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Stephen Cleary comes into a piece of the Queensland Originals program.
Screen Australia opens up another front in its campaign to change the makeup of the creative sector.
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With the loss of John Day, the veteran Minister for the Arts in the Barnett government, WA has been waiting for his replacement.
The annual speech from Screen Australia at AIDC is a chance to reflect on both the business and the state of the community.
The Guthrie announcement, says the ABC, brings long held desires for reform to the surface, but the plan is still short on detail.
Let's take the rhetoric out of Michelle Guthrie's changes to the ABC. What do they really mean?
Showcase the work of female film graduates. How cool is that?
Screen Australia releases important analysis on the key factors which link successful Australian films in the marketplace. Hint: it's not the dog.
Actors, directors and creatives of all kinds are invited to make submissions to a parliamentary enquiry about ways to help the independent screen sector grow.
As Australian filmmakers and writers continue their battle against fair use copyright laws, US advocate Patricia Aufderheide explained the practical implications of the US experience.
The Liberal Party has just organised a House of Representatives enquiry into the growth and sustainability of the Australian film and television industry.
MEAA is heading for conflict with the Screen Producers Association (SPA) over a key award, while a can of worms sits in the corner.
The 2017 AIDC conference will feature international guests and challenging projects while the very concept of truth is under attack.
Pioneering change maker Screen NSW has been dissolved into Create NSW to be and subsumed under the new minister. Is this the end of hope?
Besides headline musicians, the list includes a great production designer, an international news cinematographer, a film festival leader and an arthouse exhibition pioneer. Oh, and actors.
A short course in filmmaking concentrates on the practical skills you need to launch a career in filmmaking.
The superficial scramble for cultural diversity is not addressing the deep causes of exclusion and the power imbalance in the arts.
Under a ghastly policy response from an inert government, the sector is reinventing itself and in a good way.
The Productivity Commission goes into combat against key industry sources of income, sends fantasy to government, expects to win.
How big is big? What kind of structures work? Will the promise of digital come true? David Court asks some deep questions about the future of the sector.
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