Latest Press Releases


Star Observer – Unsound Review


IF Magazine – Aussie titles dominate the box office

FilmInk – UNSOUND – Breaking Boundaries in Selected Cinemas Nationally from 11 February

Spring 2021 ScreenCraft Film Fund Quaterfinalists


Six Prizes for AFTRS Alumni at the 2020 ATOM Awards

2020 ATOM Awards – Tertiary Industry Winners Announced

AACTA Awards – First slate of nominees announced for the 2020 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel

Australian Writer’s Guild – Writers of Hearts and Bones, Acute Misfortune, Stateless, Total Control, The Heights, Prima Facie and Content among nominees for the 53rd Annual AWGIE Awards

Equity Diversity Committee – Diversity Spotlight: Q and A with Tsu Shan Chambers

ABCQueer on Instagram – Young, Queer and Hearing-impaired

Joy 94.9 Radio Station – Queer and Differently Abled Identity in LGBT Cinema with Directors Ian Watson and Suzanne Guacci

Star Observer – Melbourne Queer Film Festival has announced 2020 Winners

AFTRS News – The AFTRS Alumni Films to see at Melbourne Queer Film Festival

Time Out – Melbourne Queer Film Festival

Channel 7 – The Daily Edition – Paula Duncan and Jessica Orcsik’s mission to bring diversity to the big screen.

Create NSW – Interview with 2020 Mardi Gras Film Festival Director Lisa Rose

FilmInk – New Music from Christine Anu ‘Colours of Your Life’ & ‘Love Symphony’ Out Today

AFTRS News – AFTRS Alumni at Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival

FilmInk – We’re Stories in Every Colour


IF Magazine – Nominees announced for 2019 Casting Guild of Australia Awards

Cinema Australia – World Premiere for Ian Watson’s Unsound

IF Magazine – A deaf trans man and a musician find love in ‘Unsound’.

IF Magazine – Reece Noi and Yiana Pandelis find love in ‘Unsound’

FilmInk – UNSOUND calls Action

Manly Daily – Peninsula plays star role


Screen Hub – Ones to Watch – building the future one detail at a time

IF Magazine – SPA unveils 2018’s Ones To Watch

Optometry Association Australia – Optometrist nominated for web series awards heads to LA


IF Magazine – Aussie short Tragic Enough picks up two gongs at World Film Awards

The Carousel – Australian Domestic Violence Short Film Wins Awards

Femail – Tragic Enough

Optometry Association Australia – Eyes on the Prize

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