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Childcare workers exposed in comedy web series starring Rachel Griffiths

9 August 2016 8:34 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Comedy webseries.Little Acorns goes inside the world of that long-suffering breed: the childcare worker.

The series, which stars Rachel Griffiths, is written and directed by actors Trudy Hellier and Maria Theodorakis and funded by Screen Australia.

Hellier has appeared in the likes of The Death and Life of Otto Bloom and The Doctor Blake Mysteries, and previously wrote four episodes of TV series Lowdown. Theodorakis' credits include The Castle, Walking on Water and Holding the Man..

Little Acorns consists of nine 3-5 minute episodes, available online from September 1..

.We wanted to celebrate the world's unsung heroines, but ultimately we wanted to make a show about women behaving badly,. said Theodorakis.

.These are women we all know but rarely see on our screens. They are bold, fearless, contradictory and ridiculously funny,. said Hellier.

.We are tired of seeing women in stereotypical roles; men are having all the fun and we »

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Stephen Curry, Matt Hearn head up masterclass in Far North Queensland

2 August 2016 3:13 AM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Stephen Curry.

Port Shorts Film Festival ambassadors Stephen Curry (The Castle, The Cup), Wolf Creek Ep Matt Hearn and.screenwriter Kier Shorey (Blurred), will deliver a free workshop in Port Douglas later this month.

They will be joined by Screen Queensland production incentive and attractions Manager Gina Black and New York Film Academy Australia.s Brian Vining and Dean Mayer.

.Do you guys even bother watching the weather report up there with your balmy winter sunsets? It.s bloody freezing here in Melbourne,. Curry said.

.Coincidently, Matt, Kier and I are very excited to be involved in these workshops helping young and emerging filmmakers develop their skills and build confidence in their craft.

.To be honest I.m probably not going to be much help, but the rest of the panel really know their stuff so it should be a great opportunity for anyone interested in filmmaking to come along and pick their collective brains. »

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