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Aaron Burton looks at the TV projects created in response to COVID-19 locally, and around the world.
Starting on Friday 29 May, the New Zealanders are bathing in sessions about documentary craft and passion. Australians can join in, several hours later each day until June 1.
The program is now out for the online edition of SFF, provoking us to look under the hood with CEO Leigh Small.
Like other Guild groups, the Australian Directors Guild has surveyed its members to find realistic figures about unemployment to pitch against the government's fantasies. Here they are.
SBS keeps doing inventive and lean under the policy radar but the pandemic will force it to confront an ugly finance problem in public.
A quiet week as cinemas look forward and hold breath. First peek at Dirt Music and production protocols for the new world.
The virus-inspired Pivot melts into all the other Pivots deployed by state agencies to reflect the mega-Pivots around broadband. So change is piling on change.
COVID-19 shut down the world. Now restrictions are loosening, how will cinemas bounce back?
Developing the right protocols are the key to enticing producers to production centres here and around the world.
Producer Belinda Dean and writer Emily Dash talk about their Digital Originals project and developing a character who happens to live with disability.
A new feature film from Baz Lurhmann, an adaptation of a Melina Marchetta novel and online sci-fi comedy series from Adele Vuko are among the highlights.
Laura Davidson, a chartered accountant and treasurer for WIFT Victoria, gives us notes from her online seminar.
The Australian stage and screen actor, whose work included roles in The Devil’s Playground and The Dismissal, has died of a heart attack aged 80.
Mark Ruse, key Melbourne indy producer, brought grace and generosity to the hard craft of comedy.
Bittorrent traffic is much higher than Facebook around most of the world – just one of our tasty list of international factoids to map the times.
If the three step plan announced by the government is supposed to get the economy moving, this is a very cautious move.
The Melbourne International Film Festival, known for its commanding sprawl over 17 days, has gone boutique, digital and national in a huge internal rebuild.
A new campaign supports Australian content, big film festivals go online and plethora of talks and forums to keep you connected.
A quarter of all arts and recreation jobs are now gone. Only eatery and hotel staff are worse off. And many creative people work in both.
The annual games conference held during Melbourne International Games Week has changed its theme to reflect this year of pandemic.
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