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Slowly Netflix is revealing itself to the sector. The contingent to Screen Forever carried the brand high and attracted a lot of attention.
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Disney+ releases almost the full list of its (US) debut content. Maybe it wll be just too musty to rule the world.
Nia Pericles reflects on the pain and joy of making a film about her mother's dementia. The film has been quietly gripping audiences on ABC iView.
Logies 2019 saw the abject failure of Nine and Seven, a blatant orgy of biased voting and a demonised comedian.
From mentorship to resilience, patience and power, Gen X women have learnt to navigate our male-dominated world for change – and Gen Y are listening.
Documentary co-productions are the key to sheer magnificence on an international level. Peter Hamilton tracks their changing role.
Evidence suggests that the dramatic portrayal of suicide can impact on vulnerable audiences, including contributing to increases in copy-cat incidents and a reduction in help-seeking behaviour.
Claiming a formerly safe Liberal seat will create greater visibility for art and culture. The Arts Party head to the Wentworth by-election with the message: use your preferential vote.
Former Head of ABC Television Kim Dalton’s Platform Paper argues that the ABC ignores and ultimately betrays its wider responsibilities to government and to our culture. Children’s television is a clear example.
Have you ever noticed that many TV shows blur or avoid showing art? Here's why it happens and why it's a problem.
Asking for copyright for photographs you paid for sounds like a savvy move but it may not provide value for money.
Screen Australia’s annual drama expenditure analysis suggests that budgets are well below average, just as audiences embrace content.
The basic problem with the current 20th century arts funding model is that it remains producer- or artist-centric, rather than focusing on audiences and citizens. This makes it ripe for capture and lobbying.
Reaction to the demise of Senator George Brandis as Minister for the Arts has been widely celebratory but will the new Minister Senator Mitch Fifield run different policies?
Senator Mitch Fifield gets the double whammy of Communications and Arts, and inherits a world of sorrow.
Diversifying both audiences and the artist base can be helped by an effective disability action plan.
The fact that Australia does not have a National Arts Week is a glaring absence in our national calendar.
Behind cocktails and canapes there was a fiery exchange at the Helpmann Awards this week.
The Abbott Government has trashed the principle of arm's length funding free from political interference, argues the Opposition.
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
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