In the know? Seen a great show? Think you have a better idea?
Hit the contribute button now to share your story
Become a Student member
Become a screenhub member
Do you want to drive awareness of your event to an engaged audience?
Do you want access to a ticketing solution?
Now you can do both on screenhub.com.au
Showing all news in Latest News
The producers behind Bob’s Burgers and Superwog are joining forces on Princess Bento Studio, which will create 150 full-time technical and creative jobs in Victoria’s animation sector.
Five projects have gained a share of $60,000 funding through Screen Tasmania as part of the state’s Cultural and Creative Industries Recovery Strategy.
Wyrmwood Apocalypse wraps shoot, while George Clooney and Julia Roberts have tickets to paradise in Queensland production boom. A grab bag of news, views, opinions and announcements.
Keynoted by Screen Australia's Head of Indigenous and featuring over 40 speakers across three days, the Forum seeks to unite the industry that COVID scattered.
The Originate program is a new venture in diversity which brings some agency energy into bespoke development and low budget features.
Franklin Leonard, creator of The Black List script tool, talks diversity and fake woke in the script development process with Benjamin Law.
PAX Aus have announced the festival will be held in person this year and gamers are rejoicing.
Blockbusters movie tentatively into our cinemas, and grab the top slots, with serious qualifications.
Distribution companies which used to rely on cinemas have been building ways of putting a tiny bit of icing on the cake by setting up camp in streamerland.
Running 11-14 March, the festival curated by Tony Briggs will host more than 80 films and three panels of Indigenous films and filmmakers.
While we watch the Feds and Netflix size each other up, the pan-global streamer is behaving differently in other territories. Take India for instance.
Named one of the world's most important documentary filmmakers, Gibney spoke at AIDC this week and shared the techniques and ethics behind his factual storytelling.
For the documentary community, The Australian Dream is more than a fine picture suffused with controlled rage from Stan Grant. It demonstrates how images, empathy and clear rhetoric can create a national conversation.
No dosh at all for less than a $1m budget. There goes the feature documentary sector, even as conventional TV is pumped up.
Local films are dribbling away, sadly, though there is not much competition.
A TV adaptation of 'Ladies in Black', a new feature film for Khoa Do, and a 12-part feminist political TV drama set in 2045 are among the projects being developed.
Gogglebox? Dragon's Den? Naked Attraction? What kind of loon thinks of these things? His name is Tim Harcourt and he revealed himself in a session at AIDC.
From a fighting nurse and the majesty of rivers to a dynamic duo of New Zealanders, here is some news to gladden our hearts.
Despite remarkable resilience, Australian indie cinemas are desperate for the government to solve a problem caused by the collapse of the international supply chain.
Edmond Tran joins Screenhub bringing more than a decade of experience in screen culture.
Advertise your event to a captive audience
Maximise the visibility and reach of your brand and events by advertising with ArtsHub. Spread the word to an engaged audience.
Become an Australian screen industry insider by joining screenhub - the one-stop-shop for the latest industry news, jobs, what’s on and much more.
Become a member this month and save 20% off your Annual ArtsHub Membership.
For less than $2.30 per week now is the best time to join Australia’s largest arts network.