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There's a lot of fuss and bother about Cannes this year, as it stoutly resists change behind a barricade of strange legislation.
The Square is nearly dead, Isle of Dogs won't last, The Party is enticing, while Loveless brings a Russian chill.
Vincent McMurray was an unusual compulsive collector of cinema memorabilia, who was hugely loved despite his defects. Now his vast hoard is up for sale.
The first images for the Ladies in Black film reveal a story embedded in a time and place when the modern version of Australia was about to explode.
Screen Producers Australia looks for feedback on its draft of the Screen Industry Code on Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment.
To grow your business, think like a doctor or lawyer. What is more, their model is intergenerational. Industry thinker Dr David Court issues a challenge.
Commercial television is hammering to reduce the amounts of drama etc it is compelled to run. But spiralling sports costs are a much bigger problem.
Two charming films are dying quickly at the box office, although Peter Rabbit is still stealing a lot of lettuce.
Major changes for MSO, Playwriting Australia, Queensland Theatre, Canberra Glassworks, Voiceworks Magazine, and more.
It's an ace weekend for great animation, with some horror to scare the faithful and The Party and [fleetingly] Nick Cave in glorious black and white
Shorts haven the St Kilda Film Festival is laying out the goodies for this year. Can wildman David Batty cope with the attention?
Senator Hanson-Young, not even in the government, finally gets some meaningful expenditure figures out of the ABC. There's bad, there's odd and there's hopeful.
Cut short too early, Linda Klejus's personal and professional life rang with the love and pain of a woman who was truly alive.
The Victorian Labor government puts almost $40m into transforming ACMI, in its last budget before an election. The redevelopment will be major, closing ACMI for nine months.
From Mountain to Jungle, Sunshine to Cold Hearts the Directors' Guild has a bumper crop for the 2018 awards.
AFTRS grows its online resources with lessons for primary and secondary school teachers.
For any artist, the sting of criticism is inevitable. Here’s how to distinguish when it’s useful, how to handle it, and when to ignore it.
The #MeToo movement has revealed the widespread extent of sexual harassment, and brought down comedy legends like Louis CK. What impact will it have on the comedy industry as a whole?
Screen producer Sue Maslin and journalist Tracey Spicer discuss the #metoo and #timesup campaigns, and where next for the fight against sexual harassment in Australia.
A series of personal and transformative documentaries told by LGBTIQ filmmakers will screen on ABC iview this Sunday to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
ArtsHub sat down this week with NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin in a checklist conversation that tackled funding, priorities and vision.
Tired of big budget, big tech talk when it comes to innovation? Then start with old fashioned talking: it's proving the best cut-through for future-proofing organisations.
Resilient Brits, a holidaying heroine and heightened emotions combine in this warm but undemanding romantic mystery.
17 years after the first comic cop effort, this stretched sequel proves a dire rehash.
Based on the titular party game, this teen horror effort starts with a parade of clichés and continues in the same fashion.
This monster mash lurches through its cartoonish carnage, relying heavily upon Dwayne Johnson’s charms.
Steven Spielberg’s VR-set pop culture onslaught packages ‘80s nostalgia for quick, easy, shiny consumption, but fails to engage.
The first mainstream romantic comedy with a gay teenage protagonist, this heartfelt effort charms despite its evident formula.
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