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Inside the AACTA Studio

20 December 2022 NIDA alumni Catherine Martin, Bojana Novakovic and Tuuli Narkle share industry insights on INSIDE THE AACTA STUDIO, which premiered on Saturday, 3 December on FOXTEL. Hosted by Gretel Killeen, the one-hour special features candid and intimate discussions with a select group of 2022 AACTA winners and nominees as they reflect on their performances and experiences making this year’s acclaimed productions.

Catherine Martin wins Best Costume and Best Production Design in Film- 2022 AACTA Awards

12 December 2022 "Wow. A lifetime achievement award! And to be reminded of all those wonderful, talented people I’ve had the extraordinary pleasure to work with. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart."

The Yellow Dress Project

15 November 2022 NIDA Costume Students piece together mystery of a 280-year-old yellow dress

AACTA Nominated Writer/Director/Actor Hannah Barlow (BFA Acting 2013) on NIDA and her horror comedy smash hit feature SISSY

14 November 2022 We spoke to Hannah Barlow about her NIDA experience and her new film SISSY...

Is there a place for you in this industry as a female director?

6 November 2022 Justice Jones, graduate of NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts Directing, on changing history in opera.

Les Chantery - Life in a Mid-Shot

3 November 2022 “I’ve heard it said that you need talent and luck to make it as an actor. I would add a third, persistence…”

AACTA 2022 Nominations

28 October 2022 NIDA congratulates the distinguished selection of alumni nominated for the 2022 AACTA Awards.

"The Italians", a Q&A with Danny Ball

24 October 2022 A special Q&A with alumni Danny Ball (Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting, 2016).
Danny Howard- Balnaves Scholarship recipient 2022

NIDA will award more than $900,000 of scholarships in 2023

7 October 2022 NIDA increases financial support for 2023 student intake with over 100 scholarships.
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