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A reel announcing all Brilliant Stories and Brilliant Careers recipients, plus a selection of high resolution photography will be available from the Screen Australia News Room from 12 July.Follow the conversation on Twitter: @Screen Australia and #Gender Matters THE ELEMENTALS 8 x 30 min Snap Pants Productions Genre Action adventure, Comedy Producers Diana Glenn, Katherine Stewart, Jane Harber, Andrew Walker Director Sian Davies Writers Diana Glenn, Katherine Stewart, Jane Harber Synopsis Three washed up, co-dependent ex superheroes living in a share house wrestle with their responsibilities to save the planet and their desire to do very little.
It’s now time for action,” said Screen Australia Chief Operating Officer, Fiona Cameron.Her decision leads to the publication of ‘The Female Eunuch’ which cements her place in the history books as a mother of modern feminism.JUMPER 6 x 30 min Porchlight Films Genre Comedy Producers Tanya Phegan, Sylvia Warmer Executive Producers Anita Sheehan, Vincent Sheehan, Liz Watts Writer/Director Kacie Anning Synopsis A big-hearted comedic underdog sports series where a working class university student forms a jump rope team to protest the repeal of free tertiary education in 1980’s Australia.The Australian Government has today revealed the 58 recipients of Screen Australia’s Gender Matters: Brilliant Stories and Brilliant Careers, marking the largest cohort of projects funded in a single day in the agency’s history.A combined 45 story ideas and 13 industry projects led by Australian women will share in more than $3 million of funding.Mentorship and training applicant and renowned producer Imogen Banks (), will address the lack of new female voices coming into the TV industry by taking 12 uncredited female writers through the process of developing a series with Smart for a Girl – ROAR.
Another successful application is The Causeway Forward, from the production company behind Jennifer Kent’s s Jennifer Peedom are just some of the representatives from Australian Directors Guild attachment proposal with Gender Careers for Screen Practitioners - a two-year plan to place female directors in the feature film and television space.
The disparity is most notable in traditional film with just 32% of women working as producers, 23% as writers and only 16% as directors.
Brilliant Stories and Brilliant Careers are part of the broader $5 million Gender Matters program, with the aim to ensure Screen Australia’s production funding is targeted to creative teams that are at least 50% female by the end of 2018.
Things heat up with the emergence of a new uber villain and news that they are about to lose their government superhero payouts.
FALLOUT 6 x 1 hr Film Art Media Genre Drama Producer Charlotte Seymour Executive Producer Sue Maslin Writer Jane Allen, Stuart Page Synopsis The decline of an ageing parent is the catalyst for a complex drama series around love, loss and shifting loyalties and the discovery that sometimes those closest to you are the greatest strangers of all.
The business development concept already has director Julie Kalceff and story producer Rosie Lourde attached.