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01 November

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WA projects receive 30 AACTA Nominations

Western Australian projects have broken last year’s record with 30 nominations for the 2018 AACTA Awards across seven projects, including: 15 nominations in the Feature Film category for BREATH, JIRGA and 1%; 12 nominations in the Television category for MYSTERY ROAD; and 3 nominations in the Short Form category for SMALL TOWN HACKERS, JUDAS COLLAR and iRONY.

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15 November

Industry News

There’s a new film festival in town: The Uni Goonies Film Festival 2018

The Uni Goonies Film Festival is on this weekend on Saturday, 17 November 2018 at the WA State Theatre Library.

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13 November

Industry News

Costume Department Attachment on Feature Film

A Costume Department Attachment opportunity is available through the Screenwest Crew Attachment Program on an upcoming feature film. Applications close Wednesday, 12 December 2018 at 5:00pm WST.

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08 November

Industry News

Production Accountant Attachment on Feature Film

A Production Accountant Attachment opportunity is available through the Screenwest Crew Attachment Program on an upcoming Western Australian feature film. Applications close Wednesday, 12 December 2018 at 5:00pm WST.

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01 November

Screenwest News

Screenwest supports WA filmmakers with disability

Screenwest, in partnership with DADAA, proudly supported THE OTHER FILM FESTIVAL, held last month at DADAA’s Fremantle cinema.

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01 November

Industry News

EVENT: The Post Production Supervisor – A Guided Discussion

Join host Kim Lord at Fielder Street Creative 7:30pm on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 for a guided discussion with Post Production Supervisors David Birrell and Roz Silverstrin.

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01 November

Screenwest News

Applications open for Initiate: Introductory Filmmaking Workshop 2018

AFTRS, in partnership with Screenwest and DADAA is offering an introductory filmmaking workshop for emerging creatives from diverse backgrounds (CaLD, LGBTQIA+, living with a disability and/or low socio-economic).

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