Future in Retrograde: Storytelling and Inclusion on Screen
The six-part ABC TV series Retrograde – about a group of thirty-something Australians who regularly meet, drink and commiserate online during the Covid pandemic – has been one of the big Australian TV hits of 2020.
Retrograde was shot remotely in June via a series of Zoom calls between the producers, crew, and actors and has been celebrated as an…
We Are Nemeses: Talking Experimental Comedy
Vidya Rajan and Alistair Baldwin are Nemeses, a newly formed and already dysfunctional comedy duo. The pair had their Melbourne International Comedy Festival show cancelled due to the pandemic, but their toxic and unnecessary creative collaboration stops for no one!
Join Vidya and Alistair as they attempt to grab this viral moment and rise to the never-ending demands of content…
Working with Words: Ben Jenkins
We spoke with writer and producer Ben Jenkins about typing incredibly fast, leaving room for joy and writing the worst thing ever.
Working with Words: Libby Butler
We spoke with Melbourne-based screenwriter Libby Butler about Beaches, bolognaise and The Babysitters Club.
Off the Page: Writers on Screen
Off the page and onto the screen, Hollywood conjures the imagination into being … or at least, another form of imagining. This collection highlights discussions with international guests whose work engages with the screen – writing, acting, or adapting – exploring what motivates us to craft and consume stories.
Miranda Tapsell: Top End Girl
‘The Territory has never left me. It's the place I go to when I want to feel whole again.’
Actor, writer and producer Miranda Tapsell is a beloved figure of Australian screen culture. She’s a familiar face on television – with credits on Love Child, Get Krack!n, Play School, Newton’s Law, Cleverman and Wolf Creek…
Anything and everything in TV from across our archives.
‘Cloudstreet’ Takes Pride of Place
Poster of a Coffs Harbour Amateur Theatrical Society adaptation of Cloudstreet
A Perth-based fan of the Tim Winton classic Cloudstreet believes she’s narrowed the location of Tim Winton’s much-loved novel to the inner-city suburb of West Leederville. Heidi Ciriello has identified West Leederville’s Kimberley Street as the most likely location of the flaking mansion shared for two decades by the Pickles and Lambs.
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