Monte Chillers are ready and the Monte Miller Awards will start soon. Stay tuned for the announcement of winners! #MonteMillers
The Australian Writers' Guild is calling for entries for the 51st Annual AWGIE Awards. Open to produced works across film, television, documentary, theatre, radio, interactive and children's television, each year these prestigious awards celebrate and honour the very best in Australian stage and screen writing. The only industry awards given by writers to writers, the AWGIE Awards are judged exclusively on the basis of the writer’s own vision, the script. In 2018 entries are open to all eligible produced works that finished principal photography or production or had a first performance in 2017. See below the Conditions of Entry for details.
It's a new year with exciting opportunities for Queensland writers - it's also a near brand new Development Team at Screen Queensland since our last panel event with them. And here's your exclusive chance to have an evening with the SQ Development Team with a focus solely on writers! Come see and meet Jo Dillon - EVP of Content and the new team members - hear about their backgrounds and journeys in the industry, what they do in their daily roles at Screen Queensland, and most importantly, how they could help you take your writing project to the next level - and even to the screen. The focus will also largely be on allowing you plenty of time to ask the questions you want the answers to in a friendly, informal environment.
The tradition continues! Since 1984, Victoria's wordsmiths and thespians have put down their scripts for an annual clash of willow and wits in the battle for arguably the most sought-after trophy in the screen and theatre industry: The Credit. Come for the cricket, stay for the between-innings BBQ - or vice-versa!
There is a real risk that the government will remove or change the policies that have successfully supplied Australian children with Australian content for decades. We want Australian stories on Australian Screens. We want Australian children dreaming Australian dreams. TAKE ACTION and contact your local member to ask their help to save children's content! #SaveKidsTV
Love writers? Love rights? Come and work at the Australian Writers' Guild! We're looking for an Industrial, Policy & Advocacy Manager.
Just over half an hour to go until entries for Laugh Out Loud close! If you have experienced any technical difficulties with your entry or the membership discount this evening, please email your details and entry to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll process the entry for you in the morning.