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Remember Avatar and the mini-boom of 3D films? We ask the industry how things changed in the last decade, for better and worse.
This week: post-Covid analysis from HBO, Netflix, and the games industry, Screenwest's new CEO announced, and the war for fair screen funding continues after a major battle is won.
Director Nicole Miller has crafted an affectionate and nostalgic portrait of the Club and its community writes Port Adelaide local, Dr Diana Carroll.
Now in its 19th outing, the GCFF retains a populist flavour but brings in art, industry events, awards, and big news.
New Zealand-Australian artist Angela Tiatia has been named recipient of the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commissions. We speak with her about the ideas driving her new work.
After a long, careful search, Rising Sun Pictures joins a global conglomerate. Managing Director Tony Clark explains why.
Ironically enough, Ascendant – a film in which a young woman is trapped in an elevator – also has a good film inside it trying to get out, writes Anthony Morris.
A drama where everybody hurts, Wakefield’s equal opportunity compassion holds it all together.
Former regular Sharon Johal has spoken out about her own experiences of racism on-set, expressing hope that this outpouring will be a 'transformative moment' for the long-running soap.
Under new reforms, producers cannot get a tax rebate for production budgets under $1 million. Recent films in this category include Gurrumul, In My Blood it Runs, Firestarters, Brazen Hussies and Girls Can't Surf .
Malla Nunn's novel 'A Beautiful Place to Die' is being adapted for the small screen with South African broadcaster M-Net also on board.
Drawing on her own mental health struggles, the award-winning Australian TV writer talks about creating characters who are more than their diagnoses.
This month, Artshub and Screenhub's picks range from silly to serious, with the critic's pick for Best Foreign Film at the Oscar's, Bangarra's Firestarter on the big screen, and some nostalgic laughs to round it out.
Games industries around the world enjoyed significant growth during a year of COVID lockdowns.
Melbourne games publisher Fellow Traveller have announced the full lineup for LudoNarracon, their annual celebration of narrative games.
Triple-A games exist at a troubled intersection of art and capitalism. But there are hidden secrets in every game that reveal the human behind the machine.
Getting started is hard, but fortune favours the relentless. Also, you should get cracking on LinkedIn, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins.
While the blockbusters belt each other in a flurry of scales and floppy ears, local sci-fi movie Ascendant tries to claim some attention in the undergrowth.
Stan is whetting our appetites for a new Originals drama shot during the pandemic in the booming beachy Northern Rivers region.
Netflix and Warner Media are trying to harness globalism, and discovering it is harder than they thought. Can Australian producers gain from the new rules?
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