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Risky Business

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Every shoot carries its risks, but ‘stuntys’ working in Australia are kept as safe as possible by a rigorous training and grading system, writes Karol Foyle

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Kyle Gardiner performing a stunt during the making of Fool's Gold

The courageous cast out stereotyping

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Wesley Enoch continues to break new ground with his production of a Bertolt Brecht play with an entirely Indigenous cast, writes Karol Foyle

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Ursula Yovich and Wesley Enoch rehearse QTC's Mother Courage and Her Children

 

The Casting Confidential: Live from LA

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3rd Equity Ensemble Awards - Winners announced!

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The actors who starred in a powerful, contemporary drama series about Indigenous Australians living in Redfern, a quirky comedy that follows a dysfunctional family gathering for Christmas and a miniseries that recounts the devastating effect of the James Hardie asbestos saga have won the 3rd annual Equity Ensemble Awards.

The cast members of Redfern Now, A Moody Christmas and Devil’s Dust were voted – by members of Actors Equity Australia – the winners of the 3rd Equity Ensemble Awards.

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The Equity Ensemble Awards are proudly supported by FOXTEL and ABC TV.

Diving in with both feet

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With more bravado than experience, actor Myles Pollard embarked on an ambitious multi-million-dollar project to produce his first feature film. Myles wrote about the experience for The Equity Magazine

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Sam Worthington and Myles Pollard on the set of Drift in WA

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