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CONFIRMED TRADES, DELISTINGS AND RETIREMENTS

ADELAIDE –

Outgoing: Luke Brown (retired), Ben Davis (delisted), Billy Frampton (traded to Collingwood), Andrew McPherson (delisted), James Rowe (delisted), Paul Seedsman (delisted), Brett Turner (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #5 (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #23 (traded to North Melbourne), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast)

Incoming: Izak Rankine (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #46 (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #56 (traded from Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #59 (traded from North Melbourne), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne), Future Third Round Pick (traded from Collingwood), Future Fourth Round Draft Pic (traded from Gold Coast)

BRISBANE –

Outgoing: Thomas Berry (traded to Gold Coast), Nakia Cockatoo (delisted), Mitchell Cox (delisted), Ryan Lester (delisted), Connor McFadyen (delisted), Dan McStay (Free agent to Collingwood), Mitch Robinson (retired), Ely Smith (delisted), Deividos Uosis (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #15 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #21 (traded to Western Bulldogs), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded to Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #46 (traded to Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #48 (traded to Hawthorn), 2022 Draft Pick #56 (traded to Adelaide), 2023 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded to Western Bulldgs), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Western Bulldogs), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Western Bulldogs), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Hawthorn)

Incoming: Josh Dunkley (traded from Western Bulldogs), Jack Gunston (traded from Hawthorn), Conor McKenna (free agent), 2022 Draft Pick #21 (traded from GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (free agency compensation pick), 2022 Draft Pick #36 (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #38 (traded from Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #48 (traded from Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #55 (traded from Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #56 (traded from Gold Coast), 2023 Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Geelong), 2023 Second Round Draft Pick (traded from GWS), 2023 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Geelong), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Western Bulldogs), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Western Bulldogs), Future Fourth Round Pick (traded from Adelaide)

 

CARLTON –

Outgoing: Will Hayes (delisted), Liam Jones (free agent to Western Bulldogs), Oscar McDonald (delisted), Jack Newnes (delisted), Luke Parks (delisted), Will Setterfield (traded to Essendon), Liam Stoker (delisted), Tom Williamson (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #68 (traded to Essendon), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Blake Acres (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #49 (free agency compensation pick), Future Fourth Round Pick (traded from Essendon)

 

COLLINGWOOD –

Outgoing: Callum Brown (delisted), Tyler Brown (delisted), Isaac Chugg (delisted), Brodie Grundy (traded to Melbourne), Oliver Henry (traded to Geelong), Jack Madgen (delisted), Liam McMahon (delisted), Cooper Murley (delisted), Caleb Poulter (delisted), Jordan Roughead (retired), 2022 Draft Pick #40 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #41 (traded to Hawthorn), 2022 Draft Pick #50 (traded to Hawthorn), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to GWS), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Adelaide)

Incoming: Billy Frampton (traded from Adelaide), Bobby Hill (traded from GWS), Daniel McStay (free agent from Brisbane), Tom Mitchell (traded from Hawthorn), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded from Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #27 (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #43 (traded from GWS)

ESSENDON –

Outgoing: Cody Brand (delisted), Tom Cutler (delisted), Josh Eyre (delisted), Aaron Francis (traded to Sydney), Brayden Ham (delisted), Tom Hird (delisted), Michael Hurley (retired), Garrett McDonagh (delisted), Devon Smith (retired), Alec Waterman (delsited), 2022 Draft Pick #37 (traded to Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #42 (traded to Sydney), Future Fourth Round Draft Pck (traded to Carlton)

Incoming: Will Setterfield (traded from Carlton), Sam Weideman (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #37 (traded from Sydney), 2022 Draft Pick #54 (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #68 (traded from Carlton), 2022 Draft Pick #72 (traded from Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Sydney),

FREMANTLE –

Outgoing: Blake Acres (traded to Carlton), Connor Blakely (delisted), Mitch Crowden (delisted), Rory Lobb (traded to Western Bulldogs), Griffin Logue (traded to North Melbourne), Lloyd Meek (trade to Hawthorn), David Mundy (retired), Darcy Tucker (traded to North Melbourne), Joel Western (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #13 (traded to Melbourne), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded to Melbourne), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Hawthorn), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Melbourne), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to North Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast)

Incoming: Josh Corbett (traded from Gold Coast), Luke Jackson (traded from Melbourne), Jaegar O’Meara (traded from Hawthorn), 2022 Draft Pick #30 (traded from Western Bulldogs), 2022 Draft Pick #44 (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #67 (traded from Melbourne), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Western Bulldogs), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Carlton), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Hawthorn)

 

GEELONG –

Outgoing Luke Dahlhaus (retired), Francis Evans (delisted), Shaun Higgins (retired), Quinton Narkle (delisted), Joel Selwood (retired), Cooper Stephens (traded to Hawthorn), Nick Stevens (delisted), Paul Tsapatolis (delsited), Zane Williams (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #18 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Draft Pick #38 (traded to Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #48 (traded to Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #55 (traded to Brisbane), 2023 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), 2023 Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast)

Incoming: Jack Bowes (traded from Gold Coast), Tanner Bruhn (traded from GWS), Oliver Henry (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Draft Pick #7 (traded from Gold Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded from Brisbane)

GOLD COAST –

Outgoing: Jack Bowes (traded to Geelong), Matt Conroy (delisted), Josh Corbett (traded to Fremantle), Oleg Markov (delisted), Jez McLennan (delisted), Patrick Murtagh (delisted), Rhys Nicholls (delisted), Izak Rankine (traded to Adelaide), Rory Thompson (retired), 2022 Draft Pick #7 (traded to Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #25 (traded to Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #32 (traded to St Kilda), 2022 Draft Pick #36 (traded to Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #46 (traded to Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #56 (traded to Brisbane), Future Fourth Round Pick (traded to Adelaide)

Incoming: Thomas Berry (traded from Brisbane), Ben Long (traded from St Kilda), 2022 Draft Pick #5 (traded from Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #46 (traded from Brisbane), 2023 Round Two Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane), Future Third Round Pick (traded from Adelaide), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Geelong), Future Fourth Round Pick (traded from Adelaide), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from St Kilda)

GWS –

Outgoing: Jarrod Brander (delisted), Tanner Bruhn (traded to Geelong), Matt De Boer (retired), Bobby Hill (traded to Collingwood), Jacob Hopper (traded to Richmond), Zach Sproule (delisted), Jake Stein (delisted), Tim Taranto (traded to Richmond), 2022 Draft Pick #3 (traded to North Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #12 (traded to West Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #21 (traded to Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #40 (traded to Collingwood), Draft Pick #44 (traded to Melbourne), 2023 Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Port Adelaide)

Incoming: Toby Bedford (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #1 (traded from North Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #12 (traded from Richmond), 2022 Draft Pick #15 (traded from Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #18 (traded from Geelong), 2022 Draft Pick #19 (traded from Richmond), 2022 Draft Pick #43 (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Draft Pick #53 (traded from Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #57 (traded from Port Adelaide), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Collingwood)

HAWTHORN –

Outgoing: Jackson Callow (delisted), Connor Downie (delisted), Jack Gunston (traded to Brisbane), Kyle Hartigan (delisted), Daniel Howe (delisted), Ben McEvoy (retired), Seamus Mitchell (delisted), Tom Mitchell (traded to Collingwood), Jaegar O’Meara (traded to Fremantle), Tom Phillips (delisted), Jake Saunders (delisted), Liam Shiels (retired), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Karl Amon (free agency from Port Adelaide), Lloyd Meek (traded from Fremantle), Cooper Stephens (traded from Geelong), 2022Draft Pick #41 (traded from Collingwood), 2022 Draft Pick #48 (traded from Brisbane), 2022 Draft Pick #51 (traded from Collingwood), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane)

MELBOURNE –

Outgoing: Oskar Baker (delisted), Toby Bedford (traded to GWS), Mitch Brown (retired), Majack Daw (retired), Jayden Hunt (free agent to West Coast), Luke Jackson (traded to Fremantle), Fraser Rosman (delisted), Sam Weideman (traded to Essendon), 2022 Draft Pick #27 (traded to Collingwood), 2022 Draft Pick #33 (traded to Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #43 (traded to Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #44 (traded to Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #53 (traded to Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #54 (traded to Essendon), 2022 Draft Pick #67 (traded to Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #72 (traded to Essendon), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Western Bulldogs), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Western Bulldogs)

Incoming: Brodie Grundy (traded from Collingwood), Lachie Hunter (traded from Western Bulldogs), Josh Scache (traded from Western Bulldogs), 2022 Draft Pick #13 (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #27 (traded from Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #37 (traded from Essendon), 2022 Draft Pick #44 (traded from GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #52 (free agency compensation), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle)

NORTH MELBOURNE –

Outgoing: Jed Anderson (delisted), Atu Bosenavulagi (delisted), Kyron Hayden (delisted), Jason Horne-Francis (traded to Port Adelaide), Kyron Hayden (delisted), Tom Lynch (retired), Matt McGuinness (delisted),Jared Polec (delisted), Kayne Turner (delisted), Josh Walker (delisted), Patrick Walker (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #1 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #59 (traded from Adelaide), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Adelaide), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Port Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Griffin Logue (traded from Fremantle), Darcy Tucker (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #2 (traded from West Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #3 (traded from GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #23 (traded from Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #40 (traded from West Coast), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Fremantle)

PORT ADELAIDE –

Outgoing: Karl Amon (free agent to Hawthorn), Martin Frederick (delisted), Robbie Gray (retired), Sam Mayes (delisted), Steven Motlop (retired), Taj Schofield (delisted), Sam Skinner (delisted), Dylan Williams (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #8 (traded to West Coast), 2022 Draft Pick #27 (traded to Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #53 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #57 (traded to GWS), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded to North Melbourne), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to West Coast), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to West Coast), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to West Coast)

Incoming: Jason Horne-Francis (traded from North Melbourne), Junior Rioli (traded from West Coast), Draft Pick #27 (free agency compensation pick), 2022 Draft Pick #33 (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #43 (traded from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #43 (traded from Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #53 (traded from Melbourne), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded from Port Adelaide), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from GWS), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from North Melbourne)

RICHMOND –

Outgoing: Jake Aarts (Delisted), Josh Caddy (retired), Riley Collier-Dawkins (delisted), Shane Edwards (retired), Kane Lambert (retired), Will Martyn (delisted), Matthew Parker (delisted), Sydney Stack (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #12 (traded to GWS), 2022 Draft Pick #19 (traded to GWS)

Incoming : Jacob Hopper (traded from GWS), Tim Taranto (traded from GWS)

ST KILDA –

Outgoing: Jarryn Geary (retired), Dan Hannebery (retired), Darragh Joyce (delisted), Dean Kent (retired), Jarrod Lienert (delisted), Ben Long (traded to Gold Coast), Paddy Ryder (retired), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Gold Coast)

Incoming: Zaine Cordy (free agent from Western Bulldogs), 2022 Draft Pick #32 (traded from Gold Coast)

SYDNEY –

Outgoing: James Bell (delisted), Josh Kennedy (retired), Sam Naismith (delisted), Barry O’Connor (delisted), Colin O’Riordan (retired), Ben Ronke (delisted), Callum Sinclair (retired), Lewis Taylor (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #37 (traded to Essendon), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded to Essendon)

Incoming: Aaron Francis (traded from Essendon), 2022 Draft Pick #42 (traded from Essendon)

WEST COAST –

Outgoing: Hugh Dixon (delisted), Tom Joyce (delisted), Josh Kennedy (retired), Zac Langdon (delisted), Patrick Naish (delisted), Jackson Nelson (delisted), Jack Redden (retired), Junior Rioli (traded to Port Adelaide), Zane Trew (delisted), Isiah Winder (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #2 (traded to North Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #40 (traded to North Melbourne)

Incoming: Jayden Hunt (free agent from Melbourne), 2022 Draft Pick #8 (traded from Port Adelaide), 2022 Draft Pick #12 (traded from GWS), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Port Adelaide), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Port Adelaide)

WESTERN BULLDOGS –

Outgoing: Louis Butler (delisted), Zaine Cordy (Free agent to St Kilda), Josh Dunkley (traded to Brisbane), Lachie Hunter (traded to Melbourne), Stefan Martin (retired), Charlie Parker (delisted), Josh Schache (traded to Melbourne), Mitch Wallis (delisted), 2022 Draft Pick #30 (traded to Fremantle), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded to Brisbane), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded to Fremantle)

Incoming: Liam Jones (Free agent from Carlton), Rory Lobb (traded from Fremantle), 2022 Draft Pick #21 (traded from Brisbane), Future First Round Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane), Future Second Round Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane), Future Third Round Draft Pick (traded from Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Melbourne), Future Fourth Round Draft Pick (traded from Brisbane)

It’s wilder than you can imagine. DAMIEN CHAZELLE and the cast of BABYLON; BRAD PITT, MARGOT ROBBIE, DIEGO CALVA, JEAN SMART, JOVAN ADEPO, LI JUN LI and TOBY MAGUIRE, take us behind the scenes of their timeless Hollywood epic.

Paramount Pictures Presents

A Marc Platt / Wild Chickens / Organism Pictures Production

A Damien Chazelle Film

“BABYLON”

OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS

From Damien Chazelle, BABYLON is an original epic set in 1920s Los Angeles led by Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva, with an ensemble cast including Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and Jean Smart.

A tale of outsized ambition and outrageous excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of unbridled decadence and depravity in early Hollywood.

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY

Damien Chazelle 

PRODUCED BY

Marc Platt, p.g.a., Matthew Plouffe, p.g.a., Olivia Hamilton, p.g.a.   

EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY

Michael Beugg, Tobey Maguire, Wyck Godfrey, Helen Estabrook, Adam Siegel  

STARRING

Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, P.J. Byrne, Lukas Haas, Olivia Hamilton, Tobey Maguire, Max Minghella,

Rory Scovel, Katherine Waterston, Flea, Jeff Garlin, Eric Roberts, Ethan Suplee, Samara Weaving, Olivia Wilde

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BABYLON

JANUARY 19

EXCLUSIVE TO CINEMAS

Blackmagic Design today announced that 16 year old Australian filmmaker Jessica Nipperess’ “Devil Bean” horror comedy short was shot on Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K digital film camera. The film was screened as part of The American Pavilion’s Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

Nipperess, who at 15 was the film’s director, cinematographer and editor, is one of the youngest filmmakers to have a film screened at the showcase. The now high school senior has already won a number of global film festival awards for “Devil Bean” and her other previous short films, including recognition from Tropfest Australia, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Screen It, Focus on Ability Film Festival and FlickerUp, as well as winning Best High School Production at the 2022 WorldFest Houston International Film Festival.

“Devil Bean” shows the diabolical results of a father getting the perfect coffee machine at Christmas. After using it, his picture perfect family is torn apart as their dad’s addiction spirals out of control.

Following being awarded a $5,000 Arts Restart Grant from the New South Wales government to create “Devil Bean,” Nipperess began working with her mentor, author and filmmaker Cadance Bell, who helped her make the decision to use the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.

Nipperess explained: “I have always wanted to be a storyteller. It is hard wired in me, along with the push to gain filmmaking skills through hands on experience and self learning.

“For me, this film represents a massive personal and creative journey. I’ve learned and acquired so many new skills through the process of making this film, while also creating a hilarious and bittersweet short. The Pocket Cinema Camera was a big part of making this possible.”

Paying homage to films from the 1930s such as “Reefer Madness,” Nipperess was looking to create a mix of overexaggerated humor and the feeling of being infiltrated by a supernatural force. Dramatic changes in color and shading also play important roles as the happy family spins out of control. The Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, which she was using for the first time, gave Nipperess the dynamic range, low light capabilities and ease of use to get the images she needed and the confidence that no shot was out of the question.

“This idea of infiltration would become my main focus: a collision of the modern white picket fence fairytale that the family represents with gaudy cult classic horror conventions that the coffee machine represents. I picked up the Pocket and jumped right in,” Nipperess explained.

“Right away I loved the camera’s low light capabilities. Especially since I did not have a lot of money for lighting, and between high school and COVID, I had to shoot when time allowed. I definitely could not wait for magic hour lighting. I knew the Pocket could actually give me the ability to shoot and then build on the image in post,” she continued.

The Pocket Cinema Camera 4K’s high dynamic range helped save the pivotal Christmas morning scene where the family gathers in the living room to open the new coffee machine/demon. Nipperess had everything set to shoot the scene, but the light coming in from the window was not bright enough.

“For the scene to work, the window over the heads of the happy family should be overexposed. But I did not have the time or resources to delay the shoot, which was fine because I knew the Pocket would get me the details I needed with the leeway to get the image to where I wanted in post,” she said.

“The camera was so easy to learn and let me be as creative as my story telling needed to be. As a young filmmaker, being able to use the same camera that Hollywood uses was a big part in the success of ‘Devil Bean,’” Nipperess concluded.

This week Dave Griffiths spoke to Jessica Nipperess about Devil Bean – take a listen below: