Wartime Singapore, 1942. As night devours day, one man must navigate through dangerous jungle in search of sanctuary. In cinemas April 24.

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    Director: Aaron Wilson

    Cast: Khan Chittenden, Mo Tzu-Yi



    The Gods of Wheat Street

    Take an intimate journey into the lives, hearts and humour of a contemporary Aboriginal family in Australian regional suburbia.

    Saturdays at 8.30pm on ABC1

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    The Gods of Wheat Street

    Directors: Catriona McKenzie, Wayne Blair, Adrian Russell Wills

    Producers: Lois Randall, Jon Bell

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    Australian Screen Partnerships in Asia

    Watch our promotional trailer highlighting opportunities for Australian screen production partnerships in the Asian region.

    Watch the promo on YouTube

    Australian Screen Partnerships in Asia




    Indigenous Employment Program (IEP)

    Tap into the next wave of Indigenous media talent, with a subsidy of more than $10,000 per position for 12 months.

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    Hot Docs International Documentary Festival

    Congratulations to the film The Darkside, one of four Australian documentaries selected to screen at the Hot Docs International Documentary Festival in Canada. (24 April–4 May)

    Hot Docs Documentary Festival

    The Darkside

    Director: Warwick Thornton

    Producer: Kath Shelper



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Five online content teams selected to Skip Ahead

Congratulations to the five Australian teams selected to be part of the Skip Ahead program. They will receive funding and production resources to create unique online content and also have an opportunity to travel and work at the YouTube Space LA. Find out more.

Australian films to premiere at Cannes 2014

Great news for Australian films at Cannes. David Michôd’s The Rover and Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s Country have been invited in Official Selection, while Zak Hilditch's These Final Hours, will have its international premiere at the Directors’ Fortnight. Find out more here.

Five new feature projects get funding support

Screen Australia's latest funding round sees five diverse features supported including two films based on true stories, two feature documentaries and a sci-fi thriller. Find out more here.

Stories that matter: read the submissions

Feedback on Screen Australia's discussion paper about documentary funding has now closed. We're now working on draft guidelines, which we're aiming to release for industry comment in the next few months. Read submissions here.

Sixteen feature films receive funding

We have just announced over $550,000 of support to a number of projects including debut and second-time writers, directors and producers – many making the transition into features for the first time after creating for other platforms. Find out more here.

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