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Disney has announced a new streaming platform, Disney+, and Australia will be one of its first customers.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s The Harp in the South sweeps up the big prizes in the Australian Writers Guild awards.
Croser will take on a 3-year contract as Chief Executive at SA Film Corp, at an exciting time for the state's screen industries.
MIFF Critics Campus coordinator Luke Goodsell talks about Rotten Tomatoes, the future of film criticism and how the program for emerging critics has evolved.
Avid cinephile Faith Everard revelled in killer dresses, lesbian S&M and folk revenge at this year's Melbourne Film Fest.
The epic novel by Gregory David Roberts will film in Victoria in October for Apple TV, with Justin Kurzel directing.
Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood is this week's big draw, Midsommar scares up fans and MIFF lingers.
Palm Beach and Danger Close open wide, and little horror sensation Midsommar tops limited release.
Jennifer Kent's bloody revenge tale named Best Australian Feature and short film winners include 'The Egg', 'Passage' and 'Lost Rambos'.
Screen Australia's Head of Development Nerida Moore says the Generate Fund's first year has been a roaring success.
Director Isabel Peppard talks about Morgana, her first feature documentary, a portrait of unexpected leading lady.
The starry duo will grace the Brisbane International Film Fest with their own films and a selection of other favourites.
From a spate of art fairs to early 2020 program announcements and ticket offers for upcoming Festivals, we bring you the highlights of this week's arts news.
The industry mourns Jenny Woods, whose expertise helped sustain Australian documentary filmmaking.
Audiences flocked back to Pearl Bay after a 20-year break, SBS tackled teen sexting and we sample some new reality, virtually.
30-years of shaping disability access programming for America's largest cultural institutions brings lessons for change and a strong read on today's shifting tides.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's writing on Fleabag is as formally intriguing as it is emotionally complex.
Film festivals are an endurance test but there are techniques to ensure you get the most out of the opportunity.
As a boy from Western Sydney who left school at 16, and fifteen years later was exhibiting at Venice Biennale, Gladwell speaks to ArtsHub about career fatigue, staying true and punking it out with materials.
‘Intimacy can be anything from holding hands, looking into someone’s eyes, sex, dancing, masturbation or nudity.’ Miriama McDowell tells us about her new role in the arts.
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.
As action goes, the Fallen series has shot, stabbed and belted its way into the hearts of cinema goers and fictional presidents but this time it's personal.
Heperi Mita's directorial debut celebrates his mother's unsung legacy of bringing Indigenous stories to the screen.
Three exhibitions at Koorie Heritage Trust examine the art of cartography, Blak cinema, and contemporary adornment.
A surreal, visually arresting meditation on the future of our planet.
Funny, textured and nostalgic, Tarantino's ninth film gives us characters we want to hang out with, writes Anthony Morris.
Serge Ou's documentary unearths another unhinged history of a sub-genre that bypassed good taste, writes Glenn Dunks.
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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