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Expanding a UK business model, Krempelwood bids to back broadcasters in Australia by funding shows with media buyer money.
Rachel Okine is observant, strategic and numerate. Can she harness the energy of a screen generation in its prime?
Tight, inspiring initiatives in comedy, series and mobile. And Queer Screen's Mardi Gras, Transitions, Women in Film and a sadly treated film about happiness.
What's going on behind the scenes at the Australian International Documentary Conference? Here's a glimpse of the working parts through CEO Alice Burgin.
A solution-focused festival is more necessary than ever, says Daniel Simons who talks us through this year's highlights.
Aotearoa/New Zealand and Pacific Islander filmmakers are brought into the fold in 2020, with highlights including Jane Campion's celebrated shorts.
Author Melissa Lucashenko talks to ArtsHub about bringing her award-winning novel to the screen.
A South Korean fable about capitalism made history in a ceremony filled with songs, speeches and snubs to Netflix.
Go forth and hunt for locations, says SPA, to help areas now trashed by fire and drought.
Seeing reality cross over with sci fi in Stan's 'The Commons' was disturbing but not depressing for this apocalypse-shy viewer.
Polly Staniford and Angie Fielder have strengthened their global reach with Rachel Okine, known here for her work at Hopscotch and eOne.
The government has released hidden submissions to the last digital enquiry, so we discover how Netflix has armed itself to resist.
If anyone can pick a winner at the Oscars, Grace Boschetti can. Even better, she has a sense of injustice and does not hold back.
The screenwriting awards for Bong Joon-ho and Taika Waititi produced great speeches, while the irrepressible Rebel Wilson will never be forgotten.
The director talks about his provocative punk adaptation of Peter Carey's Man Booker Prize-winning novel.
Branded entertainment forges on with charismatic megafauna, a passion for the planet and a bunch of sports tragics. This is the story of a company called THIS.
With a March 1 start date, the Australian International Documentary Conference bids for attendees with a full program.
Eight go to Berlin, AFTRS gets sharp about info intensives, gongs galore for actors, and Netflix joins Bunya to support Indigenous talent in LA.
Despite a consuming focus on name performers, this year's list in screen finds some dedicated nation changers as well.
Want optimism? Crowd pleaser H is for Happiness is into Berlin, along with four really modest shorts.
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