2020 was finally a year of big change in Australian screen policy, while we as people were tested to find a broader vision. David Tiley gives a sweeping overview.
Let's open this review with a message of thanks. Everyone in the infrastructure around screen has worked like loons to find solutions, to have new ideas, and spread money and relief. Over 2020 I have talked to Screen Producers Australia and the other guilds as a primary source of information, backed by state agency people. Most contact with Screen Australia came through the website, and Caris Bizzaca is very valuable. Sandy George remains a treasure, and David Knox never gives up on television. But policy brains turn up in all sorts of places, quietly holding our world view together.
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