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Fifty times the Writers Guild has conducted its annual awards competition. That is more than a working lifetime.
We salute Melbourne artist and filmmaker Tony Woods, who died unexpectedly last week.
A hectic July, with most cities hosting a serious cinematic event, or at least the travelling fests of Turkey and Scandinavia from Palace.
KEO Films has announced that it is beating the retreat on its Australian operation - or maybe not.
The shortlist for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards features nominees across 19 categories, including feature film, television, theatre and interactive media.
Ali's Wedding and Roller Dreams take top slots in the audience awards. Both local, both with strong cultural references beyond our borders.
Right now some key US studios are on their knees thanking the international market. Their domestic response is positively mummified.
Everyone has pinched a bit off the ABC in the national shares. Not happy Auntie.
Purcell, Igwabi, Agdag, Epstein, Stolevski, Baricevic.. gone is the great avalanche of Anglo-Celtic names which rolled through an industry generation.
Sydney Film Fest climaxes with lovely Screenability program; MIFF to open with The Jungle; Melbourne International Animation Festival approaches.. and then we have Winton.
Will the Senate wilt and remove the two out of three rule? Will Ten have an unexpected owner? This could be a cliffhanger.
Wonder Woman has the world by the throat, Baywatch is an embarrassment, and Hounds of Love seems to survive on word of mouth.
Car Wars and the AFL gives Seven a solid hit for the night.
Cate Blanchett leads off on a list which includes Deborah Mailman, Stephen Page, Don Crombie, John Romeril, a clown called Super Herbert and dentist documentarian Donald Worley.
63 people who have given tireless support to the arts were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
New Musical Director for touring company Co-Opera and changes at Screen Queensland.
We Don't Need a Map, Mountain with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and The Mummy on IMAX join Herzog to add some zest to Australian cities.
Hounds of Love panting along, but not picking up a pack.
AFL on 464,000 in the five cities while NRL is under 386,000. Both run patchily across Australia.
Sydney will now get an incubator and startup organisation which is focused purely on the creative industries, and not an outgrowth of other agendas.
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