Leading lights of Australia’s film and TV industry from in front of and behind the camera will today urge federal politicians from all parties to act to ensure Australian stories continue to be told on Australian screens.
More than 215 prominent actors, directors, producers, screenwriters, cinematographers, editors and others working in the screen industry have put their names to an open letter to the nation's parliamentarians.
Dozens of Australia’s best-known and most successful actors, directors, screenwriters, producers and production crew – including 15 Oscar winners – have penned an open letter calling on the nation’s parliamentarians to protect the local screen industry and to act now to ensure it thrives into the future.
Some of the giants of Australian film and TV have today descended upon Parliament House in Canberra to directly lobby politicians to support the industry’s future.
Indigenous performer Shareena Clanton gave this passionate speech at the Melbourne launch of the Make It Australian campaign on September 18, 2017.
Yesterday, around the country, Australia’s screen industry united to launch the Make it Australian campaign.
Australia’s film and TV industry will come together on Monday, September 18 to launch an historic campaign for the industry’s future.