Creative Content Australia is committed to raising awareness about the value of screen content, role of copyright and impact of piracy. We commission regular independent research, create free online curriculum-linked education resources for Australian schools and produce consumer campaigns. Read more

News & Resources

Content Café

Keep up to date with all the latest copyright news on Content Cafe.

CCA RESEARCH REPORTS

Creative Content Australia’s research into the behaviour of Australians aged 12-64 in regard to screen content piracy.

Say No to Piracy

An industry campaign that celebrates Australian creativity in the screen industries, shows the vast array of behind-the-scenes professionals it takes to make screen content and highlights some of the best Australian films and TV shows of recent years.

INCOPRO 2018 Research

New research shows that court-ordered site blocks, year-on-year, led to a 25% reduction in piracy overall and a 53% reduction in use of the online pirate sites subject to a blocking order.

Music Copyright - What you need to know

The Music Matters campaign has just launched the first three animations in a new information series on using music in your creative output.

GET IT RIGHT…

... from a genuine site. A new 30sec campaign from the UK.

What's Copyright for?

Take 2 minutes to understand what copyright is and how it works.
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Access legitimate screen content

THE SCREEN GUIDE – FIND AUSSIE CONTENT

Use free directory The Screen Guide to find out where to watch Australian film, television and online screen titles.

The Digital Content Guide

Where to access music, film, tv, games and sport.

MOVIE TIMES

Find when and where movie are screening in Australian cinemas
Education Resources

Teaching resource - Cyber Safety: Understanding Malware

New Cyber Safety teaching resource including two short video clips, for Years 4-6

FOR TEACHERS – CLARIFYING COPYRIGHT

Develops understanding of copyright and piracy to enable teachers to promote academic integrity, good digital citizenship and responsible use of school broadband.

HOW TO MAKE A MOVIE

Concise, practical guide to making films or documentaries, with all information and pics in one place. Written by educators, includes interviews with people working in the industry.

IS IT ALL YOUR OWN WORK?

To assist primary and secondary students to navigate legal and moral requirements when using copyrighted works. Includes a stand-alone quiz based on real-life scenarios.

RABBIT-PROOF FENCE RESOURCE

An examination of sources to assist students assess the representation of history in films, reflect on opinions about the Stolen Generations and explore copyright.
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