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21 September 2017
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In this issue we celebrate the launch of the new Indigenous Branch drama initiative 'Long Black', travel at a hectic pace with the Big Screen touring festival, report on SPAA Fringe, release our annual survey of feature film and TV drama production, and announce a new Broadband Cross-media Production Initiative for documentary content.

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