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Film students across Australia have been struggling to make films while locked down in isolation. The lucky ones are living with actors. QUT noticed that this is a moment in history, and went meta-doc on the times.
More couch streaming with an East Asia film fest from Italy, as Perth goes profound and perverse, and docs keep popping up to keep us Reel.
From Relic to Rams, Slim and I and Babyteeth, our updated list for COVID-19 has films to look out for on socially distanced screens.
Monster Pictures and Pictures in Paradise have created a joint venture to hypnotise cult audiences with enough pizzazz to cross over.
The Government's $250 million Arts rescue package includes a chunk to get the the screen industry moving again. Details are sketchy.
Arts sector to share in $250M COVID-19 relief package comprising new loans and grants.
In a nation-first, the South Australian state government has extended the state's post-production, digital and visual effects (PDV) rebate to the development of videogames.
Mukbang, a short film which won the director's prize at the Sydney Film Festival, has produced a pungent debate about racism and cultural appropriation.
With insurers poisoning the well, industry sector advocates point out this problem is highly exaggerated.
Some films just keep pushing through even though the selection of finalists for each festival may be very different. As in The Egg.
Free diving, performative eating, vagina power and the horrors of internet stardom—all the winners at the virtual edition of the Sydney Film Festival are touched by the social web.
Gaming culture fest PAX will run online from 12-20 September. The 9 day expo will host familiar events in a whole new way.
Federal Labor MPs Tim Watts and Clare O'Neil took to Twitch to play a chaotic co-operative game and discuss the state of the local industry.
Some Australian films slot into schedule, the Senate passes call for local content obligations on streamers, and much more in our fortnightly wrap.
Porchlight Films, a key Sydney-based company woven into the careers of so many screen people, has left the fray.
The world will not be transformed by this moment of Parliamentary approval, but at least the Senate seems to get the point, even if the PM doesn't.
The ten Australian films vying for the $10,000 Documentary Prize are a quietly effective bunch, revealing much about the evolution of the sector.
A good week for classics, but as cinemas start to reopen the charts might be creeping towards a new normal.
Australians are used to doing well at prime kids' TV moment the international Prix
Jeunesse Awards. But this is the first time producers can accept them in their jarmies.
It's possible to view the best of this pared-down program and not see a single film by a man. Critic Adrian Martin enjoyed a broad sample.
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