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The community may not care about kids' TV on the FTA channels, but the industry sure does. Can it make a difference?
BBC Worldwide may not be a titan, but it does look like a very, very smart deal for the BBC and UK television.
From Darwin to Footscray, change is afoot in numerous organisations, including the craft, screen and festival sectors.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival may be new and small, but it is bound to grow. Here are some winners.
Baby Driver roars out in a high octane push from a modest budget. The arthouse gang is near the end of its run.
There are still some excellent sessions available at ACMI's Series Mania. Including local productions, and comedy.
Pulse arrives but does run screaming around the ward. Then again, the reviews were not kind.
Scandi-fest, MIFF overload, Adelaide conference and a pair of lovely indy films - Our Time will Come and It Comes at Night.
Among the Australian films at MIFF 2017, no less than seven low budget features investigate the liberating power of poverty.
Hounds of Love pant into to Brisbane and Adelaide, while we turn out to be more sexist than the US.
Nine pips Seven after its overwhelming tide of carnage driven by hugely muscled gym beasts. Cleverman is looking pretty poorly.
The ABC's production and broadcast figures are in free fall, having gone down for the last four years.
Ali's Wedding and Australia Day now front up in the serious but accessible contemporary issues stakes in a regional WA town.
A flurry of festivals, some television genius at ACMI, and Adelaide's Media Resource Centre all glow with possibilities.
History has a new head of the National Film and Sound Archive.
We really need Ali's Wedding to cheer us up. The current numbers are tuba rather than trumpet.
The commercial FTA channels are now in the open as the stranglers of the Magic Pudding of kids' TV. Will they listen to the alternatives? Not so far...
The Cairnes brothers approach to horror is simple, assured, and gets to the guts of the matter. We dare you to take the same path.
We are not content producers, we are creative entrepreneurs, and The Dressmaker proves the point says Sue Maslin.
Eliminating the delay in access to episodes has made the HBO series part of shared media culture that transcends national boundaries.
Determined to transform the tough combo of business and arts, David Court and co open their own business school.
Before cameras even begin to roll, female characters suffer sexism in how they are described on the pages of screenplays. What can we do to improve this?
The epic becomes the intimate in Christopher Nolan's symphonic account of endurance and survival during the Dunkirk evacuation.
Stepping into the world of competitive poultry fanciers, this documentary couldn’t be more sincere and affectionate.
Everyone's favourite web-slinger returns, tackling potential superhero fatigue by thinking small, not big.
Tackling difficult subject matter, this confrontational drama offers an assured, commandingly acted powder keg of emotions.
A personal, illuminating portrait of a star struggling to reconcile living her dream existence and being herself.
A superhero origin story infused with the spirit of feminist adventure, and told with smarts, heart, and a different point-of-view
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