MEAA condemns the use of public funds by Labor MP Michael Danby to publish attack ads, that are inaccurate and inappropriate, targeting ABC Jerusalem correspondent Sophie McNeill.
MEAA notes that McNeill is a three-time winner of a Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism – winning two of those awards in 2016 for her coverage of wars in Syria and Yemen.
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MEAA is concerned and deeply frustrated that media companies continue to treat sexual harassment and those who are brave enough to raise it with contempt.
Sheldon Wade recently won accolades for his make-up work which transformed actor Richard Roxburgh to a spitting image of corrupt ex-detective Roger Rogerson for the telemovie, Blue Murder: Killer Cop. He talks about his career in film and TV and why he’s a MEAA member.
Actors, crew, producers, writers and directors turned out in force yesterday to officially launch the Make it Australian campaign.
Australia’s film and TV industry will come together on Monday, September 18 to launch an historic campaign for the industry’s future.