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Film Victoria has a new attraction incentive of $19.2 million which will be used quickly as a longer term plan evolves.
There are a LOT of free events online for film tragics coming up, from hardline technical masterclasses to the gentlest of Japanese kids' films, all signalling a new approach to reaching national audiences.
Cinemas open, feminist docs rule, production re-starts and Liam Neeson will be around town in Melbourne this month. Here's our fortnightly round-up of news, interviews and reviews.
With stimulus funding flying around, NSW pumps a substantial swag of new money into the screen sector.
'No I don’t have any data – but it’s true,' says Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg, as he turned Quibi into a Hindenburgian explosion in the digital domain.
Numbers may be cruddy but cinemagoers have solid local options to whet their tastes for community.
Famous five Bunya features go to Netflix, great Indigenous docs on DocPlay, and other options to mark a special week without leaving the house or braving crowds.
Where better than to punch out the parameters of drawing in our times than an art school? The National Art School takes the lead in establishing a centre for experimentation and engagement.
Kirk Edwards, CEO of Village Cinemas, lays out some key ways in which the industry will evolve after COVID-19, with the help of a certain magpie.
As we move towards greater gender and race inclusivity at work and in the arts, the representation of disability should not be left behind.
Alaric McAusland reveals his crusading nature which started when he was very young.
State of Play offers development funding and mentorship to strengthen and showcase the collaboration between nonfiction stories and gaming technologies to bring new documentary games to life.
The South Australian Film Corporation launches another low budget feature initiative as it glocalises content.
Ghastly though the general numbers are, Rams has beaten the COVID hoodoo and is doing well, while Dirt Music hangs in.
Never Too Late is packed with a popular local cast. The box office will be a litmus test for a familiar kind of comedy in a very traditional trope.
The feature film doomsayers are forced to retreat in confusion once again as lower budget pearlers lock horns with modestly financed Austra-Hollywood gems.
The My Cinema My Film Festival is a heart starter for ailing indy cinemas, with hopeful signs for post-Covid changes.
This clever coven of Australian filmmakers knows spooky, scary and stylish when they see it. Briony Kidd, Isabel Peppard, Donna McRae, Katrina Irawati Graham and Megan Riakos send us their recommendations.
Our fortnightly roundup of news, views and chats with fascinating people. Some very interesting deals being done. Cinemas are suffering, box office is down but we still found stacks of films to review.
A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr. becomes a rude gesture; dolphins swim in Venice’s Grand Canal; and crocodiles roam the streets of flooded Townsville – all manipulated images posted as truth.
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