It was a summer of huge success for the men’s and women’s cricket teams with both squads comprehensively winning The Ashes against The Old Enemy, but not seen from the outside was the sheer magnitude of the travel plans behind the scenes, a feat that was a victory in itself.
Stage and Screen welcomes Federal Government ‘Revive’ policy
Stage and Screen, the iconic entertainment, arts, sport, and music travel company that is essential to delivering the most incredible experiences to audiences in Australia and across the globe, has today welcomed the Federal Government’s ‘Revive’ policy – aimed at funding the arts and culture sector.
General Manager Adam Moon said the movie, TV, arts, and culture industries were in the strongest position they had ever been in and commended the $286 million investment over five years.
“The Australian screen industry has made its mark on the international stage as talented, innovative, creative, passionate and hardworking ready to take on tentpole hits, franchise and indie films, sci-fi television series, all the way through to animated family films,” Mr Moon said.
“We’re delighted to have partners like Ausfilm who work hard to help filmmakers and studios find what they need in Australia to bring stories to life, not to mention on budget and on time. They’re the gateway to our screen sector and they guide the very best in the business to Australia’s shores.
“This investment from the Federal Government will go a long way to ensuring that Australia keeps its place on the world stage as a destination for Hollywood and stage shows alike – having attracted big pictures like Elvis and musicals like Moulin Rouge in recent times.”