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The AACTAs from inside the room, among friends and hopefuls.
Bad headline but chilling data as Hollywood faces the Australian problem of deliberately making films for international consumption.
We are supposed to jingle our bells and go mainstream. Instead we seek out the scraps to keep the arthouse spirit alive.
AACTAs celebrate creativity with a ritual which is just the opposite, trapped in thanks and soppy adjectives. Beyond the hype, the awards went to fine achievements.
You are the Chief Financial Officer of a huge animation company, betting hundreds of millions at the whim of artists. How do you cope?
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2017 say?
Australia is absent and the AACTAs won't help a reboot. Watch The Disaster Artist take off.
Lion gets everything not nailed down. Hopes for the modest films coming through in the technical awards boiled down to one for Ali's Wedding.
No-one even cares about the world's deadliest weather.
Back to a decent gardening show, a 6pm quiz, a democratic look at art... some nice stuff for Auntie in 2018.
Diversity, class, justice and income - the raw materials for social ideas which may save creativity in hard times. UK expert Deborah Williams talked to Australian screen producers.
See-Saw, Porchlight and Transmission bet on a secular audience for a version of Christianity under modern scrutiny.
Disaster Artist is a treat for screen people, who will also be charmed by Mike Rubbo's book and videos. Meanwhile, the AIDC is banging out the conference bait.
The documentary award at the Walkleys is a tribute to the courage and honesty of Liz Jackson, so much more than a consummate professional.
A new exhibition, the latest in the Winter Masterpieces series, will explore the many screen adaptations of Lewis Carroll’s book to date.
Slow weekend - we are in early summer and the need for aircon and choctops has not yet bitten. Go and see Lucky.
It's not the money - it's the inspiration. Shooting regionally, digging deep into a community and a landscape, is a joy.
A bunch of mid-evening comedies puts the ABC up the percentages, as it refuses to accept the idea that ratings are almost over so it should collapse into somnolence. While strip programming Struggle Street has worked for SBS.
Creative team announced for Gold Coast Games; new Patron at Metro Arts; future-proofing JUTE Theatre Company; changes at UNSW Art & Design, and more.
Revelation Film Fest saving and streaming the treasures of indy cinema for world audience.
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