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Not even coronavirus could stop the crowds for the debut of a deliciously grisly b-grade thriller starring Russell Crowe.
From fantastic Aussie features to gloriously enjoyable trash, we take a look at what's streaming on Stan, Netflix, Binge, Amazon Prime and SBS On Demand in August.
BIFF unveils highlights, MIFF gets ready to go, Screen Australia enterprise recipients and new global initiative for female and non binary creative teams.
The actor playing the latest 'Top Dog' talks about her role in the iconic prison drama, on the eve of its eighth season.
Decades of experience and campaigning has gone into learning just how the arts community can create important (and unique) work with people with disabilities.
The well-known actor and filmmaker has long been passionate about design and architecture. Now he's launching a content platform devoted to it.
This week Babyteeth reaches the Australian silver screen – but how did the spike in coronavirus cases affect its premiere?
Faculty shuffle for UNSW Art & Design, new rooftop development for AGWA, date announced for disability forum, Melb Writers Festival program launched, immersive Van Gogh exhibition come to Australia, and more.
The dedicated documentary streaming service launched quietly in 2016. The Madman CEO says it's now going strong and playing a key role in the local documentary ecology.
The entire box office is upended as blockbusters disappear and indies turn up on top, though the flicks have become an eccentric pleasure.
Fletcher v Burke over the government's determination to pay international producers. The local sector is not so lucky.
Screen Australia's Head of Indigenous says more and more of her time is taken up reading scripts by white people wanting to tell stories that aren't theirs.
The online version of the Melbourne International Film Festival tumbles out to its national audience, with a mix of ticketed viewing and streaming rolling out across August.
The paper recommends the creation of an 'Australian Digital Arts' content to support local theatre broadcasting alongside international productions
Our biggest cinephile event has us in a tizz, but there's lots of other news and views in this fortnight's industry roundup.
The half-hour documentary is based on voice recordings from around the country. It premieres next week.
Screen Queensland engages with Story DNA Machine Learning technology to prime an adaptation scheme. How do the humans fit in?
Daryl Sparkes reminisces about 'Babe''s technological prowess, and some anecdotes from set, on the film's 25th anniversary.
Our awards expert Grace Boschetti tracks down streaming sources for all the Emmy nominees. Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman, Sarah Snook and Toni Collette are contenders, with writers Tony McNamara and Hannah Gadsby.
These beautiful, relatable games create experiences that feel like home, in a time when we can't experience the city that we love in real life.
Neil Goss is running his teen flick in some local cinemas between a brief outing in LA and plans for a longer run in the US.
Kicking around the central issues of our times in the screen sector is slowly revealing a small, battered ball of consensus.
The made-in-Melbourne tale of terror on the high seas is stronger on atmosphere than genuine fear, but genre fans will enjoy the voyage.
This stage play adaptation is a far cry from your typical YA love story, writes Mel Campbell.
The well-loved comedian takes a serious but entertaining look at Australia's relationship with alcohol.
For reviewer Anthony Morris, the Paul Hogan comedy makes a series of bizarre and problematic choices that don't add up to much.
Natalie Erika James' directorial debut will resonate with anyone who’s witnessed human frailty at confrontingly close quarters.
Making use of the grammar of lockdown-filmed-at-home comedy, this ABC ensemble show feels funny and familiar, writes 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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