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Mark Grentell didn't go to film school, but teaching drama to kids and directing musical theatre in country NSW gave him good experience in the art of building creative communities.
All restraint gone as The Meg treats audiences like a cloud of burley in an underwater multiplex. Also, for the very last time, a season of Rake launches.
The bigger budget contestants at the AFI/AACTAs for 2018 are a varied bunch. The old cliche of sad films is dead, dead, dead.
AACTA observers quickly pointed out some cuckoos in the Australian film nest. But the problem is not what it seems.
Australian audiences have turned away from winsome NZ bubble of cynicism The Breaker Upperers. How dare we!
Laughter, great performers, fabulous script, pungent satire - it's the best kind of politics - a video to giggle your way towards the future..
Asian screen lobby group reveals the nuts and bolts of the evolving market, particularly in South East Asia.
Two festivals, from India and Turkey, compete with MIFF while Australian mega-doc about interstellar travel, The Living Universe, has a limited run.
Spinning gold from a piece of fluff, The Breaker Upperers harness social media to give their film another boost of publicity two weeks after its Oz release.
Three key organisations in the screen and theatre sectors unite to lay out the rules for a safe workplace, and confront hostile public opinion.
One hundred years ago, Lottie Lyell made a feminist film in South Australia. Now there's a $20,000 award in her honour female filmmakers working in the state. Also open for applications, the Natalie Miller Fellowship.
Why has Skyscraper done so well in China? We reckon The Breaker Upperers will quietly rake in money for some time - but are we right?
Streaming services are happy disruptors, but they could warp the system in more profound ways than we think.
The MIFF opening night film is the closest us hoi polloi get to an A list party. At times this one felt a bit like a nocturnal version of the Melbourne Cup.
How does the casting process work in an arena where new and emerging performers are the norm and budgets are lower? We look at Homecoming Queens, F*!#ing Adelaide, Wrong Kind of Black and Sheilas to find some answers.
MIFF, French comedy Dr Knock and Wrong Kind of Black head a lineup which also covers the Palace doc fest and the arrival of the Koreans.
The commercial networks have a once in a lifetime chance to exit kids' TV. They are good at ideas under pressure.
Seven rescues the Fisher family and its trademark glama-detective approach to evil as Miss moves to Ms and 1930 skips a war.
What do we mean by Australian stories? Queensland producer and comic creative Daley Pearson provides a beaut answer from Coolum Beach.
It's no justice time in Australian cinemas as Mamma Mia attracts hordes and some good indies drown in their own muddy footprints.
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