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Footy rules and a royal wedding makes waves, while drama continues to fight.
31 Jan 2019
The absence of the menopause in popular culture shows that it remains taboo – and women pay the price
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The British Netflix series marks the surprising and endearing return of teen fiction into mainstream entertainment, and Adrian Martin is loving it.
The new Australian Netflix series is committed to the pursuit of visual pleasure. Mel Campbell surrenders to its siren song.
We're watching the ultimate Australia Day film on SBS, catching documentary Fyre and tuning in to Netflix for some Sex Education and more.
22 Jan 2019
Netflix Spent $12 Billion on Content in 2018. Analysts Expect That to Grow to $15 Billion This Year says Variety.
On our radar this week are Australian series The Family Law and Bloom, and Netflix Originals Shirkers and Private Life. Also, NITV curates a ripper collection in the lead-up to Australia Day.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2018.
Pull down the blinds, turn off the phone and prepare for a holiday binge. Here are some suggestions from Stan, Netflix, iView and more.
Respectable Auntie, straightforward John Edwards, the handy fists of Les Norton - the ABC takes a punt it won't be wowsered in 2019
The writer and show runner of Doc Martin, Robin Hood and Knightfall gave candid insights into his process and motivation at Screen Forever.
SBS takes it out On the Ropes, Seven Plus offers catchup for the AACTA Awards, plus Cargo and a Radio National podcast devoted to all things screen.
Television expert Gus Howard attended the sessions about Netflix like an ace detective. Here is his dossier.
Why are the best female characters bad girls and anti-heroes? Our report on the juiciest panel at Screen Forever.
Women are fighting behind bars in Wentworth, wrestling in GLOW and swiping right on Tinder in a YouTube comedy. We threw in a Coen Brothers western for testosterone.
As a veteran producer, Gus Howard brought a trained, practical eye to Screen Forever 2018. Here are his general observations.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s range of Summer Intensive and Industry Certificate courses will help you develop relevant and practical skills to progress your career in Australia’s expanding media industry.
Does this add up to a revolution? Time will tell.
Elena Ferrante's lush literary adaptation, an Australian documentary streaming service and some deep-digging true crime podcasts. Another eclectic selection from our headquarters.
Evidence suggests that the dramatic portrayal of suicide can impact on vulnerable audiences, including contributing to increases in copy-cat incidents and a reduction in help-seeking behaviour.
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