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Former dot.com success story and Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is now the uneasy head beneath the crown. Speculation abounds.
The Australian Writers’ Guild and the Australian Directors’ Guild have come out fighting against industry collection society Screenrights.
The screen community is hurtling through digital change. Flame Distribution's John Caldon and a pair of Ninja futurists have utterly different views of the world to come.
New research and a new lobby group in the screen sector rewrites the playbook on the approach to piracy.
OzDocs explores documentary ethics and puts the lot on Youtube, creating a kind of documentary in itself.
There's nothing like a good legal stoush to get the suits in a slow motion frenzy, and Nine has made Seven's year with its (alleged) twice cooked show.
Multicultural Australians create opera to commemorate Gallipoli in an ancient amphitheatre sacred to the memory of theatre.
Screen Queensland has slogged for nearly ten years on a budget under $10m. This year, the good fairy has broken those shackles.
Emotional shocks and grief can blow your life apart but they can also be the very thing that connects you to what it is to be human.
The AIDC is hiring a new team, has changed the management model, and is looking nationally for its conference staff.
New styles of television demand new models of creation. The emerging role of showrunner is changing the way writers work.
The SPA Ones to Watch program has become career gold for emerging screen producers in a world of churn and hype
In its stately revamp of the Enterprise scheme, Screen Australia has announced another journey to the same end.
Strong indigenous undercurrents, lots of landscape, some extreme physical challenges, and a good dash of crime.. here they come
As the arts sector faces the South Australia Budget anxiously, a screen allocation has slipped in adding another piece to the jigsaw.
Foxtel announces a game changer in production, sketches local drama future
A modest proposal to revive the documentary sector.. just with a real estate deal.
Defending a tax-based subsidy system, David Court points to cruelty of assessment based 'beauty contests'.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School is losing its internationally respected Director of Degree Programs after a single year.
Twelve projects, $13.4m and a total budget of $64.3m sustain some really interesting teams to define the possibilities for 2016.
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