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First batch of AACTA results. How can people sit through this ceremony and eat as well? So much tension!
Thursday night has all the stability of a grave. No-one in a network can be proud of this stuff.
Lion has six nominations. What about Hacksaw Ridge?
Screenwest symbolises its cuddly and collaborative dreams with a new structure and a new home.
Arts and social change company Big hART has been awarded the Tasmanian Human Rights Award for Organisation of the Year.
The ABC launched a new series of Would I Lie to You for 438,000 early evening viewers, compared to 538,000 for The Hard Quiz on Wednesday. We've had enough of lies?
Shortland and Berlin Syndrome are in the international section for Sundance 2017.
Arguably neglected, Backtrack was embraced in unison by Australia's screen sound experts at the annual awards.
The Production Designers Guild honours the crafspeople who make their dreams real. Like hillbilly engineer and exploder Tad Pride.
The last Enterprise round for 2016 allows producers to build more complicated deals.
ScreenHub probes a small ratings mystery as interest in SBS explodes in a single night. And discovers a historic moment for NITV.
Melbourne's Monsterfest celebrates those films you are ashamed to love but don't feel dirty about - it is an indy screamfest.
Last announcements for the calendar year, with Felix Media, Playmaker, Unicorn, Essential, Goalpost, Matchbox, Pictures in Paradise and Jonathan Shiff.
Sydney outfit CJZ has recruited Ten's Claire Tonkin to run its drama development process.
Lion is on its way in the US. Will we see it gather momentum? Will The Dressmaker be a stocking filler or has digital killed the physical Santa?
Increasing financial pressure, lower government revenue, a ten year review of the Offset due in 2017 - Screen Australia is searching its soul, and in public.
The topsy-turvy legalled-up logic of official co-pros is a challenge for the most exuberant producer - but here are the rules to get you through.
Behind the Dressmaker success, producer Sue Maslin remembers 'thousands and thousands of decisions, both micro and macro, that get made over the seven years leading up to this first week.'
Rule number one for a successful family film: you have to like them. Just like Seph McKenna at Roadshow.
Melbourne's Docklands will host the ultimate mashup of zany exhibition ideas with cars, under the stars, on the roof. It may be a world first.
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