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Rebel Wilson puts the petty Australian press behind her, while Top End Wedding soothes the soul and Shakespeare wears slippers.
The Sydney Film Festival's selection of Australian films take our collective imagination down a twistier hole than ever before.
$150 million to employ artists in schools as part of a scheme to foster young people’s creativity, and restoring Australia Council funding to pre-2013 levels are among the new policy announcements.
The directors' party was pretty good, with some ace winners from tight contests.
Strong social media, enthusiastic audiences, a cautious but substantial release leads to a first weekend which promises a slow but thorough march through the market.
With David Anderson given the nod as MD of the ABC, four pundits gave their views on whether he's ready to lead.
Some of the best recent articles on the web - chewy interviews with Walter Murch, and Wong Kar-Wai plus doc price details and an odd moment about Fury Road.
It was a week of art prize frenzy, building election madness, and strategic planning for the Australia Council we round up this week's arts news.
The Cannes Film Festival is a strange beast, buried in sidebars with prizes of their own. Screen Australia provides a rundown and we ask some supplementary questions.
An ABC doco asks hard questions with a charming face, plus The Other Two, Special, and a grand Scorsese finale for Australia's longest-running film podcast.
A Samstag commission will see the artists who gave us feral mashup 'Terror Nullius' presenting new work 'Netsploits' in Adelaide next year.
Sydney Film Festival stays close to home for its opening night in 2019.
Avengers scythes across the landscape like a steampunk nightmare, but small films stand tall and pull through.
Cinematographer Meg White has turned her anguish into art talking about her anx. She hopes that talking more openly about mental health in the workplace will bring relief for others.
To watch anything in the cinema at the moment you have to push your way past Avengers: Endgame. How did it take over? What else is around?
The long wait for competitors is almost over. The ADG is selling tickets to the awards which are unveiled on Monday 6 May in Sydney. We discover an eerie co-incidence.
Has the country given up on imagination? Box office totals are mediocre, though Hotel Mumbai still carries itself with modest pride.
The science and commercial logic of internet stats are not your friend - as providers to Amazon Prime Video are finding out.
Michele Rowland, the Shadow Minister for Communications will speak at a SPA event at Fox Studios on Wed 1 May.
As the only source of political satire on Australian TV, the national broadcaster faces the polls without The Chaser, John Clarke, Micallef or Gruen.
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