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Go forth and hunt for locations, says SPA, to help areas now trashed by fire and drought.
The government has released hidden submissions to the last digital enquiry, so we discover how Netflix has armed itself to resist.
Branded entertainment forges on with charismatic megafauna, a passion for the planet and a bunch of sports tragics. This is the story of a company called THIS.
With a March 1 start date, the Australian International Documentary Conference bids for attendees with a full program.
Eight go to Berlin, AFTRS gets sharp about info intensives, gongs galore for actors, and Netflix joins Bunya to support Indigenous talent in LA.
Despite a consuming focus on name performers, this year's list in screen finds some dedicated nation changers as well.
The numbers never lie. Here is The Ginnane File, the definitive annual survey of the real performance of Australian films internationally.
A group of writers calling themselves Writing for the Environment – organised by Alys Jackson, Leah Kaminsky and Gretchen Miller – have penned an open letter to the media demanding they cease supporting climate denialism.
With the release of new guidelines for ethics for artists at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Richard Moore believes this has the potential to censor artists, as much as their art.
Screenhub and Artshub staff are about to scatter for the summer, with film and TV news coming back on Jan 14 2020.
Confused by global changes this year? We're here to help.
We pay tribute to just some of the screen workers whose lives embody part of our sector's long and winding history.
The arts and screen sectors survive the last potential attacks for the year, but there is more to come.
Buried in a surprise report, the government refuses to offer any more money to the ABC and SBS. And the sector is still under deregulation threat.
Artists across Australia are speaking up to defend our sector disappearing in the latest public service shake-up.
The easy ways of doing business with the China screen sector are disappearing, and producers need to use their brain, stay modest and build for the long term.
The Arts and Communications Squidge-up announced yesterday has caused consternation. Some possibilities are being discussed.
In a shock announcement from the Morrison Government, the Department of Arts and Communications will be incorporated into 'super department' including infrastructure, transport, and regional development.
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