New Australian Documentary Feature, <i>The Last Goldfish</i> Releases October 31

New Australian Documentary Feature, The Last Goldfish Releases October 31

“Connections with the current world refugee crisis are inevitable. Watching The Last Goldfish, we can’t help but be reminded of the repercussions of displacement and just what’s involved in putting the pieces back together again.” RealTime
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The 18th Melbourne Underground Fim Festival

MUFF 18 is here and it’s a great bumper festival of mischief and mayhem from Australia’s wildest, maddest and most notorious Indy film event.
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Award List: The 19th festival des Antipodes, the annual meeting of Australian and NZ film which was held from 9 to 15th october, has closed Saturday evening in Saint-Tropez (France)

The jury lead by the Australian director Andrew Lancaster was also including the french actresses Marianne Denicourt, Caroline Proust, and the French actors Sagamore Stevenin and Manuel Blanc.
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Sydney C&SFF: Special Weekend Screenings

3 exciting movies from the Czech Republic and Slovakia to bring cheer to your weekend! PLUS Q&A with the film director Jiri Strach following the screening of his hit movie Angel of the Lord 2.
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Sweet Country leads Asia Pacific Screen Awards nominations

Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today announced the full list of nominations for this year’s Asia Pacific Screen Awards, revealing that Australia had collected a record six nods.
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Universal Pictures is delighted to announce that Joe Wright’s thrilling and inspiring film DARKEST HOUR will open the 2017 Veteran’s Film Festival, on Wednesday 18th October at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
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Stars come out for new ABC comedy Squinters

ABC and Screen Australia in association with Create NSW are pleased to announce that filming is underway in Sydney this week on Jungle’s new six-part comedy series Squintersa series that celebrates the great Aussie ritual that is the everyday work commute.
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Real Film Festival 2017

The Real Film Festival is a three-day community, arts and industry event showcasing documentaries, independent feature and short films based on true stories. The program comprises of film screenings, workshops, panel discussions, networking events and film competitions for filmmakers of all ages and experience.
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Applying for Funding from Create NSW

Next NAFA speaker is Daniel Krige, who is the Sector Investment Manager (Screen) at Create NSW.
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