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The current campaign about power, abuse and behaviour on set is a great trigger to get the industry house in order. So, seminars..
A deal with New Regency symbolises the chance of a breakout to larger projects for See-Saw, which has always picked its partners extremely carefully.
Australians do well at Berlin, and the first two names have been confirmed, with more to come. Unless something has gone dreadfully wrong.
Lexus competition, Swinging Safari, The Shape of Water, Sweet Country, That's Not My Dog - diversity takes over as the grown-ups regress.
There's a lot more to this year's figures than the lightsaber menace, including a quick thought on gay films in Australia.
Only one man keeps enough data to tell the real truth about overseas Australian releases each year. Antony I. Ginnane has the figures for 2017.
Eminent and detached Charles Darwin University legal expert Ken Parish reflects on the Craig McLachlan/Dr Blake industry dilemma.
Change is afoot in the Producer Documentary program at Screen Australia, and there could be some grinding of teeth.
Sundance runs the ultimate range of the Australian viewpoint, from a feminist Shakespeare to an Indigenous western.
The Culture Cycle is a new series that asks whether Australia’s arts and cultural sector looks like Australia.
The very last article for 2017, with some final goodies.
Will the new version of Romper Stomper provoke moral outrage? We don't know yet, but we can interview the man behind the original idea.
A state-of-the-art European cinema content delivery system collides with the NBN but it's still better than snail mail.
Measure your passions against the rest of us. Did you see the faves? Will you find them on VOD?
Workshops, global connections, diversity, regional development, gender matters - Enterprise projects reflect the preoccupations of the screen bureaucracy.
Trying to build a career? Creative but too smart to try being a key creative? Just want to be vital to the sector? Here you go...
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.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2017.
Until now, executive men have largely closed ranks and protected the perpetrators of abuse, harassment and assault against women colleagues.
Bathe in twenty of the best Australian compositions for film, chosen by Andrew Urban, based on the winners of the Screen Music Awards. Lots of clips!
The 2016-17 drama report is all about consistency, but the detail reveals some subtly significant changes.
The users of national collections are more than users - they have the political power to save and resource the system.
A powerful re-mapping of the history of colonial and First Peoples interaction eclipses Reihana's career.
The latest instalment in the space saga boasts visual and emotional smarts, even when it's treading water.
A disquieting television reprisal that has life imitating art imitating life in a story of modern identity, anger and fear.
Powerhouse Museum’s summer exhibition delights at any age with its immersive digital playground too fun to leave to just the kids.
The superhero team-up film gets the DC gang together in a routine, choppy and dull fashion.
The first of his Dark States series is Heroin Town, in which Louis visits Huntington, West Virginia, a place where statistics state one in four people are addicted to opiates.
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