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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.
AFTRS launches a new initiative of tailored seminars to deal with fast-moving areas of knowledge.
There are good reasons why Little Women is a remarkable film, which are surely worth honouring.
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A three day conference as part of Adelaide Fringe is exploring the future of storytelling through immersive technology, virtual reality and the convergence of theatre, screen production and gaming.
Let's look at who's sitting pretty in the Aussie box office, as Oscars season starts to heat up.
Travelling on their musical skills, three creative Australians cross the Pacific and prosper.
Bong Joon-ho’s Golden Globes acceptance speech elucidated a contradiction; while film audiences across the world are consuming more non-English language films, there is a persistent resistance to subtitles.
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.
From Shakespeare to a red dress, this Ned Kelly is a wonderful reworking of a grand narrative, if a bit mumbly, according to Chris Boyd.
From Ned Kelly to Miss Fisher, via Helen Reddy, Bangarra, The Invisible Man and The Dry there's a lot to look out for on the big screen.
Want optimism? Crowd pleaser H is for Happiness is into Berlin, along with four really modest shorts.
Channel Manager Tanya Orman invites all Australians to enjoy the Indigenous broadcaster's distinctive programming on this fraught national day.
From the Melbourne Women in Film Festival, to protest art in Hong Kong, and survey exhibitions by George Gittoes, Carolyn Eskdale and Agathe Gothe-Snape, it is a big week of arts news.
Lynette Wallworth delivers a pungent speech confronting the Davos World Economic Forum with our experience of a land on fire.
Filmmakers of all ages and levels of experience create with rare collection items when they enter the State Library of NSW’s 2020 Shortstacks competition.
A local gym comes alive with video installations exploring the body, discipline, endurance and community.
2019 was an audience-friendly year for the screen sector. How did they respond?
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.
Smart policy, cultural pride and an Asian language puts Korean cinema at the heart of change. Here's an excellent potted history.
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