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'We are just settled after a time of digital disruption. It is not the end of the world. Where to now?’ CEO/Creative Director Alice Burgin lays out the challenge of AIDC 2019.
The latest Chinese success story is doing gobsmacking numbers per cinema here and is unnoticed in the US.
The Academy is now voting for The Oscars. The Australians are hoping they go for verve rather than strictly conventional craft.
Screenwest is now headed by a fierce combination of veteran management, PR talent and quokka protection as John Driscoll is announced as Chair.
Dunford has had a wide-ranging career in digital leadership, and will be relocating from Canberra to Melbourne to take up his new role.
The story of Peppa Pig in China is an instructive tussle between capitalism in a one-party system, and the enduring power of entertainment to deliver profits.
Thrilling psychodrama, quirky Tasmanians, Netflix picks and smart podcasts to make your ears ring.
The world may not have noticed the Sundance sessions, but they are a hoot. Give yourself an hour of fun.
See-Saw Films secures major deals for Ammonite before UK production begins in March.
As the EU fights to stabilise the publishing market on the net, Vimeo has been hung out to dry as a bad citizen in the eyes of an Italian court.
Footy rules and a royal wedding makes waves, while drama continues to fight.
There are some lively films in the pipeline but Storm Boy has not set us up for a bumper year, at least so far.
Let's read the Sundance sales list to work out what flies in the evolving cinema market, and who is driving the market.
Not just a great taster for audiences, Sundance 2019 puts confident, unique and individual visions on the world stage.
Some familiar titles - even Storm Boy - but The Mule, Glass and Green Book are fresh. Instant Family is making money too.
As part of his Currency House Platform Paper, Sydney documentarian Tom Zubrycki reveals some hard truths about the role of the national broadcasters.
A lot of diversity on our screens as the Oscar favourites have been around for a while and smaller films are outlasting them. Also, Aquaman, aka Fishlips.
An unusual year as the awards went pop culture, but the modest industry toilers are there too. And an actual producer in Sue Maslin.
If you get noticed you haven't done your job, says our veteran extra, who gives us his Top Tips from behind the scenes on your favourite Australian shows.
Obsessive film buff Eloise Ross has visited Christian Marclay's 24-hour video installation in galleries around the world. It takes on new meaning in her home town.
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