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The SA Video Game Development Rebate, the first of its kind in Australia, is now available to SA devs. What can a rebate like this actually achieve?
Cry, laugh, fight, keep going. It's hard to know where to start, but Bluey will do. Queensland is the centre of the universe in this roundup of policy, production, awards and opportunities.
Advice from the Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman: Protect Australian voices, think small business and level playing fields.
The Federal government has just shafted the sector, paid off the commercial broadcasters and offered a small box of bandaids.
Perth's arts and business communities have welcomed the recent announcement that Edith Cowan University, including WAAPA, will relocate to a new home in the CBD.
Screen Producers Australia, supported by the government of Queensland, is gearing up for a conference with real people next February.
An initiative of the Shark Island Institute and Documentary Australia Foundation, Voxdocs presents diverse works to readers of the SMH and The Age.
At least the opening of Melbourne should bring a bit more cash into the system. At the moment the most exciting thing in cinemas is a film about toadstools.
Minister Paul Fletcher pops out a taster for the budget next week. Mingy or targeted? You decide.
Disdainful of agencies, game for anything, addicted to genre, enthralled by risk, true indie filmmakers are hard to hunt and study. Until now, on the Gold Coast, disguised as simple business folk.
When you are not earning, a small amount of help can mean a lot. The screen and performing arts philanthropic funds are raising money with a unified approach.
Banijay reshapes Endemol Shine Australia without its swashbuckling co-CEOs.
After all the COVID horrors, China turns out to have the most productive market for big screen movies.
As Tenet fails to bring hope, the safest bet for studios is to combine theatrical and streaming production in a bet each way which started with television.
Actor Sarah Snook and writer Tony McNamara were our sentimental favourites for the night, but the world is a cruel place and everyone is a pawn in the streaming publicity game anyway. Sniff.
Rupert Murdoch gets three episodes of this BBC documentary to show us why we are like we are. We won't be able to take our eyes away.
Using headset technology for the past decade, experimental media artist Jane Gauntlett shares her journey on fusing performance with technology to create n intimate experience about living with disability.
In two and a half years, Iris and Paul Anstey went from never having made a game, to having their dreamlike first title in PAX’s competitive indie showcase. How did they do it?
National Young Writers Festival is going online from 1-4 October, and their program delves deep into the possibilities that digital delivery offers.
Here's a rundown of Jobkeeper 2.0, and what the changes to the program might mean for sole traders.
This month the office reflects on productions that star the work of brilliant women, both on and off-screen.
For PAX online 2020, two reps from Film Vic sat down with devs from Untitled Goose Game, Frog Detective and Dead Static Drive to talk all things games funding.
Monica Zanetti’s queer coming out comedy has echoes of Australian high-concept teen classics. It's a refreshing crowd-pleaser, says Glenn Dunks.
A film screening, a follow-up in-depth conversation and a masterclass make for much (remotely experienced) fun.
Avoiding politics and preceding the plague, this wacky reboot is nevertheless a film for this moment, argues Adrian Martin.
Laurence Billiet's tender insight into one of our most celebrated sports stars is joyous and timely, says First Nations critic Bryan Andy.
John Wood's autobiography is written with great warmth and passion, acknowledging the transitory essence of the theatre world.
Kriv Stenders' insightful and entertaining documentary places Joy McKean in her rightful place centre stage, says Anthony Morris.
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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