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A lot of Australian children have been touched by Judy Malmgren's vision of the world. She is gone too soon.
The figures remain grim even though Tenet and The 800 have delivered some excitement to industry hearts heavy since March.
Filmink Presents distributed the first Australian film since COVID-19 arrived. It is a modest kid's film which is taking advantage of the void in product.
The actor and EP revives her signature character for a new Nine limited series aimed at a global audience.
The 10-day LGBTQIA+ festival will run 17-27 September, and features 29 Australian premieres over its program of over 40 films, documentaries, and shorts.
Specialising in underwater footage, the Cairns-based company has a new lens that helps them move onto land.
The online program has opportunities for industry and audience alike, including esports, conferences, gaming club, and a talk from 'Minecraft''s Lena Raine
Cinefest Oz shorts awards reveal a passion for the fantastic, from outer space to the world's strangest pet, and the true origins of public servants.
James Woods is piling up the short films, has tried the festival route, and is now about to release on Vimeo, which at least gives him longevity.
The remarkable British television historian who revealed the horrors of Windrush and the way the wealth of slavery created the empire is measured, personal and simply magnificent.
The 2020 New Zealand Games Festival might have been postponed, but that didn’t stop them running a gorgeous Awards ceremony online. Here are the winners and nominees.
The only piece of normality in Australian cinemas last week is a Chinese war movie. 'Tenet' tried, and made perhaps 50% of its potential in ordinary times.
The local streamer makes a flurry of announcements; plus Screen Australia development funding, Jack Thompson turns 80, and lots more in our fortnightly roundup of news and views.
Film Victoria's latest round of production funding will support games from Samurai Punk, Fae Daunt, Ian MacLarty, David Chen, and more.
COVID-19 has finally struck the Australian screen sector, as seven dancers on 'The Masked Singer' test positive and production grinds to a halt.
The writer-director of the microbudget Australian film talks about tackling a difficult subject, premiering at Palm Springs and releasing during COVID.
100% Wolf is heading to be an Australian hero release for 2020, helped along by the UK with an unexpected ally in Vietnam.
The WA government is now serious about supporting a studio complex in Perth and has asked for proposals in a month.
'Born to Be' follows a groundbreaking New York surgeon and his transgender patients. We talk to the director of the documentary now showing at MIFF.
The government's COVID-19 insurance system has now started and works under very tight rules.
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