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Screen Australia's Head of Development Nerida Moore says the Generate Fund's first year has been a roaring success.
Acting coach Miranda Harcourt, script consultant Bobette Buster and recent feature favourite Emma Booth lead the hunt for insights in the practical sessions.
The Battle of Imaginations plays out across a hundred films. Will an established swag grow, or a new treasure glitter in the lights?
On exactly the same weekend of July 27-28, AFTRS has partnered with two separate agencies in different states to focus on careers for emerging filmmakers.
Asked for a pitch to camera? Here's how to go from collywobbles to a confident smile. Just remember the eyes are the mirror to the soul.
The annual St Kilda Film Festival is about to launch with a complete package of support to engage emerging makers.
Four very different experienced creators describe their way of working in the audition process.
Private tertiary provider JMC makes sure it climaxes courses with an awards night. The showcased films highlight the best and worst of its programs.
The new Capitol is restored as a major Melbourne icon as RMIT enhances a distinctive screen education strategy.
There's not many keystrokes in a script. What happens if a writer is committed to building a story in their head before diving into the text? For Ted Chiang, wonderful stories.
Times are tough for AFTRS' commitment to social justice. It hangs in with two steps forward and one step back.
ACA’s Foundation Program delivers the vital tools and techniques emerging actors need to take the next step towards an exciting career in the industry.
Producer Lyn Norfor wrangled AFTRS students recording the event and wrote an inside account of growing change.
The directors' party was pretty good, with some ace winners from tight contests.
Some of the best recent articles on the web - chewy interviews with Walter Murch, and Wong Kar-Wai plus doc price details and an odd moment about Fury Road.
It was a week of art prize frenzy, building election madness, and strategic planning for the Australia Council we round up this week's arts news.
The long wait for competitors is almost over. The ADG is selling tickets to the awards which are unveiled on Monday 6 May in Sydney. We discover an eerie co-incidence.
In 2019, Talent Camp returns in search of new talent, new perspectives and new voices that reflect the richness and depth of contemporary Australian society.
Lilley has a new series, we have an ace reading list, Disney plans to rule the world, Brit kids overwhelmed by screens... and more
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