Sarah Hadley

Sarah Hadley

With degrees in both cinema studies (UNSW) and theatre directing (NIDA), Sarah Hadley is a stage and screen director who makes experimental theatre and moving image works.

Last Night
In your inbox July 2

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Cloudy Rhodes

Cloudy Rhodes

Cloudy Rhodes makes intuitive films, charged with the energy of the ocean and the intensity of young, queer romance. Cloudy's short film Deluge played Sydney Film Festival this year.

New Masc
In your inbox July 9

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Tiyan Baker

Tiyan Baker

From Darwin, and now in Sydney, Tiyan Baker swoops in on moments of Western malaise and crisis in today’s pre-collapse era.

Hard as You Can
In your inbox July 15

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Conor Bateman

Conor Bateman

Conor Bateman makes video essays, writes film criticism and is managing editor of the 4:3 film publication.

Runtime
In your inbox July 22

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Jason Phu

Jason Phu

Jason Phu exhibits across Australia and beyond, making art with a storytelling sensibility to relay his parents’ stories, their religion and his own stories.

Videos for the Grandchildren I’ll Never Have
In your inbox July 29

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Talia Smith

Talia Smith

Talia Smith is an artist and curator of Pacific Island and NZ European descent. Her photography, video and installations dwell on separation across landscapes.

Tākerekere (Blacken or Make Darker)
In your inbox August 6

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James Nguyen

James Nguyen

James Nguyen makes humble work in collaboration with family and friends, telling their stories and hidden histories.

Nissen Huts
In your inbox August 13

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Gabriella Hirst

Gabriella Hirst

Living in London, Gabriella Hirst is this year’s recipient of the Ian Potter/ACMI Moving Image Commission.

Zone Rouge (The Garden and the Storm)
In your inbox August 20

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Tina Havelock Stevens

Tina Havelock Stevens

Tina Havelock Stevens is an artist and musician who won the 65th Blake Prize last year.

Come Together, Right Now
In your inbox September 10

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Alena Lodkina

Alena Lodkina

With Strange Colours in 2017, Alena Lodkina made one of Australian cinema’s most striking debuts in recent years. Her work up to date has explored the idea of individual freedom in the modern world.

Mercury
In your inbox September 17

Hannah Brontë

Hannah Brontë

Having most recently exhibited in The National at the Museum of Contemporary Art (2019), Hannah Brontë makes deeply musical video art and curates DJ nights in Brisbane.

The Sweet Suits
In your inbox September 24

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