FILMMAKING WEBSITES

The following list of websites is by no means complete,  sponsored, definitive nor unbiased. They are simply websites that we at Apocalypse Films frequent often.
Feel free to email us suggested sites here: Contact Apocalypse Films  

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No Film School
Our favourite filmmaking-related website on the web.

An amazing online wealth of filmmaking advice, news, interviews, resources and other truly great stuff.


Cinephilia and Beyond

It’s like an online, film-based museum / art gallery / encyclopedia / journal. Spend 15 minutes here and you’ll be hooked.


 Inside Film

The online presence of Australia’s most relevant filmmaking magazine. Great lists of “In production” too.


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Film Independent

Their mission is to… “mission is to champion the cause of independent film and support a community of artists who embody diversity, innovation and uniqueness of vision.”


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The Film Collaborative

They are the … “first non-profit committed to distribution education and facilitation of independent film”.


Guide to Cinematic Terms

Here’s an excellent resource to help you understand a lot of the unusual language that is used  behind-the-scenes of a film set.

(Thanks to Kira Reid for the heads up on this one!)  


SPAA – Screen Producers Association of Australia

This is the organisation that unites Australian Screen Producers – and we all need producers.


Screen Australia

Australia’s federal film funding body. They offer support for everything from development, to production, to traveling to festivals.


Film Victoria

Similar to Screen Australia, above, but Victoria’s version.

Most of the other Australian states have film funding and development organisations too; New South Wales, Queensland, South AustraliaWestern Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory,  and Canberra.


Melbourne International Film Festival

Melbourne’s prestigious international film festival, right here at home, which showcases the best in independent short and feature films. They also happen to have the best iphone app there is!


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VCA School of Film & Television

Australia’s premiere film school. 50 years old in 2015. A Faculty of the University of Melbourne.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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