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The former Go Betweens violinist and longtime screen composer talks AACTA wins for Brazen Hussies and Babyteeth, juggling jobs, facing fears and why she wishes LESS music was used in film and TV.
Screen Forever moves online, ACMI's set to reopen, and classy Australian films screen at cinemas. Here's what you need to know this fortnight.
Nerves are normal and part of our human conditioning. These simple strategies can help you shine at your next audition, job interview or live presentation.
Without entering a cinema since February, the film critic's viewing ranged globally, with favourites including sublime Australian shorts, old television comedy and new films from Steve McQueen, Pablo Larraín and Kosovo's Antoneta Kastrati.
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.
Maintaining sanity was a key theme in this year's most popular career articles as we pivoted, pirouetted and battled Zoom-exhaustion. Nurturing tender creative shoots and backing ourselves with good PR was also essential.
Tax, residuals, collapsing budgets, the dangers of streaming deals – the Australian Guild of Screen Composers finds tears in the sugar of recovery.
The deadline for the AIDC awards for completed projects is December 16, as the organisation embraces the power of competition.
We're heading back to cinemas; Causeway's supernatural horror comes home from Serbia; and awards, opportunities and opinions abound in this final instalment of News in Brief for 2020.
Suzie Miller's quietly spectacular international career in theatre, informed by an education in science, law and theatre, adds a prime AWGIE to her mantelpiece.
The public argument about the Martin Bryant project is very close to home for the screen sector. Should we be prejudged? Are some ideas beyond the pale?
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Our democratic hearts would love to see a broad sprinkling of glory but two productions dominated. All the winners are listed here and congratulations to them.
It's back to the future as the government lays out plans for two new media sector support funds, extracting cash from the streaming companies, and nagging the government broadcasters. All without paying for it.
Wringing blood from the budget stone the public broadcasters lay out their wares for the year ahead. Our fortnightly round-up of news, interviews and opinions from Australian film, TV and games.
Combine the strange rules of screen production research with a pandemic and the resulting space-time ruckus is a true headache. We suffer so you don't have to.
Hear the rumbles across the bridge to tomorrow? It is Screen Forever rolling out its first international mega-guests.
Behind the recent Film Victoria $33.8M incentive announcements is a genteel rethink of the whole organisation. Double the games support, ecosystem thinking, and a low budget feature strand are in play.
Fake regulations, or an act of mercy to beleaguered broadcasters – either way, the game is over, for now.
Film Victoria has a new attraction incentive of $19.2 million which will be used quickly as a longer term plan evolves.
Cinemas open, feminist docs rule, production re-starts and Liam Neeson will be around town in Melbourne this month. Here's our fortnightly round-up of news, interviews and reviews.
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