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2021 AACTA Nominations Announced

Australia's Academy reveals all the Awards nominees for film and TV, as well as a date with the Opera House.

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TV Review: The Luminaries is a knowing tale of love and fortune

Eleanor Catton's TV adaptation of her own New Zealand literary prize-winner is sparkling and cleverly crafted.

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Documentary: A love story, by Dr Mitzi Goldman

The co-founder and CEO of Documentary Australia Foundation writes about the twelve Australian documentaries competing for this year's $10,000 prize…

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AIDC stays hybrid post pandemic (we hope)

The AIDC goes both virtual and real for 2022, with a model which may endure as the new normal.

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Box office: Victorians rush for Chinese tentpole as a defective robot sidles in

At last, we offer the box office results for the whole country. No joyful riots because there isn't much to…

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Vale Bert Newton

The TV personality passed away on Saturday aged 83, after a long and storied career.

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Melbourne cinemas open up and here's what's on

Melbourne cinemas are open again, hopefully for good. Moviegoers, get back to where you once belonged.

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Sci-Fi beyond spaceships and little green men

The 2021 Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival returns for a second outing with a program for 'Australia's most adventurous movie-goers'.


NFSA defended by Zali Stegall, independent MP with a sense of humour

The National Film and Sound Archive has been battered for a long time. MP Zali Stegall mounts a forlorn defence…

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Series Mania - the changing international market

François-Pier Pelinard-Lambert from Series Mania warns us that our national passion for reality TV is a real problem for international…

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