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Christmas Party - ADG, AWG, ACS, SPA, WIFT, AGSC, APDG & ASESydney: Friday 4th December 2015
You are invited to celebrate the end of 2015 with the Film and TV Industry at the NSW Writers' Centre, Callan Park, Rozelle. Complimentary supper provided. Bring a bottle.
2016 ADG Awards opening for submissions soonFriday 20th November 2015
ADG Proposes 50% Quota For Women DirectorsTuesday 27th October 2015
The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) has proposed a quota be set on Screen Australia Production Funding allocating 50% to projects directed by women.
The ADG has also called on state screen agencies and the ABC to support the initiative.
The ADG’s President Ray Argall said today: “The screen industry has been funded by the Federal Government for more than four decades for reasons of cultural representation, economic stimulus, and professional development and innovation.
Australian Directors Guild appointed relevant Union for consultation on 420 Visas for Screen DirectorsFriday 9th October 2015
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has appointed the Australian Directors Guild (ADG) as the relevant union to be consulted when applying for 420 Visas for foreign screen directors. This follows the ADG becoming a registered union under the Fair Work Act earlier this year.
Australian screen directors protest against Screenrights’ policy to undermine directors’ royalty paymentsTuesday 08 September 2015
The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) and Australian Screen Directors Authorship Society (ASDACS) have criticised Screenrights, the multi-million dollar organisation established to collect and distribute statutory royalty payments for film and television makers, for its recent introduction of a policy that undermines Australian and foreign screen directors entitlements to royalty payments.
Jen Peedom is well-known for her gripping, intimate portraits of people in extreme circumstances.
Her credits include the internationally renowned documentaries MIRACLE ON EVEREST, LIVING THE END and SOLO, which played in the Official Selection of major documentary festivals including IDFA and Sheffield and won numerous awards including an AFI for Best Documentary.
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Phillip Noyce was born in Griffith, New South Wales, attended high school at Barker College, Sydney, and began making short films at the age of 18, starting with Better to Reign in Hell, using his friends as the cast. At the moment Noyce is directing The Wonga Coup for producer Jeremy Thomas, from a script by Steven Knight.
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David Michôd is a writer and actor, known for Animal Kingdom (2010), The Rover (2014) and Hesher (2010).
'Animal Kingdom' changed my life. It meant for me that I didn't have to work out what movie I was going to make next. I had to work out how to work. I went from having no options to a thousand.
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Kate Dennis is known for her work on Offspring (2010), The Alice (2004) and Twisted Tales (1996). She is also a director of network, cable and premium cable television drama and comedy with pilots and episodes to her credit. Kate’s directing work includes Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Rake (series 2 & 3), Time of Our Lives, The Secret Life of Us, Twisted Tales, MDA and Rush, to name a few.
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