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The government's plan to compel major online companies to pay the media barons has caused international ructions. But it could be made to work says Tama Leaver in The Conversation.
After four years of taking risks and trusting her instincts backed by passionate documentary makers and a determined staff, Alice Burgin will leave the AIDC.
Under the pressure of the pandemic, Screen Producers Australia has put together a tight, pungent program for its belated 2020 conference.
'Love and Neon' is a dazzling retrospective of eleven films from the master of longing, loneliness and ephemeral ecstasy, says critic Adrian Martin, admitting initial resistance to Wong's charms.
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Documenting the rise of the legendary Polynesian record label in 90s' and 00's Aotearoa/NZ against a backdrop of racism, this is an important and entertaining film about culture and identity, says Sonja Hammer.
An enthralling addition to a new canon of films about historical injustice to our First Peoples, writes Sarah Ward.
The AIDC's main pitching competition showcases Asian and South American projects which shift the North-South dialogue in global documentary.
There's an intriguing lineup for the year, which could be given a fine chance to shine if the tentpoles continue to be restricted by the pandemic.
The idea that popular TV is 'bad TV' may be more overt in the UK, but it runs deep even in the Australian screen sector.
Teenage Kicks, Wolfwalkers, and musical YouTube channels: let's take a look at what the team is watching at the start of the year.
The drily titled The Dry is doing remarkable business which could well be leg one of a trifecta.
Don't let a lack of programming know-how hold you back from developing videogames.
The former Go Betweens violinist and longtime screen composer talks AACTA wins for Brazen Hussies and Babyteeth, juggling jobs, facing fears and why she wishes LESS music was used in film and TV.
Naomi Watts is compelling in a story of resilience that sticks closely to the true account and to the formula for heartwarming family-friendly fare.
'The ability to focus, without interruption and just inhabit a beautiful space where you're working extremely fast with clarity.' Nerida Tyson-Chew reflects on life as a screen composer.
There's lots to look forward to this year with Stan's Bump, ABC's Aftertaste, Foxtel's The End and New Gold Mountain on SBS just the start.
From The Invisible Man to Measure for Measure, Anthony Ginnane does his annual scorecard of Australian film's global theatrical performance. And COVID-19 turned out to be a real bonus.
Sharp and sweet, the new Stan series from Kelsey Munro and Claudia Karvan is a quirky teen pregnancy drama in the style of Love My Way and Heartbreak High, writes Mel Campbell.
Screen Forever moves online, ACMI's set to reopen, and classy Australian films screen at cinemas. Here's what you need to know this fortnight.
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