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The international growth of the BBC is part of a transformation in broadcasting networks which feeds on the need for truth and objectivity.
A slate of new Australian films dominates the first glance at our oldest and biggest festival.
The annual St Kilda Film Festival is about to launch with a complete package of support to engage emerging makers.
The new Men in Black is on top here but sagging round the world as we wait for the Secret Life of Pets and Toy Story 4. Adults are depressed.
Few surprises in the Sydney Film Festival prizes for 2019, as growth looks fine as auteur directors find their success has a dark side.
We now have a proper industry wide code to deal with discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying.
Globalisation is not just about markets. As the Asia Pacific Screen Awards show, we can support our neighbours whose productions are truly difficult.
Four very different experienced creators describe their way of working in the audition process.
No one should like what they see in this shocking documentary portrait of racism in Australian sport, says Sarah Ward.
Award-winning comic web series Over and Out, Netflix sci fi movie I Am Mother and ABC iView's State of the Union are just some of this week's Hivemind picks.
The present day-with-a-twist anthology series is best when it avoids easy moralising and keeps us in a spin.
Hemsworth and Thompson are a good double act but not enough to save this sci fi comedy reboot.
Private tertiary provider JMC makes sure it climaxes courses with an awards night. The showcased films highlight the best and worst of its programs.
We've made a few changes to Screenhub's homepage, bringing forward reviews and putting more articles upfront.
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About 100,000 people went to see a non-blockbuster movie this last long weekend in Australia. That is less than a footy audience on Foxtel. But Top End Wedding hangs in.
Emotionally harrowing, richly textured and politically relevant, Chernobyl champions truth-telling - as long as it makes for a good story, says Mel Campbell.
From high-profile actors and established producers to community champions of music and dance, members of the creative industries have been recognised for their contributions to Australian culture.
Podcasts have been booming with both Audiocraft and indiepodfest appearing to celebrate their various facets.
Ita Buttrose, Fiona Cochrane, Suzanne Baker, Sigrid Thornton, Ray Argall, Kerry Heysen-Hicks, Eric Bana and Ken Sutcliffe all have very clear beliefs.
The new Capitol is restored as a major Melbourne icon as RMIT enhances a distinctive screen education strategy.
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