Are you passionate about Australian film and TV? Do you have a nose for a good story and an eye for detail? Come and work for us! We’re currently recruiting a reporter to work across our print and digital platforms.

Currently the role is four days per week, based in Sydney. To be considered, you will have at least two years’ experience in the media industry and a university degree in journalism or communications.

The Role

In this role, you will be interviewing everyone from actors, directors, writers, producers and film and TV executives. This will require a strong grasp of the Australian screen landscape. The successful candidate will immerse themselves in the industry and build a strong book of contacts with a view to generating original stories. Screen industry experience will be highly regarded.

You’ll produce copy that is clean, logical and accurate and have the ability to explain complex ideas and situations with clarity. You’ll need to be highly organised, be able to work independently and know how to juggle multiple projects and deadlines.

You will take a leading role in ensuring the website is updated daily with strong, engaging content, and are expected to contribute to IF’s other assets when needed. You’ll also act as an ambassador for the title, attending functions, events, and festivals as required in both Sydney and interstate (when restrictions lift).

We’re based in a friendly modern office located only a few steps from Glebe light rail station.

To apply

Please send a cover letter referring to the above criteria, along with your CV, to both editor Jackie Keast and publisher Mark Kuban via email:, Alternatively, if you know someone who is perfect for this role, please forward this on.

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  1. Screen Australia is a laughing stock in the industry.

    The fact that he said producers can get 50% of funding with SA investments and grants is a joke, everyone knows it. They only give grants and investments to people who tick the box and is apart of their film club.

    Yea they also have development money for scripts… and who gives notes to those writers? Screen Australia does and they have a heavy hand on everything they touch… no wonder we don’t make great films here because you have idiots with no idea telling Australian filmmakers (who are some of the best in the world) how to make their films. What a joke… SA are all penny counters and failed filmmakers telling our talent what to do and how to do it.

  2. Maybe cinemas should reach out to the public in the way theatre has to raise money at a community level to keep the lights off, but with the potential to turn back on. There must be others like me who will be desperately sad to lose cinema altogether.

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