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All over Australia, all over the industry, all over the age groups, sexes, aspirations and wider politics, the industry is on a campaigning roll.
The UK industry is slowly working out the possible impiications of Brexit, with one useful piece of reassurance.
While Ali's Wedding holds its own, I am Not Your Negro deserves a better audience.
Fifield fends off worrying allegations about ABC as the fight for Ten rises to a frenzy. Its a busy week in media politics.
Warwick Thornton's Sweet Country takes key award at 2017 Toronto Film Festival.
Nine cracks another two percent stolen directly from Seven as The Block climbs and First Dates drops 150,000.
It is rare to find a production model which genuinely reduces risk. Here is one, working quietly in the shadows, which makes a strictly logical use of prayer.
The Make it Australian campaign is poised to launch as the turmoil grows.
Most important this week? Monday's massive Austra-wide meet to kick off the campaign to protect TV quotas and therefore jobs. Plus lots of cinema fun.
Ali's Wedding fights on, That's Not Me puts a paw on the canvas, with the Namatjira Project not really on the card.
Most titles on the SPA nominations list for its awards this year are firmly local - but the high budget mass audience shows are owned overseas.
221 projects have been supported financially to the tune of $6.1 million, with 35% first-time applicants.
Another Australian production entity is sold to an international multinational production house with an emphasis on the global stage.
Bachelor finale still leaves Ten in third place. Next step swap sexes and start again.
'its great beauty and its humanity' - Italian critics send Sweet Country off to Toronto with a lovely compliment.
'Some of the most damaging ideologies that exist are the ones that uphold the complete eradication of our history, of our culture...
Parliamentary fun as the government enacts historic changes to deregulate media ownership.
Arriflex turns a hundred and unveils a huge collection of wonderful interviews with cinematographers.
As news of Cris Jones' unexpected death spreads, his colleagues face the reality of the loss.
The key to success is simple - the right budget to match possible returns. Antony I. Ginnane wonders where that gets you.
US ticket sales are the worst in 25 years. There is thunder in the mountains but no agreement on the storm to come.
A Bond and Bourne wannabe that’s content with being generic.
Endeavouring to coast by on star power, this odd-couple action-comedy can only take bickering and shootouts so far.
A new film by Damien Power to put you right off camping in the bush.
National Theatre Live does justice to Edward Albee's classic. If only he'd been able to see it...
A rousing, affecting exploration of the consequences of coming of age while trying to overcome cultural prejudice and oppression.
The latest Apes effort proves the series is at its best when probing the moral complexities at its core.
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