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The My Cinema My Film Festival is a heart starter for ailing indy cinemas, with hopeful signs for post-Covid changes.
This clever coven of Australian filmmakers knows spooky, scary and stylish when they see it. Briony Kidd, Isabel Peppard, Donna McRae, Katrina Irawati Graham and Megan Riakos send us their recommendations.
Our fortnightly roundup of news, views and chats with fascinating people. Some very interesting deals being done. Cinemas are suffering, box office is down but we still found stacks of films to review.
A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr. becomes a rude gesture; dolphins swim in Venice’s Grand Canal; and crocodiles roam the streets of flooded Townsville – all manipulated images posted as truth.
The interactive medium can engage players in profound questions about grief, mortality, and what it means to move on.
The cinema sector is lining up to pressure the Victorian Government to let them open up, since they are at the very end of the recovery list.
An excellent cast and surprising scripting make Jeremy Sims' remake of the Icelandic comedy a rare pleasure in Australian cinema, says Anthony Morris.
Twenty-two projects, a million dollars and a surge of ghost stories will keep the development wheels churning to build the national slate for 2021.
The pandemic experience shows we can’t afford to ignore this problem any longer, argues multimedia producer Mary Tran. She offers ideas for change, in this piece supported by Diversity in Australian Media.
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From classic horror to familiar dystopias, these are the films and show that are scaring the office silly this Halloween.
Statistics bear out the value of sentiment as the emotive power of diversity for the sector turns out to match the preferences of audiences.
Lorien Gugich will bring six years of partnered Twitch streaming, experience in production and community management, and a passion for inclusivity to the studio she's founding.
With her occult paintings and kinky sex life, artist Rosaleen Norton caused scandal in 1950s Sydney. We talk to the director of a new documentary celebrating her life.
Packed with New Zealand comedic talent, this character-driven story about impending parenthood is genuinely funny, writes Mel Campbell.
Learn how you can hone your business skills to be part of the next generation of screen leaders with a Masters at AFTRS.
Comedy Baby Done would do ace business in a normal year, but is beaten handily by a grim Polish film about a fake priest which fanatics claim is blasphemous.
Beneath a decorously savage surface, the ABC has relentlessly turned vague cliches into solid restructures. What does this look like to a patient veteran?
We asked the prolific Australian director and photographer about his two weeks alone in a room with a camera, his presence on Instagram and the upcoming feature film Penguin Bloom.
Inspired by real stories, and shot on the streets of Kabul, Granaz Moussavi's quiet, anti-war film left its Adelaide Film Festival audience speechless, writes Travis Akbar.
Players can kill, hunt or hurt animals in popular games ranging from Animal Crossing to Grand Theft Auto. The rise of this (increasingly realistic) trend in games, along with people’s tendency to go along with it, raises important questions.
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