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Asia Pacific Screen Awards went to Thai creative producer Soros Sukhum, young Indian filmmaker Akshay Indikar, and a special mention for Australia's High Ground.
It's back to the future as the government lays out plans for two new media sector support funds, extracting cash from the streaming companies, and nagging the government broadcasters. All without paying for it.
Wringing blood from the budget stone the public broadcasters lay out their wares for the year ahead. Our fortnightly round-up of news, interviews and opinions from Australian film, TV and games.
Combine the strange rules of screen production research with a pandemic and the resulting space-time ruckus is a true headache. We suffer so you don't have to.
Hear the rumbles across the bridge to tomorrow? It is Screen Forever rolling out its first international mega-guests.
Rams is speeding away to be the most successful domestic film of the year as Peter Rabbit thumps off to March next year.
Bird's Eye View, a docu-series about women in a Darwin correctional centre won Podcast of the Year; Schwartz Media's 7am took best newcomer, and some ex Bachelor contestants won audience fave.
Behind the recent Film Victoria $33.8M incentive announcements is a genteel rethink of the whole organisation. Double the games support, ecosystem thinking, and a low budget feature strand are in play.
As times change against the culture warriors, a very different Australia is crowding into our stories. It can be funny, scary, whimsical, challenging, mystical and plain shame-making – but always part of us.
Fake regulations, or an act of mercy to beleaguered broadcasters – either way, the game is over, for now.
A passion for social justice and good storytelling need not be at odds with smart brand partnerships says this Aussie expat, telling us how she's navigating Hollywood.
The hashtag #IamPOCinPlay was created by POC in Play, a UK-based organisation that develops initiatives to promote and include People of Colour.
The clash between streamers and local broadcasters is truly international, with an extra twist when the domestic supplier has a cultural remit.
Sydney Film Festival tries for some modest evolution to get some joy from a crappy year with a summer weekend of films at the State Theatre.
Tracey Vieira and Jaclyn McLendon talk us through the program for the 2nd Asia Pacific Screen Forum, its rationale and the six days of free talks and online events.
Film Victoria has a new attraction incentive of $19.2 million which will be used quickly as a longer term plan evolves.
Violence in Central Africa is so bound up with the minerals used in consumer tech, some call it the PlayStation War. Here are Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft's annual reports on their conflict minerals supply chains.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
Artists are hosting incredible digital events through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in a time when COVID-19 made meeting in person impossible.
From Fargo to The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, an accessible Irish Film Festival and the puzzling new game Baba is You, here are our recommendations this month.
Videogames from developers big and small are beginning to explore the encroaching influence of neo-fascism.
Rams tipped off the top of the list! Tenet back and snarling! What gives?
Documenting the 14-year campaign for women's jobs in Wollongong, Robynne Murphy's film honours dogged perseverance and collective activism.
RMIT’s Capitol Theatre presented another online shared-while-apart cinematic experience with a screening of Spaceship Earth.
Monica Zanetti’s queer coming out comedy has echoes of Australian high-concept teen classics. It's a refreshing crowd-pleaser, says Glenn Dunks.
Tracing the evolution of a middle-aged housewife into a feminist porn star, this documentary marks the welcome crumbling of divisions between 'amateur' and professional filmmaking, says Adrian Martin.
Honed on live performance and online, the wacky Australian comedy team finally gets a proper TV show on the biggest platform around. They just keep getting funnier, says Anthony Morris.
Never Too Late is packed with a popular local cast. The box office will be a litmus test for a familiar kind of comedy in a very traditional trope.
Not drowning, evolving. In heavy seas Apple goes into the life jacket business, making its money from wearables like the watch and headphones.
'Then he mentioned that I have been awarded by non-Iranian film festivals and that foreign audiences clapped for me; they are the enemies of the state and therefore I’m an enemy of the state.'
Private company handles industry collections function. CEO goes quiet. Money stops. What could be up?
AI can now make (short) realistic video clips from nothing. Next stop, the Prez weeping and resigning on twitter, all done by code, none of it true.
Feed your paranoia with actual proof, including easy-to-read graphs.
A thorough roundup of developing Chinese assault on US manufacturing. As we globalise, the system is having a fit.
From the West Wing through Friday Night Lights, Enlightened and The Leftovers, this list is great but very US-centric.
Slamdance, Israeli shorts and Richard Frankland will spice up the short film festival, held this year from June 21 to 30.
Specialist internation film fests can be uniquely wonderful. Fest 2019 at Espinho in Portugal focuses on emerging filmmakers and has added a book fair as well.
In 2019, Talent Camp returns in search of new talent, new perspectives and new voices that reflect the richness and depth of contemporary Australian society.
Claudia Karvan, Lily Sullivan and Barry Otto are among the high profile new cast to join the Stan Original/Aquarius Films comedy series.
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