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.
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.
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.
Netflix children's initiative calls for works in progress
With a new ACTF partnership, budding TV creators can submit their ideas for live-action and animation to Netflix.
Australian comedy Sexy Nails will air in the US
Toxic masculinity is about to take a beating with Sexy Nails, a new Australian comedy that's set to air in…
TV Review: A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong
Debunking canine myths and celebrating dogs in all their individuality – this show is a soothing treat for the senses
Cathy Payne, Banijay Rights CEO: the eight rules for TV finance and distribution
'If we do not protect and fight for our local industry, who will?' Payne asked at this week's Hector Crawford…
Stan comedy Minx handles feminism ... quite well actually
In the wrong hands, period pieces can reinforce sexism, racism and homophobia – not here.
Stan announces Lionsgate partnership and new shows for 2022
Stan has announced new investments in its 'Originals' slate, with many new Australian productions coming to the streaming service this…
Taika Waititi's Our Flag Means Death nails queer representation
Typically gruff seafarers get tender and intimate in this new HBO Max comedy. Also, it's gay.