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The paper recommends the creation of an 'Australian Digital Arts' content to support local theatre broadcasting alongside international productions
The half-hour documentary is based on voice recordings from around the country. It premieres next week.
This week at the box office, audiences see the classics reimagined, the familiar rendered horrific – and an Icelandic film makes an unexpected splash.
There were nearly double the entries this year, with a slew of new and established directing talent recognised. Watch these names.
An interview with the Perth-based creator, producer and director of NITV's gorgeous documentary series 'Family Rules', now in its third season.
Big gestures are being made around the world to get the studios humming but what how is the rest of the world re-starting studios and productions. This may well be a triumph of hope over common sense.
'Something is dangerously askew in the way that we are talking about race in the arts in this country, and we feel that it is time we spoke up,’ write Warwick Thornton, Tony Ayres, Rachel Perkins and others.
Greening Australia's screen industry is the goal for our best-known Impact Producer, the most recent recipient of the Natalie Miller Fellowship.
A small documentary festival in Castlemaine, pioneers in WA Rev it up, and six strangers on Zoom across Australia launch different ways of engaging audiences.
In a crazy year, here are the latest announcements of funding from Screen Australia which producers will thread through the pandemic.
Banijay, once the cuddly friend of Screentime Australia, has absorbed Shine Endemol to emerge as a modern version of King Kong.
The Inquiry Report pinpointed videogame development as a ‘new and emerging industry,' recommending federal support to increase co-investment opportunities, tax incentives, and other forms of investment.
Festivals, film openings and awards continue. This fortnight's eclectic roundup shows an industry pivoting painfully, but still alive and planning for the future.
Revitalising a CBD carpark, the Launceston Creative Precinct centres around an education facility for a next generation of digital creators, hoping to drive new creative economies to regional Australia.
Spread over four years, the money will enable the NFSA to deal with the emergency first outlined in a report entitled 'Deadline 2025'.
'Citizen Activism: Reclaiming Childhood Rights' honours three women whose activism helped bring about the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse.
Here's a few wrinkles in the latest cuts fight, from the prospects for the indy sector to the long term budget truth.
For the umpteenth time, the government stages another cliffhanger before giving community TV an extra year to do what it is told.
This week is a promising one: we have some nice debuts, more screenings, and better numbers all around, but drive-ins may prove necessary for a while.
The launch of audio description on Australia’s public broadcasters comes following almost 30 years of advocacy.
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