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Docs at the Sydney Film Festival, winning short science films, and Hounds of Love.
What do we want from Fifleld's new enquiry? Why do we have this terrible sense of deja vu? Is their hope for true reform?
Get Out has truly broken out with the Blumhouse snarl and a giggle. Can Hounds of Love get close in Australia?
The death of Roger Moore gives Nine victory for a night without The Voice.
As new conference director Alice Burgin reflects on her role, the AIDC advertises for a Partnerships and Business Development Manager.
The St Kilda Film Festival opened in a convivial social whirl as local industry experts brace for the Industry day on Saturday.
A mob of great festivals from St Kilda to outback Queensland, while AFTRS grabs iView to explore the first films of directing greats.
Unlike the international versions, the Australian online video awards shows us the state of the art as we practice it.
Heath Ledger returns to the screen in documentary mode - we see it on the big screen while the US is stick with cable.
With the budget out of the way, the ABC has its early evening mojo back, though binge watching has eroded Seven Types of Ambiguity as a weekly event.
Meet 2017 ACS Cinematographer of the Year Abraham Joffe. He is modest, inspiring and very happy.
The kids' TV sector has a heap of imagination and may have nothing to lose. This campaign is probably just the beginning.
While the full Sydney Film Festival program is ready to be looted, Melbourne animators will scheme to take advantage of Aardman heroes in a bunch of public appearances.
Who needs to go to Venice? ArtsHub previews Tracey Moffatt's work in the Australian Pavilion.
All the federal bodies providing funds to the production sector are down. But by how much?
With Emo and Whiteley in the wings, we puzzle ourselves with the fate of Pork Pie from our Tasman cousins.
Do you need to go to film school? Maybe not, but here's ten ways to turn your education into a creative screen career.
As Vimeo sends a curator to the St Kilda Film Festival, we track its recent surprising evolution into SVOD and original programming.
The frog has finally jumped out of the boiling pot and the growing crisis in kids' TV has gone public. The Greens are leading the charge.
An enquiry into content quotas, the end of the license fee, the abolition of the two out of three rule - it all adds up to the Saturday Shock as the budget looms.
Unable to create true reform from within, former Head of ABC TV calls for new government mechanisms to ensure ABC accountability to fundamental cultural policy.
The American Essentials festival doing the rounds through May is curated by Richard Sowada, as a challenge and a temptation to Australian filmmakers.
A real-life Australian case is brought to the screen with sensitivity and a stunning central performance.
An exploration of the mind, rather than the movies, of the inimitable filmmaker.
Guy Ritchie takes on the Arthurian legend with supernatural flourishes and his usual stylistic touches.
Standard in construction but not in emotion, this documentary pieces together a portrait of the Australian actor.
Ridley Scott's second Alien prequel persuasively combines big-thinking sci-fi with chest-bursting thrills.
An abundance of cute canines can’t save this mawkish, emotionally manipulative effort.
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