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From a scary creature to a singing prison, the ADG awards were a sustained tribute to Neighbours, Andrew Lesnie, Paul Cox and honest craft.
Quotas? Professional pathways? Clear metrics of success? Arts managers consider a range of options to increase cultural and gender diversity in the arts.
Not your average call-out: FremantleMedia Australia wants crazed audacity from dreamers on an international canvas.
Australian filmmakers are reaching for the visceral to claim $620,000 for 16 projects from the screen development fund.
Superheros are now ubiquitous across multiple media platforms; but how long before they come crashing down to Earth?
An audio description trial on ABC's iView brings stories to life for people with vision impairment.
Luck, patience or cultural smarts? Larry Zetlin proves that the long haul works to make documentaries in China.
December Media gains Stuart Menzies, goes back to the future and chews on hard broadcaster lessons.
Six docs, $2.7m, into a total of almost $87.3m. Yes, the factual sector is crucial to the industry.
The internet is corroding traditional television watching, right? Television will be fundamentally different in a decade, Yes?
Learning to channel envy constructively can help illuminate a road map of where we want to take our artistic and creative career.
Malcolm Fraser was the last of the political leaders who presided over the rebirth of film and the expansion of Australian television.
In the tiny pool of senior execs of substantial production companies, Screentime has netted Rory Callaghan.
Is the screen sector's passion for secrecy pathological? Here is an argument that transparency is not just possible, but a power for good.
A key SBS amendment is unlikely to get through Parliament - and the results could be catastrophic.
Conversation equals wealth if you know how to leverage casual encounters into marketing opportunities.
On Thursday, the Chair of SBS Nihal Gupta apeared at a special hearing of a Senate Estimates Committee. The subject was him.
Best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert took aim at the often-paralysing traits of fear and perfectionism in her talk on "How to be creative" at the All About Women festival this week.
Screen Australia outflanks broadcasters again - this time in drama.
We decode the legal-speak and debunk the myths to give you the essentials of what you need to know about creativity and copyright.
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