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A TV adaptation of 'Ladies in Black', a new feature film for Khoa Do, and a 12-part feminist political TV drama set in 2045 are among the projects being developed.
From a fighting nurse and the majesty of rivers to a dynamic duo of New Zealanders, here is some news to gladden our hearts.
Mardi Gras goes to Sydney Cricket Ground for safety, two live action series for ABC Kids, and conferences, festivals, opinions and more.
Neither the government nor Facebook has fought quite this kind of battle before. No matter who won, Facebook looked pretty ludicrous as it whacked innocent parties which included the screen sector.
The Facebook news ban is being lifted but what did the shutdown mean for small arts organisations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
There will be a lot of hard tussling over the proposed reinvention of the sector in 2021. Screen Forever offered a taste of the issues.
With a unique overview, Alice Burgin concludes that 'good, good people with the right attitude can make huge amounts of change.'
The Emerging Screenwriters' Incubator will be run in partnership with screen bodies, providing 18 diverse screenwriters with employment in top notch Australian production companies over the next three years.
Who thought of this? The ALP's opportunity to comment on huge changes in sector regulation turns into a fireside chat about favourite films.
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The game is far from over, but the Minister's speech at Screen Forever 2021 points to a whole new casino for industry funding.
Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife will world premiere at SXSW, along with Gracie Otto's music doc Under the Volcano. There are festivals, conferences, tributes and more in our snappy fortnightly wrap.
The first AIDC award nominees have been announced, celebrating documentarians across podcasting,TV, film, augmented reality, and virtual reality.
'An incomparable deflator of male egos and fantasies', Lesley Stern's vivid intellect made a big mark on the Australian film scene of the 80s and 90s. Remembering his own bumpy encounter, Adrian Martin expresses enduring admiration.
Championing diversity without dismantling institutional racism is like putting up a 'safe to dive' sign without doing any work to deepen the pool, writes Katrina Irawati Graham.
GetUp has made a half hour program about the attacks on the ABC. It is smart, and gripping and will get you in the feels.
Watch these names and faces. You need them on your radar.
Run this year in the Famous Spiegeltent, Flickerfest puts a bunch of new short films before the public eye. They are always fine indicators of rising careers.
AIDC CEO moving on after this year's conference; Big Ant Studios sold to French company; narrative designer callout, and Aussie films rules the box office in this edition of the news in brief.
From new forms of media to honouring elders, this year's award list is muted but touched with joy and melancholy.
Under the pressure of the pandemic, Screen Producers Australia has put together a tight, pungent program for its belated 2020 conference.
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