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Has the Chinese industry broken into the richest genre of all? They would love to de-Americanise science fiction but that is a tough ask.
AFL star Adam Goodes, screen matriarch Freda Glyn, Juliette Binoche, Holliday Grainger, Dev Patel and a dog called Money glide onto the silver screen. It's SF 2019.
Emergency co-hosts stir up ABC comedy, plus Hang Ups, You Can't Ask That and some strictly Adults Only animation on Netflix.
Australia is known to be a tough market for horror, but when it approves the cash comes like a massive hive of bees. You can hear the buzz for Us deep in the Tanami Desert.
Can Ride Like a Girl beat the sports film hoodoo and pull a crowd in September? UPDATE: some answers from Transmission.
A big week of dedications, key note speakers, funding wins and call outs for help.
The streaming media wars just got worse as Apple enters the fray. But Apple may be too inward looking to be much use to us.
Here's a feast of tight, gripping, intelligent films to leave you gasping and intrigued. Flawed maybe, but pure cinema.
Beatrice Neumann talks development ahead of her Screen Tank program that preferences emerging women creators.
Deborah Mailman strengthens the industry side of the board, and brings an important voice from a wider, grittier Australia.
Covering vast distances, the Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival poses unique challenges, but festival director Britt Guy isn't complaining.
Compendium film project The Wisdom Line celebrates one of our great rock/ethnographic film composers and activists, David Bridie.
Hotel Mumbai has not picked up while the palpable sense of horror about Christchurch remains. But the US could do much better.
In one historic deal, the cheerful mouse of Disney now looks like a really fat rat. But rats are great survivors, the environment is brutal and evolution has cruel rules.
The Cult of the Family, Ricky Gervais' After Life and Esther Perel's Where Should We Begin? are among our picks this week.
The ABC's Head of Scripted talks about the challenges of scheduling a new 30-part drama. Call it soap if you want, she says, just watch it.
The story of Netflix in Brazil is a partial template for emerging countries, and collides with dangerous political territory.
Hotel Mumbai makes a medium splash for a small picture, as Captain Marvel dips but continues to dominate.
Prosperity for sole trader artists is about some business knowledge pumped up with a good dose of empowerment. Enter Monica Davidson, expert and veteran.
'We went home, tightened it, practiced and practiced and practiced, and then forgot it all when we delivered it!’ - Isaac Elliott.
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