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More diffuse in focus, this season expands the world of its haunted characters, but maintains a tender truth at its heart.
Pooled funding and collaborative creative thinking resulted in Victoria’s Digital Creator Program, supporting a next gen of digital makers through expert-led YouTube workshops online.
Bushwhacked by the virus, caught up in the fight about commercial TV quotas, the government releases the Options Paper about regulation. What does it contain?
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Even at a time of plague, the epidemic of friction about government media policy continues. New updates today.
NZ author, playwright and poet Dominic Hoey offers a 'live streaming for dummies' guide.
As the coronavirus outbreak forces the closure of museums, art galleries, libraries and theatres around the word, the concept of 'on demand culture' is gaining momentum.
Right now, robust companies are vital. Starting with Lingo Pictures, we are holding a series of discussions with the creators of great screen companies.
As the videoconferencing tool gains popularity during COVID-19, we look over the privacy issues you should know about.
Four female-led creative teams receive $20,000 for further development on TV drama series.
Keeping community connected is the goal for the Melbourne Cinémathèque, but there's no pretense it's ideal.
With programs, performances and exhibitions all moving online, how do we filter what’s good and what’s not? And how has streaming changed art criticism?
In a period where so many are feeling isolated, Jessie Scott describes her project as unashamedly dedicated to the city’s arts community.
The industry responds, adapts, tries to brave and hopes the internet holds up.
Indigenous Arts, Regional Arts and Support Act are the recipients of a targeted multi-million dollar package for the arts, but many still fall between cracks.
The really big question about the AFTRS frenzy of online construction is whether it can go truly national, and its industry can accept online learning into its flinty heart.
How are arthouse and indy filmmakers going to function with no real-world festivals? They could be better off with online events, according to a discussion in New York.
Let's take a look at some classic Aussie TV that might have flown under your radar, from Seachange to Black Comedy.
Screen Queensland lays out part one of its Coronavirus rescue program to get crew working as soon as possible. Still to come is business development and resilience.
It's totally expected, but still heartbreaking for cinephiles and the industry. The 69th MIFF will happen next year instead.
Working on the COVID-19 frontline as a first responder, the director of 'Jirga' offers hope to other storytellers facing their fears.
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