Smartphone feature film production rises and rises
As the funding environment gets worse, smartphone filmmakers get organised and grow their aesthetic.
Katie Milwright ACS on grit, gratitude and getting to the Pilbara
The award-winning Australian cinematographer talks about her 25-year career and the drive that sustains it.
AACTA Reg Grundy award nominations
TV pioneer Reg Grundy was a very smart business person, so his name on an award to develop game shows…
Judi Levine reflects on going global in a filmmaking family
Judi Levine and Ben Lewin took their family with them as they went global on their filmmaking partnership. It is…
Wong Kar Wai's School for Cool
'Love and Neon' is a dazzling retrospective of eleven films from the master of longing, loneliness and ephemeral ecstasy, says…
Film Review: Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi's award-winning Japanese drama explores the power of conversation in three separate but connected stories.
Ita stands for democracy in ABC double inquiries
The Federal Government accidentally takes on the ABC with a Senate Inquiry and faces the full wrath of its chair.
Screen Forever registrations open, first speaker and mentors announced
Actual mingling on the Gold Coast is on the cards. Screen Forever ramps up again with Morning Wars' showrunner a…
Sydney Film Festival closes with Awards
Iranian film 'There Is No Evil' wins the $60,000 Sydney Film Prize, while Australian music doc 'I'm Wanita' continues a…
Box Office: Daniel Craig, No Time to Die, and an industry restored
Daniel Craig uses the spirit of Bond to take us back to a time before COVID as No Time to…