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How do the Best and Outstanding categories line up at the Logies? Which production companies triumphed? Why the unicycle?
A visual journey into the life and legacy of one of Australia’s most celebrated artists.
The latest and maybe the best reinvention of the old Chinese Monkey legend from The Journey to the West comes from Australia, with New Zealand and Netflix in close attendance.
Richard Moore, former Head of Screen Culture at Screen Queensland, explores the collapse of a broad-based international film festival in Brisbane.
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Create NSW is hitting the road, pulling up a chair and sharing a cuppa with artists and arts workers, to get to the heart of matters that impact regional arts practice.
In her film Cameraperson, Kirsten Johnson confronts the sequences that challenge her understanding of her craft, her morality and the human condition.
It’s your last chance for this weekend’s INTRO TO VR in Sydney, WRITING FOR TV (10 weeks, online) starting next week, and INTERNATIONAL MARKET STRATEGY in Melbourne next Thursday, presented by Screen Producers Australia (SPA) in conjunction with AFTRS.
Arts organisations are ‘snow blind’ with demographic data that fails to explain what really makes audiences buy tickets. There is a smarter alternative.
Look carefully and you will find some powerful Australian indy films staking out a strictly limited release. And others that are hanging in.
Arts organisations will face limitations on the use of international talent under changes to visa laws.
SBS and the ABC confront each other to control the non-cookery mid to late evening. Its serious doc v prime comedy.
Top of the Lake: China Girl blasts off in a tribute for a favoured heroine at the Cannes Film Festival, while the French industry tries to clip Netflix's wings.
Counting men and women in recent Directors' Guild nomination list is a pretty crude way of making a point - but Lisa French reveals it is also instructive.
French filmmaker François Ozon delves into post-war turmoil in a delicate, probing and painterly drama.
While Easter is dominated by tentpoles and the ratings have stopped on TV, SBS movies and iView can still get you through. And Kurosawa is a month away.
Political, psychological, funny and sad – Toni Erdmann is a film of many parts.
Straddling the worlds of finance and social activism, Ian Darling has shaped theatre and art and changed the future of documentary.
Expect the expected as the highly profitable, high-octane, globe-hopping action series returns for another run.
Ambitious funding program shows Create NSW’s commitment to keeping up its services to both arts and screen.
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