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The Australian Film Institute held its first awards night sixty years ago. This year we have reached a remarkable political crescendo.
Location: AFTRS in Sydney. Topic: the final WIFT survey report. Speaking: the key people. Duration: afternoon.
Agents, showrunners, Australian diffidence, hammering on the Hollywood gates - here's how producers get a Californian tan.
Glendyn Ivin & Bruce Permazel have Best Direction awards so far, while Belinda Chayko and the team of David Tranter and Steven Macgregor have the Best Screenplay gongs.
Data and diversity are central to the modern AFTRS approach, a long way from its modest and intuitive origins 45 years ago.
The Chinese are pumping out new regulations about foreign workers and productions which far outstrip our domestic controls. Will it matter?
This year's awards honours a bunch of individualist that give us hope for the future, from a knitted toy to a wise and loving lawyer
Conversations about women and power in the screen industry continue to set the agenda, and there are impressive women supporting each other.
Matthew Deaner, CEO of Screen Producers Australia, swims against the ideological tide.
Graeme Mason has Screen Australia for another five years.
The sessions at Screen Forever are pretty enticing. Here's a bunch that might make a difference to the Australian approach to satisfying an audience.
End of legal stoush creates fascinating mystery.
While we struggle with the very concept that our sector should be regulated, the Chinese have no doubt about the power of national belonging.
Uncertain times, pockets of despair, companies growing up and away - the annual Drama Report adds welcome data to the discussion.
Write and director Shane McNeil reflects on the death of his friend and colleague Quentin Kenihan who died on October 6 at the age of 43.
The Adelaide Film Festival runs a remarkable underwater cinematic spectacle which turns disability inside out and upside down
Raising children in the screen sector is hard - but there are useful initiatives that see the industry in a different way. With added SAFC programs.
Graham Freudenberg holds high the flag for decent public discourse as we hold our noses in political sludge.
Globally focused director Cate Shortland takes serious issue with our favourite fuzzy idea.
A new pilot program aims to help women in the screen industry whose careers have been impacted by parenting and caring responsibilities.
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