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MEAA is heading for conflict with the Screen Producers Association (SPA) over a key award, while a can of worms sits in the corner.
SBS offers great film and TV on demand, while the ABC parades its comedy finest.
Ridley Scott revisits his glory days and Christopher Nolan chucks a feels grenade into Brexit politics.
More Star Wars, more looting of the multiplex box office, but less than you might think.
Media World Pictures reboots the clever Dogstar universe as Xmas gets under way at Nine.
The Australian theatre company is in demand internationally. Now it's spreading its success into film.
A visionary philanthropist, a leading arts executive, and a film that began as youth theatre were honoured at this year’s Ruby Awards.
The much admired actor, whose work embraced film, stage and television, passed away on Sunday.
Imagine you could learn from a master, stroke by stroke. David Hockney now carries an iPad instead of a sketch book so you can.
The national regional arts conference Artlands was launched yesterday with a power trifecta using the occasion to launch new programs in language, tourism and film.
Censorship, rape culture, feminazis, chauvinazis. As the accusations fly we present the facts about the decision not to screen The Red PiIll.
Circus arts, acting and jewellery-making will no longer be eligible for student loans as the federal government focuses on higher education reforms.
A musical version of the award-winning Australian comedy-drama, released in cinemas in 1994, will open in Sydney next November.
Labor and Greens presented their election platforms at this week's National Debate but Arts Minister Mitch Fifield ducked and wove.
One month out from the federal election the ALP have launched a new arts policy which promises to undo the damage of the Abbott-Turnbull Government.
We wrap up Reconciliation Week with creative Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island projects that will inspire you year long
Martin Butler and Bentley Dean put their names to passionate letter signed by all the nominees for the Foreign Language Oscar.
Some gently quiet victories but no upsets for the Australians while chaos reigned at the climax.
Results for the Oscars telecasts?
Tania Nehme, the editor of Tanna, sent a lovely email to friends last week about LA just before the Oscars.
Which categories get an Australian film tragic’s heart racing for Oscars 2017? Can any of the Hacksaw Ridge, Lion and Tanna nominees win?
How to watch the Oscars streamed. And David Stratton on the big screen. And a Drone Festival in WA. Lots more as well.
As schoolyard violence enlists educators rather than pupils, a likeable cast can't salvage this chaotic comedy.
Based on a true tale, this account of addiction and animals benefits from a star turn by the titular feline as himself.
Happy to stick to a formula rather than shine in its own right, Gold's quest for glittering success largely proves dull.
The undead franchise supposedly comes to an end with an over-edited mess that offers up more of the same.
M. Night Shyamalan plunges happily into spatially constrained, plot twist-restrained, psychological-thriller territory.
In the third effort in the extreme sports meets espionage franchise, you can't teach a returning character and star new tricks.
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