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This week in the news, Alex West joines Screen Aus, Nitram, Zola and The Drovers' Wife to feature at MIFF, and the games industry's biggest month.
The former rugby player turned novelist, screenwriter and actor is now directing his first feature, 'Transfusion' starring Sam Worthington and Phoebe Tonkin.
What's Warwick up to next with AMC? How good are the latest local TV dramas? And why do Dota's elves have Australian accents? Read our quick bites for answers to all these questions and more.
In a small but monumental moment, the screen sector has released its 21st century approach to health and safety. It is a key document.
Even introverts can shine in their own ways. Challenge your fears and put yourself out there with these ideas from publicist Karen Eck.
This week in the news, the sector reels from the one-two punch of a botched media reform policy process, and a second Victorian lockdown. Plus, reviews for Resident Evil Village, The Unusual Suspects, Mare of Easttown and more.
Melbourne productions call out the Groundhog Gang to go back into lockdown, but the horror is muted by routine.
Inspired by Natalie Miller, Sue Maslin says we need more women taking the leap into positions of financial and creative power in the screen industry.
The industry needs to get comfortable with having uncomfortable conversations around race, says young Chinese-Australian producer Annie Thiele, offering suggestions for positive change.
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Plus a round-up of all the week's news and reviews from the world of Australian film, television and games.
Here's your chance to watch, remember, respect, and take action with some inspiring viewing options, from feature film 'My Name is Gulpilil' to a Virtual Indigenous Film Festival and fresh docs on NITV.
Automated CV scanners use very blunt tools to cull applicants. Here are some tips to get yours seen by human eyes.
This week in the news: The Yield optioned by Tony Briggs, Amazon funds 7 new local productions, Screen Aus portions out $5.6million, abuse at 2k Australia uncovered, and the nascent game workers union.
Diverse TV drama writers are invited to apply for this joint initiative from SBS, Screen Australia, the Writers' Guild and state agencies.
Our weekly wrap of news, reviews, interviews and opinions, from budget analysis to a chat with Mortal Kombat's director and podcast recommendations for Strong Songs.
How do you speak up for the rights of others when you don't have job security? Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins enlists some experts for advice.
Victoria’s screen industry, encompassing film, television and videogames, today received a large investment commitment as part of a four-year strategy to help the state compete internationally.
It's a big week for film festivals with a new director for BIFF, MIFF opening apps for 37 South Market and Critics Campus 2021, SFF opening a new Indigenous Fellowship, and Doc Edge's program announcement.
Writer Glen Dolman and director Luke Eve use the structure of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl rom-com to tell a story of mental illness, with mixed results, says Mel Campbell.
Sending that scary email could change your life. The Media Mentor shows you how, with practical templates to get you started.
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