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Magnus Temple's masterclass took a sideways swoop with Canal Trip - basically a two hour tracking shot off the front of a barge.
Could we make The Jinx here? John Lewis wonders out loud.
The Australian Writers Guild dons battle armour and clanks towards a date with screen destiny in the Federal Court.
International funding has driven growth in the documentary sector for a generation, but now it looks like a game of survival.
NZ producer Julie Christie has the financial proof that she is a quiet Queen of the indy format. Here is the truth according to Touchdown Productions.
As usual Thursday looks ordinary as Nine snatches a win while the ABC will be happy but not delighted.
Here is the full text of Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason's speech to the AIDC conference in 2016.
Graeme Mason’s keynote address to AIDC 2016 signals a major crystallisation in its approach as program cuts loom.
Mark Scott has been toying with the notion of a merger between the ABC and SBS. Today that proposal became very serious. Outside his bubble, the other stakeholders will not be amused.
While so much true life large scale filmmaking wallows in exploitation, Magnus Temple makes tender series about ordinary people and their deep virtues. Here’s a glimpse of his approach.
Nine claws its way upwards, knowing it doesn't have to hide from MKR swooping from the skies, talons dripping venom, wings darkening the sun.
What happens when Independent documentary filmmaking collides with investigative journalism? Experience the joy, the obsessiveness and perhaps the pain behind The Jinx.
Take the food away from Seven and it collapses. Just like every other year. But the ferocity of its victory on other nights is a bit offputting.
The strange, shadowy story of Nihal Gupta's appointment as Chair of SBS takes another turn, as he resigns abruptly for no public reason.
Carole Sklan and Deirdre Brennan leave the ABC, while ACMI and Screen Australia offer tasty, tasty jobs.
Okay, you toads, eat this! cries Auntie as it launches a prime populist doc series and its beloved Jack Irish while Seven rests on a heap of bones.
What happens to the gentle, mysterious craft of observational documentary when it is absorbed into mainstream television and turned into reality TV?
Producer and writer Andrew Knight reflects on the real joy and frustrations of television writing as he turns Jack Irish into a full series.
Adapting a set of novels into television series is a fabulous recipe to create sequels. But what happens when the producers run out of books?
OzTam's figures kiss Seven on its wrinkled brow, and showed the awful difference between the power of drama and sport and gong shows.
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