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Pascoe's award-winning demolition of colonial myths and documentation of Aboriginal agriculture and land management will be adapted for the screen by Blackfella Films.
What does a working relationship with filmmakers from the Asia Pacific offer Australian filmmakers? APSA aims to open up the possibilities.
The Screen Music Awards are back and the judges have expert ears so its game on for the clash of the composers.
A Walkley looks good on any documentary maker's mantelpiece even if they have to frock up amongst disreputable strangers.
Film is the perfect medium to inspire and provoke direct action, says the Environmental Film Festival Australia's Director, Brooke Daly.
If our team is any indication the future is all online, from docuseries Rotten to Broad City, Fleabag, Vida, Russian detectives, Fortnite trailers and makeup tutorials.
With the school holidays behind us, it looks like cinemagoers are done with the cartoons and ready for some good old fashioned sex and violence.
The story behind their latest drama, and the secret recipe for this thriving Indigenous production company.
Is the appointment of Kylie Munnich a declaration of direction for Screen Queensland? She is certainly providing an opportunity to go hunting internationally.
Asian countries are vigilant about music royalties but the screen sector is ignored. That may soon change,
As approaching festivals promise a spring feast, The Eulogy, Animals, and Buoyancy still tempt audiences to Australian films with the sweet medicine of classy filmmaking.
The guild campaigns for the industry come down to a few professionals. The Australian Directors Guild will now reflect the skills and personality of its new executive director. UPDATED after interview.
The NFSA restores Eternity, a documentary about time, decay and the cosmos. For the filmmakers it is a message from the past.
Ride Like a Girl hangs on against increasing competition from tentpole pics. Joker is the big one.
Discussion about the proposed changes to Screen Australia guidelines unleashes deeper passions.
Old People's Home for 4 Year Olds, How Australia Got its Mojo, The Politician, Workin Moms, Baby Ballroom, Defending Greta Thunberg, Mutazione and explaining Brexit.
Sara Richardson adds another twist to her development exec career as she moves back to Playmaker and a role between Sydney and LA owners.
Gillian Armstrong and Pearl Tan speak out on taking over the power positions in film, TV and theatre, plus how women can build sustainable careers.
Training videos are an industry staple. Here is an instructive comparison of different techniques starring a very, very angry cat. And an enema.
Ride Like a Girl was quick out of the gates and clobbered its opposition.
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