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Australian audiences have turned away from winsome NZ bubble of cynicism The Breaker Upperers. How dare we!
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Asian screen lobby group reveals the nuts and bolts of the evolving market, particularly in South East Asia.
Two festivals, from India and Turkey, compete with MIFF while Australian mega-doc about interstellar travel, The Living Universe, has a limited run.
Spinning gold from a piece of fluff, The Breaker Upperers harness social media to give their film another boost of publicity two weeks after its Oz release.
Three key organisations in the screen and theatre sectors unite to lay out the rules for a safe workplace, and confront hostile public opinion.
One hundred years ago, Lottie Lyell made a feminist film in South Australia. Now there's a $20,000 award in her honour female filmmakers working in the state. Also open for applications, the Natalie Miller Fellowship.
Why has Skyscraper done so well in China? We reckon The Breaker Upperers will quietly rake in money for some time - but are we right?
Streaming services are happy disruptors, but they could warp the system in more profound ways than we think.
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This is the story of two people who meet by chance at a remote hotel in Normandy and fall passionately in love, as each prepares to embark upon a dangerous mission on opposite sides of the world.
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Warners own takedown company tells Youtube to remove Warners own stuff because piracy. Heh.
Best US TV series ever? Deadwood. How do we know? Here is the answer.
UK writer assembles the creative output of Shaun Tan, revealing how little attention he gets in his native land. Us.
Considering the slippery question of truth in nature docs with a touching degree of affection.
Andrew Bolt has colourful version of ABC's internal discussions about him. He must have a giant transparent telescope.
'Although women account for two-thirds of Australia’s authors, a survey has found that almost every publication analysed reviewed more men than women last year.'
Adelaide-based producer Gena Ashwell was today announced as the inaugural recipient of Placement L.A., an annual professional
Lord David Puttnam heads an impressive international jury for the 10th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
MIFF Accelerator, the film director professional development program held during the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), has concluded its13th edition by welcoming into its glittering alumni some 29 new directors – with more than 50% of them female.
From 1650 entrants, all shot on a smartphone, the Get Reel Festival has chosen its winners.
Industry: Film / TV / Digital
Classification: Production & Technical
Steve de Souza
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Film producers John Maynard and Bridget Ikin have recently established Felix Media, to produce original screen-based works by artists.
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