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The blockbusters fade slightly, while the small arthouse pictures hunt for a core audience to give them word of mouth.
Collaboration, consolidation, uncertainty, dynamic diversity – SPA industry leaders offer their vision of the industry's immediate future.
Let's take a punt and name it. The range of new Australian films made over the last couple of years is now a movement, and it is coming together at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Success feeds on success as the pioneering inclusive stores in Hollywood add power and credibility to the movement all the way to the Chinese market.
Government finds positive figures on the NBN - but are the customers on strike?
The kids' classic goes Indigenous plus the return of 'The Heights', the launch of SBS World Movies, and a Screen Australia podcast to nut out the nitty-gritty of financing.
Critic and curator Lauren Carroll Harris is creating a new space for art on Australian screens.
Alison James and Brooke Silcox explain how to direct camels, run a gruelling desert shoot, and build careers with their short, Judas Collar.
Mystify travels on a wave of hope, Parasite is doing well, After is a strange fan tribute, and Spiderman dominates all.
From poetry slam to collecting performance art; new funding models in both NSW and VIC, and an upset at the Logies – we look at this week's arts news.
An excellent Australian doco, some weird romance and fests in the West are just some of what's on offer.
Go global, the financiers cry, so Australian screenwriters are doing just that, setting up their own system to get Hollywood cred.
Small pictures including 2040 are doing well, while Toy Story 4 toys with the fate of the whole market.
Responding to the divisive furore around Israel Folau, Szubanski has gathered interfaith campaigners to raise dollars and spread love.
At the Logies, Kerry O'Brien defends the ABC, is honest about journalism, names climate change and calls for Reconciliation.
Australians are used to the changing ways of screen deals with China, but the games sector is a whole different thing. Esports is just the start.
LGBTIQ communities fight to be seen and to be heard. Can the international film community help?
Podcasts have been booming with both Audiocraft and indiepodfest appearing to celebrate their various facets.
Our greatest hurdle today is recognising the shift needed from disability access and awareness, to disability-led and employment.
Author Sebastian Smee, musician Holly Throsby and tech psychologist Jocelyn Brewer agree when it comes to switching off to embrace your inner life.
Is it a movement or a right? A disability-led panel takes the pulse on aligning rhetoric and action when it comes to inclusivity and equality.
At MIPTV, quality matters, attendance down, changes coming, observes ACTF International Sales Manager, Roberta Di Vito.
Great songs, inspired performances and a good digital brush-up make this essential for fans, but is it a doco? asks Adrian Martin.
Mel Campbell enjoys this female-led teen comedy but questions its laissez-faire moral politics.
If you’re not a fan of watching two people bickering in a car, you may want to overtake this ABC comedy, says Anthony Morris.
Richard Lowenstein's excellent documentary captures his subject’s essence by never quite bringing the man into focus.
Adapted from young adult fan fiction, not much happens in this adolescent love story, yet Adrian Martin finds it weirdly fascinating.
Adapted from a novel by Australian Daniel O'Malley, this series is compelling but lacks the book's complexity.
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.
Streamers take lots, film market flat, indys get less like US and survive on international market.
Every career story is unique and this one is an endearing tack across physical and digital crafts.
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood leaves the state and gets trumped by a Korean genius with a Parasite.
Some clues to the future of streaming. His Dark Materials? hmmm...
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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