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Just a day after the infamous plebiscite, the Screen Forever Awards were a special and unexpected treat.
ABC Chair defends broadcasting role, embraces indies, pushes for big data, and relishes the opportunities as the market decays.
SPA CEO Matt Deaner sets the conference agenda by talking power, to unify separate fights and scattered agendas.
From bowel-scarfing monsters to a child's loyalty, and the testosterone rush of a tribal football roar, the winners in the 2017 awards covered a lot of emotional territory.
What do we know now? What are the possible industry implications?
US market picks up while Mountain and Ali's Wedding are off the radar. But they may still be on a screen near you.
ABC is on second slot while Nine is humiliated as Family Food Fight continues to be much too staid.
We are about to find out what the ABC means by 'platform-neutral'. Is Auntie reverting to old habits in the guise of the new?
Richard Sowada is utterly immersed in the exhibition sector. It seems to be shrinking like an old balloon.
Screen composer Bryony Marks talks feelings, order, rhythm and motherhood in the screen sector.
The event will focus on bolstering the mental health and wellbeing of artists working in the performing arts and screen industries.
Stan calls on muscle in suits to retrieve a carefully crafted meme accidentally set loose to inspire a small part of the ultra-right.
Seph McKenna grew up in the US, is trained as a lawyer, and is senior executive from the Australian wing of Village Roadshow.
From a dancer as old as the rocks to a Pixar philosopher, some muscly fests and Screen Forever, a heap is happening.
David Court has been studying success and failure in the creative screen sector for a lifetime. Can his Five Fundamentals nudge you in the right direction?
The Good Doctor is doing very, very well for Seven. And still climbing.
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.
The Digital Directions Symposium in Canberra unearthed some wonderful ways of engaging users in the gallery, library, archive and museum sectors.
Let's talk about personal writing from a screen perspective. it's all about revelation, hunger and professional discipline.
What are the crucial (and entertaining) podcasts which inspire Australian film tragics? Here are some of the most substantial.
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.
Taika Waititi directs Thor’s third dedicated feature — and his addition to the fold couldn’t be more assured or entertaining.
An audacious contemporary take on Frederico Garcia Lorca's Yerma, presented by National Theatre Live and Sharmill Films.
The slick spy franchise returns, tongue still in cheek, but with repeating its past success its main aim.
The third LEGO-based movie proves jam-packed with energy, and at its best when it's nodding to real-word play.
A Bond and Bourne wannabe that’s content with being generic.
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