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Gristmill's Wayne Hope and Robyn Butler are Back in Very Small Business with their gooey, chewy secret: You can be sweet and sharp at the same time.
Brisbane (film), Melbourne (TV) and Castlemaine (docs) offer great festival gutzing. We take the chance to expand our list of streaming titles filtered through the Hivemind.
The Netflix model is getting a bit less monomaniacal as it feels the urge to be involved in production, just like everybody else.
Michael Ebeid is moving on from SBS after a solid stint as Managing Director. No news yet on his future.
New kinds of storytelling are possible with the web series format. But for producers like Andrea Denholm of Princess Pictures, they're still mainly passion projects and incubators for fresh talent.
For an artist, death is not final if the work lives on beyond personal memory. Editor Suresh Ayyar's friends search the essence of his touch in an extended collection of clips.
Some commercial English language films get a hard time in our cinemas, as micro budgeted local films arrive for an instant.
In art cinema land, Iranian films can be arresting, varied, mischievous and enigmatic. An email interview provides a glimpse of the challenges in making these films.
Rolf de Heer is a remarkable filmmaker, Dutch born, probing deeply Australian stories, honoured internationally. Here he talks about the very idea of a national cinema.
Innovative Adelaide production company explores the temptations of episodes, and takes the audience from giggles to a gut wrenching finale.
Some tips on pitching - and a deep dive into death with the winner of Melbourne WebFest's Pitch iview Award, Anna Lindner.
Melburnians rush for festival tickets, lovely arthouse fare glows and Ella Havelka appears in a documentary streamed on SBS.
While many New Zealanders love splatter, others are born to be mild. But everyone loves a well-sharpened knife.
Screen Producers Australia tells Parliament about freelancing, creativity, the brain drain and the gig economy.
Do we have showrunners in Australian TV? Yes, says Drew Proffitt, co-creator of SBS series 'Dead Lucky', and it's the way to go if you want to retain creative control and IP rights.
Melbourne filmgoers, provoked by the launch, are now frantically booking their films. It is first in, best anoraked, with sadness for the slow.
Fear of kitten vids, spiritual optometry and the end of the world - three SPA Ones to Watch who were a pleasure to interview.
Mike Rubbo, truly a filmmaker who pushed the Austraiian documentary craft forward, remembers a remarkable friend and filmmaker.
The kids' are hurtling around the multiplexes and anyone in their right mind is descending on the indy cinemas. But they are still a sidebar in statistical terms.
"Because of Her, We Can!" is the theme of this year's NAIDOC week. We take a look at events being held across the nation, and offer a short list of must sees.
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