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The Documentary Australia Foundation was established to support documentary filmmakers create films that inspire change across a broad range of issues. We do this by offering fiscal sponsorship (we award approved filmmakers Deductible Gift Recipient Status) and other support services such as quarterly workshop series to independent filmmakers to help them achieve their goals and maximise their social impact.
Search the Collections (National & ASEAN) of National Film and Sound Archive listing over 360,000 items from Australia's film, television, radio and recorded sound heritage. Some restrictions on access apply.
Run by Brooklyn based filmmaker Ryan Koo, No Film School offers solutions on how to get the most out of what you create in order to sustain a long career as a filmmaker, writer, director, producer, editor or cinematographer. They also link full scripts available to download in PDF form, usually for newer films where the screenplay has been submitted for award consideration.
ScreenSkills is the UK's industry-led skills body for screen industries: animation, film, games, television, VFX and immersive technology. They provide insight, career development and other opportunities to help grow and sustain a skilled and inclusive creative workforce.
An Australian screen magazine publishing reviews, interviews, features, news and box office reports. Publication of the weekly newspaper ceased in 2017, but the website still has an archive of 22,000 articles, including an extensive section dedicated to Australian films.
"With years of experience behind them in entertainment publishing, film journalist Andrew L. Urban and his partner Louise Keller launched Urban Cinefile in February 1997."