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- In March 2010, Arts Minister Peter Garrett announced the terms of reference for the 2010 Review of the Australian Screen Production Sector, with submissions invited until 29 April 2010. This is a major policy review into the effectiveness of Federal Government support measures for the industry, including the Producer Offset, and Screen Australia values your input.

The 2010 Review of the Australian Independent Screen Production Sector will examine the ongoing viability of the independent production sector.

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The Australian Government is seeking comment on the extent to which government support measures are assisting the sector to achieve screen cultural objectives. These objectives include:
- promoting the development of a sustainable independent production sector
- ensuring the creation of a diverse range of quality Australian film and television productions which appeal to audiences, and
- developing and reflecting a sense of Australian identity, character and cultural diversity.

In February and March CEO Ruth Harley hosted a series of industry forums discussing the issues and challenges facing our industry, including co-productions as part of Screen Australia's review of the Official Co-production Program.

In March 2010, Arts Minister Peter Garrett announced the terms of reference for the 2010 Review of the Australian Screen Production Sector, with submissions invited until 29 April 2010. This is a major policy review into the effectiveness of Federal Government support measures for the industry, including the Producer Offset, and Screen Australia values your input.

The 2010 Review of the Australian Independent Screen Production Sector will examine the ongoing viability of the independent production sector.

The Australian Government is seeking comment on the extent to which government support measures are assisting the sector to achieve screen cultural objectives. These objectives include:
• promoting the development of a sustainable independent production sector
• ensuring the creation of a diverse range of quality Australian film and television productions which appeal to audiences, and
• developing and reflecting a sense of Australian identity, character and cultural diversity.

In February and March CEO Ruth Harley hosted a series of industry forums discussing the issues and challenges facing our industry, including co-productions as part of Screen Australia's review of the Official Co-production Program.

View the industry forum online and read the pdf Discussion Paper and the pdf Media Release of Arts Minister Peter Garrett.

 

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