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Latest news from Industry News in 2017

09 August

Industry News

Seven Western Australian features nominated for 2017 AACTA Awards

Western Australian films have secured seven nominations for the 2017 AACTA Awards including a nomination for WHITELEY for Best Feature Length Documentary, a new category for this year’s competition.

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09 August

Industry News

Screen Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Group inaugural meeting

The Western Australian Screen Industry Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Group recently convened for the first time, embarking on their important role in leading and shaping the industry’s approach to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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09 August

Industry News

Limited seats available for GET ONLINE free Saturday event at CinefestOZ

YouTube is the largest online video platform in the world, and Daniel Stephenson, YouTube Content Partnership Manager, will be at the Get Online: How to Build an Engaged Global Audience event Saturday morning, 26 August at CinefestOZ along with Danny Philippou of the RackaRacka and Julie Kalceff, creator, writer, director and a producer of STARTING FROM NOW who will talk about their pathway to success.

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27 July

Industry News

Flickerfest 2018 entries now open

Entries for the 2018 BAFTA and Academy Award recognised winning short film festival Flickerfest are now open. Flickerfest will be held between 12-21 January 2018 in Bondi Beach, Sydney before touring the country, screening across regional and metropolitan locations around Western Australia.

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27 July

Industry News

Maya Kavanagh secures full-time position at Ridley Scott’s Scott Free after successful professional placement

Western Australian filmmaker Maya Kavanagh has secured a full-time position at Ridley Scott's production company Scott Free Films in London after a successful professional placement.

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19 July

Agency News

BELOW announced as West Coast Visions 2017 feature film

Screenwest has announced BELOW is the successful 2017 West Coast Visions project, and will receive $750,000 in production funding.

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