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DOCUMENTARY AS A PROPORTION OF AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION Documentary makes up 2-3 per cent of audiovisual production in Australia, compared to 11 per cent inNew Zealand and 21 per cent in Canada.
HOURS PRODUCED AND PRODUCTION BUDGETS Documentary production...
Through analysis of the relative performance of Australian features based on underlying works, the paper argues that there is a latent value in adapted films.
Adaptations come in all shapes and sizes from films based on books and plays to sequels and remakes. They...
This report analyses patterns of screen media consumption in Australia, helping to understand shifts in media penetration and offering insights into consumption of DVD/Blu-ray and online video.
Focusing initially on feature films, Screen Australia also released a new standardised audience metric, designed to evaluate...
This report reflects on the shaping of Australia’s national identity through its produced film content.
Its ability to tell our stories through image and sound, infused with cultural nuances, has a powerful impact on how Australians see themselves, how they see others and how...
The Producer Offset was introduced in July 2007 as part of the Australian Screen Production Incentive (ASPI), the Australian Government's package of measures to boost support for the Australian film and television industry. One of the key aims of the Offset was to assist...
This report is designed to help the industry understand its audience, and to inform anyone interested in the place that screen stories have in a modern, online Australia.
Screen Australia's draft Statement of Intent (SOI) for 2008/09 responds to the Statement of Expectations (10) 2008/09 from the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts. SOIs are formal commitments by Screen Australia to meet the expectations of Government. They are intended to enhance...
This survey report reveals increases in foreign production and co-production activity, particularly TV drama. The survey covers all Australian and co-production titles made each year, as well foreign titles if they are shot in Australia or do post, digital or visual effects (PDV) work here....
Screen Australia has released draft guidelines for comment covering development support, production financing and Indigenous programs.
Across the board the draft 2009 programs reflect Screen Australia's desire to help develop a vibrant Australian screen industry delivering quality Australian content that resonates with audiences, Fiona...
The 418 films screened in Australian cinemas in 2009 grossed $1.09 billion, making last year’s total box office the highest on record.
Of those films, 50 were Australian, accounting for $54.8 million or 5.0 per cent of the total, according to Screen Australia analysis...