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Twenty film festivals, one global fest on YouTube, and a common desire to stand up and be counted as tragics with a conscience.
We trawled the net to find learning and inspiration resources as screen organisations livestream to deal with COVID-19.
Our fortnightly wrap of ideas, announcements, opportunities and stories.
Curator Lauren Carroll Harris' utopian ideals persist in the screen sector's darkest days as she launches a follow-up to last year's 'Prototype' series.
Producer Tyson Mowarin talks about the extreme labour of love involved in making a 10-part Indigenous kids' show in the Pilbara.
Two of Australian games' peak advocacy bodies will merge in a cross-state partnership.
There is a lot at stake as the government tries to regulate Google, Facebook and the other social media companies. Is the battle real? Is democracy at stake? Is this just Murdoch rampant?
Virus + regulations brawl = frazzled lobbyists, more unity and an emerging blast of imagination.
There's never been a better time to catch up with recent, locally-made features, from Miss Fisher to The Invisible Man, In My Blood it Runs and Judy & Punch.
Pooled funding and collaborative creative thinking resulted in Victoria’s Digital Creator Program, supporting a next gen of digital makers through expert-led YouTube workshops online.
Even at a time of plague, the epidemic of friction about government media policy continues. New updates today.
Four female-led creative teams receive $20,000 for further development on TV drama series.
In a period where so many are feeling isolated, Jessie Scott describes her project as unashamedly dedicated to the city’s arts community.
The industry responds, adapts, tries to brave and hopes the internet holds up.
Indigenous Arts, Regional Arts and Support Act are the recipients of a targeted multi-million dollar package for the arts, but many still fall between cracks.
The really big question about the AFTRS frenzy of online construction is whether it can go truly national, and its industry can accept online learning into its flinty heart.
Screen Queensland lays out part one of its Coronavirus rescue program to get crew working as soon as possible. Still to come is business development and resilience.
It's totally expected, but still heartbreaking for cinephiles and the industry. The 69th MIFF will happen next year instead.
The South Australian sector had a mega-moment online, called a Virtual Town Hall Meeting. This is how it turned out.
By the time the industry finds a new normal, there will be a whole bunch of projects screaming to go. And this is just the federal contribution.
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