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Getting started is hard, but fortune favours the relentless. Also, you should get cracking on LinkedIn, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins.
Catch up with our fortnightly round-up of news, views, announcements and reviews from the world of Australian film, TV and games.
A relationship drama plays out with a touch of mystery in the new SBS shortform series set on the wild west coast of Tasmania, says Raveena Grover.
A new crew and facilities database goes live, as well as a locations gallery for filmmakers wanting to work in the Island state, but no word on sector funding as State election looms.
Despite sounding like nutty treats, this term relates to the measurement of SVOD audiences. Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins explains how they help you to pitch and sell your show.
SBS cooks up its biggest commission, Megan Riakos leaves WIFT to get creative, and Australian films selected for Hot Docs. Our fortnightly round-up of industry news and reviews.
'Setting the Scene for Greener Screens' is a new resource available on Documentary Australia Foundation's website. It's full of practical ideas and conversation-starters for filmmakers.
The first Decadent Edition from Fireflies Press is a beautifully produced and thoughtful essay from a prolific and eloquent critic. Adrian Martin reads closely and enjoys, but wonders at the current tendency for endless digression.
Online conferences were great for shy people, but now in-person events are back. Brush up on your social skills and be brave, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins.
Wyrmwood Apocalypse wraps shoot, while George Clooney and Julia Roberts have tickets to paradise in Queensland production boom. A grab bag of news, views, opinions and announcements.
A TV adaptation of 'Ladies in Black', a new feature film for Khoa Do, and a 12-part feminist political TV drama set in 2045 are among the projects being developed.
Mardi Gras goes to Sydney Cricket Ground for safety, two live action series for ABC Kids, and conferences, festivals, opinions and more.
There will be a lot of hard tussling over the proposed reinvention of the sector in 2021. Screen Forever offered a taste of the issues.
Qualms about returning to the office are a nice problem to have for some of us. But change is hard, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins. Focusing on the positives will help you sparkle again.
Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife will world premiere at SXSW, along with Gracie Otto's music doc Under the Volcano. There are festivals, conferences, tributes and more in our snappy fortnightly wrap.
The first AIDC award nominees have been announced, celebrating documentarians across podcasting,TV, film, augmented reality, and virtual reality.
'An incomparable deflator of male egos and fantasies', Lesley Stern's vivid intellect made a big mark on the Australian film scene of the 80s and 90s. Remembering his own bumpy encounter, Adrian Martin expresses enduring admiration.
Championing diversity without dismantling institutional racism is like putting up a 'safe to dive' sign without doing any work to deepen the pool, writes Katrina Irawati Graham.
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