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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.
In the grand tradition of Australian federalism, the NSW government makes the rules of the production 'hood absolutely clear.
ABC marches wearily on, its pack full of bills, as the ALP goes back to the future with its single promise.
Regulations to control cultural content on VOD services reaching Europe are deepening battle lines in Australia.
The NSW goverment releases the results of the Xmas 2015 round which includes Cleverman 2 and something which will go off with a bang.
Three new(ish) faces at Screen NSW are a real sign of changing times.
Fascinating results for key awards as the judges resolutely cut their own path to directorial excellence.
New ABC head Michelle Guthrie commits to an ABC free of either commercials or subscription services, and stays out of the traps so churlishly prepared by a variety of Senators.
Against the odds, many local cinemas continue to prosper. The key is community, and this is how they make it happen.
With an election approaching, the sector is dancing the non-partisan two-step, though the tune itself is a bit sinister.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing intellectual property (IP) protection for creatives.
Unperturbed but reinforced, the screen sector will mostly do the same but sometimes with more money in the new government's approach to the arts.
Iconoclastic US showrunner and writer talks his favourite series, Latino culture, magic realism, superheroes, comics and diversity as an evolutionary strategy. And laughs a lot.
Is the agency obsession with credits and bolting more experienced practitioners onto projects finally waning? Gender Matters is a pretty clear hint.
The nominations list for the Australian Directors' Guild Awards for 2016 puts the proudest community in the screen sector on display again.
Deanne Weir is now the Executive Director Channel Aggregation and Wholesale for Foxtel.
In a lovely moment, thirteen Australian docs go to Hot Docs this year as part of a special focus. But there is one very odd thing about the selection...
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