5 Tips To Be A Better Runner

It's considered the entry point into the film industry for a lot of people. A great place to start to gain experience on set, observe the process in action and make contacts along the way. If you do a good job it can also be a good way to gain respect from others as most people will have done their time with the role at the start of their careers. I am of course talking about being a Runner.

The Ultimate Feminist Streaming Service Content List – Part 4

Back In Isolation With Nothing To Watch? For those currently living in Australia you would be aware of the second wave of COVID-19 currently hitting hardest in Victoria. I'm not about to get political in regards to mask-wearing and people flouting restrictions, but hopefully the next part of our curated list of female directed content …

How To Write A Directors Notes For The First Time

scripts don't often turn into films without the Director having a vision for that script. So how does that happen? Well... with Directors notes. A Directors Notes or Treatment is a document that explains your film, why you're making it and who you're making it with. So I thought it would be valuable to share some of the things I picked up during this exercise with anyone else out there who is writing a Director's Notes for the first time too.

Force of Habit – Sydney Film Festival Review

An anthology series turned feature film Force of Habit combines the work of 6 female directors and 6 different stories of women going about their everyday lives openly revealing the often hidden world of female sexual abuse, the male gaze, and power dynamics within society.