Australian cinema

Subject categories on this page
  1. Directors
  2. Films
  3. Jobs, industry news

Australian cinema, film and Film directors, a list of websites

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Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).

Australian Children’s Film & Television Foundation

Australian Film
an annotated bibliography.

Australian Film Commission (Screen Australia)

Australian Film Institute
Founded in 1958, the AFI is Australia’s foremost screen culture organisation. The AFI has promoted Australian film and television for 50 years, and is responsible for producing Australia’s premier film and television awards, the annual AFI Awards.
The AFI plays a central role in connecting the Australian film and television industry with audiences. The AFI holds a number of events each year, culminating in the prestigious AFI Awards in December. The AFI Awards recognise and celebrate excellence in Australian film and television production.

Australian Screen
Australia’s audiovisual heritage online. Australian Screen is a look at the Australian film and television industry, from its earliest days to the present.

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Database of Australian films, from Screen Australia.
Find information about Australian productions, and co-productions with Australia, including key cast and creatives, duration, genre, co-production partners, international sales contacts, website links and more.

Directors *

Australian film directors.
A list from Wikipedia.

Film in Australia. Australia’s Culture Portal

FilmMakers Australia
FilmMakers directory is for Australian film-makers, those involved in the industry
and those interested in Australian films.

Films/Directors
Australian film directors and Australian films, Internet Movie Database (IMDB). A searchable database of Australian films with detailed production and technical information on each.

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Adelaide Film Festival

Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)

Sydney Film Festival

Australian Film Festival

Tropfest. The World’s Largest Short Film Festival

Film festivals in Australia and New Zealand
A website list from Inside Film.

Film in Australia, an introduction.

Film Ballarat Hepburn & Beyond,
a proactive initiative to promote film and television production in regional Victoria. Filming here is backed by strong community support, easy access to locations and the advantages of co-opration between six film-friendly Councils. All this is within close proximity to Melbourne.

Film Finance Corporation, Australia.

Film internet links within Australia.

The Film and Television Institute

Films *

Australian film titles
Australian film directors and Australian films, Internet Movie Database (IMDB). A searchable database of Australian films with detailed production and technical information on each.

List of Australian films from Wikipedia.
A chronological list of Australian films by decade and year, followed by an alphabetical name listing.

Jobs, industry news *

Screen Hub
Screen Hub is the daily email news and jobs service for people working in the Australian film and television industries.

 

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New Zealand Film Web Directory

O

Open Channel, Victoria Screen Hub

Oz Cinema
A guide to the Australian film industry.

OzFilm
A site intended to provide students of film and media, and not just those interested in Australian cinema, with an extensive and valuable resource through which to study cinema in a national context.

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Participate Film Academy, Sydney.
A film school in which the whole class works on an actual feature length film, with training in all aspects of filmmaking: story development (writing), pre-production, production (acting, directing, filming), post-production (editing, sound mixing, special effects, etc.) and even marketing and distribution.

PopCorn Taxi
Independent film screenings in Sydney and Melbourne

Reviews. New movie reviews. Urban CinefIle

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Screen Australia
Screen Australia is the Commonwealth Government screen agency providing support to Australian film, television, documentary and digital media makers.

Screen Hub
Screen Hub is the daily email news and jobs service for people working in the Australian film and television industries.

Senses of Cinema
An online journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema

South Australian Film Foundation

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