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Some modest mainstream pics are doing very well at the moment - pace and quality helps.
A co-working space in Melbourne dedicated to digital games, animation and technology industries has received $500,000 from the Victorian Government.
The Arab Film Festival has an interesting guest; BIFF is running now; Cinefest Oz is nearly ready: GOMA has an excellent sound provocation - its a multicultural edition.
MIFF Australian shorts winners have been announced, which we can compare with the AACTA list.
Nine owned the week, even when it didn't have a reno show.
What do we have here? A revolution in falling expectations.
Nine continues to own the week as Seven is stuck with Hell's Kitchen minus the Great Insultor. What would possess anyone to think Gordon Ramsey is replaceable?
MIFF is probably the largest ever, the city is stuffed with film tragics, the weather comes from Satan's fridge, and the Regent was the best possible opening night venue.
Mandy Chang, at the ABC until this September, is the new Commissioning Editor of the BBC's Storyville.
Sweet Country makes Adelaide Festival, as film music philosopher hits Melbourne, Hobart talks global and Optus wants to send a pair of filmmakers to Singapore.
Want to hurt your brain? Go see Dunkirk and Wolf Warrior on the same day.
Nine did well with its new edition of The Block while Ten paid dearly for declining interest in The Bachelor.
Here's a twist to the current fight about regulation to bring a rueful smile to some campaigners' lips. Maybe the sides are more alike than they think.
With its interest for smaller, challenging work, the Venice Film Festival finds flecks of gold in Australian films. But Toronto?
From Dunkirk on IMAX to Warwick Thornton on catch-up there's a ton of visual entertainment to ward off winter.
There's a heap of different values on display in some new screen appointments across Australia.
Three long serving arts company Directors retire, contracts renewed at the top, and a leading soprano heads West.
While SBS will be pleased with Versailles, the ABC will be relieved about the results for Pulse. Not that Versailles made the top twenty.
The community may not care about kids' TV on the FTA channels, but the industry sure does. Can it make a difference?
BBC Worldwide may not be a titan, but it does look like a very, very smart deal for the BBC and UK television.
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