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The Victorian government brings triennial security to a pair of key industry conferences.
The Australian International Documentary Conference begins to take shape on the long run to 5 March, 2017.
Long form drama, aka television, is clearly where the action is at in purely economic terms, while overseas drama beat local film production too.
Given the malign influence of George Brandis on the arts, it is a pleasure to report a good news story from his department.
The International Emmies, the Heart of Gold winners, two compelling shorts from an Optus competition, and the next version of the Sydney Film Festival/Lexus prize..
Young and sexy Australian Centre for the Moving Image is gaining on its established cultural neighbour, the National Gallery of Victoria.
The Code 2, Barracuda, Ali's Wedding, Jasper Jones and Mary, the Making of a Princess give their writers a moment of glory.
Staff movements at Screen Producers Australia as the organisation wrestles with frustrating policy environment.
Tickets for the AACTAs are seriously expensive. Let's go through and work out what you get for each level.
The Northern Territory sector is in limbo as it waits to find out if the ALP will honour its commitment to a dramatic funding increase.
The rumbles about the Amazing Shrinking Board at Screen Australia are true, and the revitalisation is lack lustre at best.
Australian International Documentary Conference works through staff changes before the planning becomes intense.
The local screen industry is getting serious about careers for people with disabilities, as a new Screen NSW program demonstrates.
This week Women in Film and Television Victoria took stock of diversity and gender matters with a panel which made the barriers and frustrations all too real.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
Scripted Ink is both a funding source and a game changer, created between the Australian Writers' Guild and NCIS showrunner Shane Brennan.
In 1999 there were only two Indigenous actors on Australian TV; that figure has thankfully increased, but diversity lags in other key areas.
Britt Arthur, the CEO and Conference Director of AIDC, is leaving in November.
While UK producers will face European barriers familiar to Australians, Brexit brings a heap of deeper problems too.
This year’s Queens Birthday Honours in the screen sector are a modest haul, though both the honorees are truly irrepressible.
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