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Screen Production - Subject Guide


Selected Screen Production Websites

ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image)

American Film Institute - Includes the AFI Catalogue, the most authoritative filmographic database on the web.

All Movie Guide - Ratings and descriptions for feature movies and documentaries, including cross-referenced indexing of the films.

ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) - Statutory authority responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications in Australia

Australasian Cinema - An extensive filmography of Australasian films, compiled by Dr Garry Gillard

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA)

Australian Film Institute (AFI)

BFI (British Film Institute)

Cinephilia - A Melbourne-based film review site for independent productions, reviews of latest releases and includes a searchable archive.

Classic Australian Television - Australian television drama from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, which has information, history, episode details and interviews from classic Australian television series.

Dark Horizons - News, images, clips of current and upcoming blockbuster films.

Drew's Script-O-Rama - Full-text of over 10,000 movie scripts, transcripts, screenplays and teleplays since 1995.

Filming Revolution - This digital project from Stanford University investigates documentary and independent filmmaking in Egypt since the Egyptian Revolution began in 1911.

Internet Archive's Moving Image Archive

Internet Movie Database (IMDb) - Extensive international film database, includes credits, cast, reviews, plot summaries and box office.

NASS - National Academy of Screen and Sound

NFSA (National Film and Sound Archive)

Screen Australia - the key Federal Government direct funding body for the Australian screen production industry.

ScreenWest - Western Australia's screen funding and development agency.


The following website provides the official source of Television Audience Measurement (TAM) in Australia for subscription TV