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First tool to advance the frustrated Australian feature sector is clear thinking, backed by co-operation. Here's a good start.
Screenrights loses a veteran who has presided over enormous changes over twenty years. Expect Simon Lake to surface for new roles in the future.
Elizabeth W. Scott has been named Executive Director, Create NSW, heading up the State’s peak arts and screen organisation.
Tony Ayres has walked away from Matchbox Pictures to become a global player. Here's why.
The Nine and Fairfax deal is logical and prudent for shareholders etc, but what about the real stakeholders, the citizens who need the news?
Shifting from Arts to an Industry portfolio, the SAFC is making interesting appointments.
For an artist, death is not final if the work lives on beyond personal memory. Editor Suresh Ayyar's friends search the essence of his touch in an extended collection of clips.
Screen Producers Australia tells Parliament about freelancing, creativity, the brain drain and the gig economy.
Mia Wasikowska held an audience spellbound with a short speech at AFTRS about her understanding of story. Here is the text, which is pretty special.
AFTRS commissioned eight prominent screen creators to reveal what story means to them. it was a cunning plot to address the idea of 'Australian stories' in a genuine, personal way.
Fifteen Victorian women get professional and leadership development, find keys to growth behind the scenes.
The sector had its best reception for a long time in Parliament on Tuesday, with a long way to go.
Who is nominated? You can work out who got left out. And why is the Writers' Guild fiddling with the format? And can it entice the writer directors?
Beyond the industry's economic value, we are deep in a battle about scale which sees big as best but small is vital.
New Curator for UQ, new Chair for Experimenta, CEO to leave Australian Booksellers Association, Exec Director leaves WA arts chamber and more.
Sandy George honoured by Fiona Cameron while Screenhub calls for her role to continue.
It was probably a foregone conclusion, but the NSW government comes through with the incentives for the large scale productions.
The arts bureaucrats keep hustling for greatness. Does it work? In screen at least, the festival directors have serious reservations.
Warner Bros offers emerging Australian writers a way out of the Australian cage. To find, of course, a much bigger cage but it has many attractions.
Jill Bilcock, Chris Freeman and Alison Niselle are the true industry figures in this year's nominations, representing the crafts of editing, the law and screenwriting. Nice.
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