Australian Directors

Australian Directors

@ADGdirectors

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The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) is a registered industry association representing the interests of film, television and...http://www.adg.org.au

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Joined on May 19, 2010

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Applications for Rideback USA placements close tomorrow

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Applications are now open for the 2019 Natalie Miller Fellowship! We invite women in the Australian screen industry to apply for our annual grant of up to $20,000.  Find out more and apply here: https://bit.ly/2IB7zZc 

Applications are now open for the 2019 Natalie Miller Fellowship! We invite women in the Australian screen industry to apply for our annual grant of up to $20,000. Find out more and apply here: https://bit.ly/2IB7zZc 

Applications for Rideback USA placements close on Friday

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Why does cultural diversity matter? / Pourquoi la diversité culturelle est-elle importante ?
👉 https://ficdc.org/fr/evenements/journee-mondiale-de-la-diversite-culturelle/ …
👉 https://ficdc.org/en/evenements/world-day-for-cultural-diversity/ …
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Why does cultural diversity matter? / Pourquoi la diversité culturelle est-elle importante ? 👉 https://ficdc.org/fr/evenements/journee-mondiale-de-la-diversite-culturelle/ … 👉 https://ficdc.org/en/evenements/world-day-for-cultural-diversity/ …

Applications open for the Natalie Miller Fellowship

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Submissions close on the 3rd June for Cinefest Oz Entry and a chance to win $100,000.

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After Election 2019, screen sector faces policy void

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Quoted @Screen_Producer

In the lead up to the 2019 election this Saturday, #MakeItAustralian wrote to the major parties – Liberal, Labor and Greens – to seek their responses to specific questions about their policy commitments for the screen industry. Read their responses here: http://ow.ly/CmSj50ue0Yw 

In the lead up to the 2019 election this Saturday, #MakeItAustralian wrote to the major parties – Liberal, Labor and Greens – to seek their responses to specific questions about their policy commitments for the screen industry. Read their responses here: http://ow.ly/CmSj50ue0Yw 

This is the Make It Australian initiative to find out the major parties views on our industry. Please read it before you vote tomorrow.

Guangzhou International Documentary Festival is calling for entries – submit your projects by 31 August: https://bit.ly/2I7iahY 

Guangzhou International Documentary Festival is calling for entries – submit your projects by 31 August: https://bit.ly/2I7iahY 

Labor's new arts policy ignores the elephant in the room | Luke Buckmaster

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New money for screen in ALP arts policy

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Election 2019: the main parties in their own words — Make It Australian

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Federal Election 2019: Labor unveils $60 million funding boost for ABC and SBS

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The Greens plan for Australian creativity

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How Do You Want to Monetise This? Lessons from Critical Role

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Peter Templeman explains why Hoodlum’s ‘Five Bedrooms’ rings true

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Abbie Cornish, Katie McGrath and Georgina Haig star in Seven’s romantic thriller

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