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Australian Films Screening at Berlin International Film Festival 2008
January 2008

Profiles of Australian films screening at the Berlinale 2008.

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Australian Films Screening at Berlin International Film Festival 2008 (551 Kb)

Australian Films Screening at Toronto International Film Festival 2007
September 2007

Profiles of Australian films screening at TIFF 2007 including sales agents.

11 pages

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Australian Films Screening at Toronto International Film Festival 2007 (287 Kb)

Australian Market Screenings - Cannes 2007
May 2007

A guide to the Australian films screening at the Cannes Market in 2007, including screening times and sales contact details.

8 A4 pages

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Australian Market Screenings - Cannes 2007 (623 Kb)

Australians at KIDSCREEN 2007
January 2007

Designed to give an overview of Australian companies involved in children's programming and production . The guide includes information about projects, company contact details and expressions of interest in co-production.
40 A4 page

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Australians at Kidscreen 2007 (558 Kb)

Australians at KIDSCREEN 2008
January 2008

Designed to give an overview of Australian companies involved in children's programming and production. The guide includes information about projects, company contact details and expressions of interest in co-production.

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Australians at Kidscreen 2008 (888 Kb)

Australians at MIPCOM 2007
September 2007

Designed to give an overview of Australian companies represented at MIPCOM in 2007. The guide includes information about projects available at the market, company contact details and expressions of interest in co-production.

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AUSTRALIANS AT MiPCOM ~ Profiles of Companies Attending 2007 (731 Kb)

Distributing Australian Films: a survey of current market conditions and distributor's perceptions.
August 1999

Mary Anne Reid
1998 was a difficult year for indigenous film industries around the world. The big budget feature films of the major American producer/distributors secured a greater share than ever of box office in world markets, to the detriment of smaller indigenous film industries. There was some speculation in the international press that this was a product of The Titanic phenomenon but more in-depth commentary suggested it was a wider trend supported by the mechanics of multiplex exhibition and likely to continue. This survey was commissioned by the Marketing Branch of the Australian Film Commission in response to this perceived shift in market conditions worldwide and a relatively small box office share for the local industry in 1998.
46 A4 pages

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Distributing Australian Films (122 Kb)

More Long Shots: Australian Cinema Successes in the 90's
June 1999

Mary Anne Reid
Screen Industry, Culture and Policy Research Series
Profiles the financing, marketing and distribution of three successful Australian feature films of the mid to late 1990s - Love and Other Catastrophes, Muriel's Wedding and Kiss or Kill.

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