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Metropolis remake comes to Melbourne

An eight-part series based on the classic sci-fi is being shot in Victoria as part of the Location Incentive.

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Yolanda Ramke interview: 'We’ve got great talent in Australia that just can’t get a look-in'

The Cargo and Troppo writer and director used stepping stones in both Hollywood and Sydney to rise through the ranks.…

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Breaking Bad favourites Walter and Jesse will return for season 6 of Better Call Saul. Image: Sony Pictures Entertainment.
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Walter White and Jesse Pinkman to return in Better Call Saul

The duo will reprise their iconic Breaking Bad roles in the sixth and final season of the spin-off hit.

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Netflix and the Australian Children’s Television Foundation celebrate Australia

Netflix and the Australian Children’s Television Foundation are looking for two original, high quality Australian children’s series that celebrate Australia…

L-R: Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow, Grammy winners.
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TikTok + Unofficial Bridgerton Musical = Grammys win

A fanfiction musical about Netflix’s period drama Bridgerton beating Andrew Lloyd Webber? You better believe it!

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Easter school holiday film and streaming guide 2022

Sort the whole family out with our streaming and movie guide for the school holidays.

The popular crime series exposes its underbelly for the first time since 2018. Image: Nine Network.
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TV Review – Underbelly: Vanishing Act

Kate Atkinson puts her best foot forward as Sydney con-artist Melissa Caddick in the latest instalment of the Underbelly series.

Behind the scenes at the ABC. Image: Julie Peters.
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Julie Peters, ABC: trans stories on screen are getting better – at last

Having worked in TV for decades and transitioned in the 90s, Julie Peters is optimistic about the future.

Mental-health is now receiving greater attention in the screen industry. Photo: Colton Sturgeon on Unsplash
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Yes, mental health matters in the screen industry

Wellbeing initiatives are crucial given the prevalence of mental health issues for those in the Australian 'entertainment' industries.

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