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Cinemas, distributors and producers come out of hibernation with precautions in place, while festivals soldier bravely online.
The appearance of Ammonite at the Cannes Film Festival is just words on a piece of paper, but they cast a spell to break a viral curse.
Prepared to support local writers, this professional development program goes national and global, with guaranteed places for SA writers. Christy Dena brings her expertise and research.
Screen executive Bill Gavin, known for some wonderful NZ films, cut his professional teeth in London and became a force in the expansion of Hoyts in Australia.
No less than four of the top ten in the industry-led popular top ten list rely heavily on a female audience.
If you could distill the absolute essence of cinema and watch it in the ultimate binge at home, you would end up with We are One: a Global Film Festival.
The official guidelines for an anti-viral screen workplace are now out. No surprises but a vital level of certainty.
Aaron Burton looks at the TV projects created in response to COVID-19 locally, and around the world.
Starting on Friday 29 May, the New Zealanders are bathing in sessions about documentary craft and passion. Australians can join in, several hours later each day until June 1.
The program is now out for the online edition of SFF, provoking us to look under the hood with CEO Leigh Small.
Choose from a rich selection of Indigenous film, TV and live events to mark this National Reconciliation Week #InThisTogether2020.
The battle for worldwide streaming supremacy looks like a fast-motion version of Westeros. Foxtel's latest deal gives it Binge, a new streamer which even has The Game of Thrones.
Like other Guild groups, the Australian Directors Guild has surveyed its members to find realistic figures about unemployment to pitch against the government's fantasies. Here they are.
SBS keeps doing inventive and lean under the policy radar but the pandemic will force it to confront an ugly finance problem in public.
A quiet week as cinemas look forward and hold breath. First peek at Dirt Music and production protocols for the new world.
The virus-inspired Pivot melts into all the other Pivots deployed by state agencies to reflect the mega-Pivots around broadband. So change is piling on change.
Of all the the curveballs that 2020 has thrown the Australian film industry, 'Shrek' making the box office charts might be the funniest.
'It’s all very well to say "we need the ocean to live", but I bet most people on the street can’t tell you why. We wanted to tell a story of how the ocean creates all life on planet earth, and of connectivity between creatures.’
How sticky is your new digital COVID programming, and will it make that secondary pivot back into your core programming post pandemic.
The revival of drive-ins counters isolation, drawing on the magic of cinema in the open air and pointing to a wider future for a struggling form of exhibition.
While the sector is frantic to start shooting, it is also relishing the chance to develop projects. How does that feel to Nerida Moore, Screen Australia’s Head of Development?
Amazon Prime builds up its Aussie content, The Bold Type makes a fourth impression while Disney Plus looks inside one of its biggest animations and first streams a box-office killing kids film.
Set in 1950s Australia around the Maralinga A-bomb tests, this satirical thriller from Peter Duncan is entertaining but takes a while to find its feet.
Ponder Warwick Thornton's six-part slow TV series on the biggest screen you can find, says Chris Boyd.
Vicky Jones and Phoebe Waller-Bridge's mysterious rom-com explores fantasies of reinvention and escape.
Australian writer-creator Tony McNamara delivers a bingeable historical farce that will delight fans of 'The Favourite'.
A richly social film that doesn't lose sight of the darkness beneath a friendship.
This adaptation of Sally Rooney's divisive hit reproduces the complex, deeply felt emotions of the book with painterly direction and terrific acting.
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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