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Unable to create true reform from within, former Head of ABC TV calls for new government mechanisms to ensure ABC accountability to fundamental cultural policy.
The American Essentials festival doing the rounds through May is curated by Richard Sowada, as a challenge and a temptation to Australian filmmakers.
Arts organisations are ‘snow blind’ with demographic data that fails to explain what really makes audiences buy tickets. There is a smarter alternative.
How do the Best and Outstanding categories line up at the Logies? Which production companies triumphed? Why the unicycle?
In her film Cameraperson, Kirsten Johnson confronts the sequences that challenge her understanding of her craft, her morality and the human condition.
It’s your last chance for this weekend’s INTRO TO VR in Sydney, WRITING FOR TV (10 weeks, online) starting next week, and INTERNATIONAL MARKET STRATEGY in Melbourne next Thursday, presented by Screen Producers Australia (SPA) in conjunction with AFTRS.
Straddling the worlds of finance and social activism, Ian Darling has shaped theatre and art and changed the future of documentary.
The Adelaide Film Festival pulls another rabbit out of its synergistic hat with Hybrid World Adelaide, and a commitment to finance films for both a 2017 and 2018 festival.
Exhibition major Village Roadshow creates a new rewards program and reveals the changing logic of the modern cinema experience.
A discussion between generations of women tells a 42 year story of the fight for gender equality in the Australian screen sector.
The short film was once the golden key to success but Screen Australia's approach has changed enormously. In disrupted times, is this a tragedy or an opportunity?
After the Ghost Times, when it hardly had a board at all, Screen Australia now has the full functioning thing. Not likely to dance on the boardroom table, however.
While the government and private networks spread further and further across the popular/industry voting divide, the audiences still like very different programs.
Virtual reality enables the audience perspective to leave the stalls and become part of the action in a boundary-smashing collaboration between choreography and screen.
What happens when we watch a performance or experience a piece of art? The AFTRS is using modern science to provide answers which make sense to creators.
Bentley Dean talks about how the film Tanna came together. Pigs and kava were involved.
US producer Amy Hobby provides a wealth of experience about the changing landscape of festivals, and the tools to fight for recognition.
Torn from the headlines, but evergreen too - print media chats up short film makers with a contradiction.
At $156m, Lion has now beaten Hacksaw Ridge's $150m around the world - if we leave out China where it is not running.
The annual speech from Screen Australia at AIDC is a chance to reflect on both the business and the state of the community.
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