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This month, Artshub and Screenhub's picks range from silly to serious, with the critic's pick for Best Foreign Film at the Oscar's, Bangarra's Firestarter on the big screen, and some nostalgic laughs to round it out.
Getting started is hard, but fortune favours the relentless. Also, you should get cracking on LinkedIn, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins.
While the blockbusters belt each other in a flurry of scales and floppy ears, local sci-fi movie Ascendant tries to claim some attention in the undergrowth.
Ironically enough, Ascendant – a film in which a young woman is trapped in an elevator – also has a good film inside it trying to get out, writes Anthony Morris.
Catch up with our fortnightly round-up of news, views, announcements and reviews from the world of Australian film, TV and games.
Michael Hawkins, the face of peak cinema operator body NACO, is confident that the big exhibitors will get a piece of the pie.
Any dreams that audiences would flood back into cinemas over Easter were deflated by good weather and a lack of blockbuster choice.
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.
Raya and the Last Dragon, Chaos Walking, and Peter Rabbit 2 lead a surprisingly strong lineup for kids at Australian cinemas this April.
Mr X, a SA Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) studio, has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for its work on Love and Monsters.
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.
'Disney: The Magic of Animation' comes to ACMI in May, bringing over 500 unique Disney artworks to Australia for the first time.
High octane monsters blast across the screen just as the Australian films reach the end of their run.
The indie exhibitors tug regional heartstrings to get support funds while multiplexes left out in the cold.
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.
Australian input to the global 48 Hour Film Project is back, at least in Adelaide with a crazed weekend of massed production.
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.
Gathering momentum after a string of glowing international reviews, this little independent film has big impact, says Anthony Morris.
Peter Rabbit 2 wanders further from its charming source material and is an intermittently unpleasant franchise film about the unpleasantness of franchise storytelling.
Exhibitors will lose a lot of money over Disney's hard line about streaming its prime content. But local audiences may tell the Mouse to rack off.
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