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The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association has responded strongly to a series of articles across News Corp publications about children and videogame addiction.
Hundreds of videogame demos are currently available to try during the week-long Steam Next Fest, including plenty of titles from Aussie developers and publishers.
This week in the news, Alex West joines Screen Aus, Nitram, Zola and The Drovers' Wife to feature at MIFF, and the games industry's biggest month.
Game developers and related professionals are being sought to submit talks for the upcoming 2021 Games Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) conference later this year.
The former rugby player turned novelist, screenwriter and actor is now directing his first feature, 'Transfusion' starring Sam Worthington and Phoebe Tonkin.
At one minute to policy midnight, the screen sector resists cut to Foxtel obligations, wants to deal with streaming regs first.
Will Coffs Harbour get a studio complex with virtual production and added golfcarts? The bid opens with a key ceremony.
MIFF’s 2021 program, running 5-22 August, already boasts a particularly strong showcase of local films, reinforced by some key international features.
The provocative feminist memoir is being turned into a six-part comedy drama with Clementine Ford, Lou Sanz, Nayuka Gorrie and Nina Oyama as creators.
Leah Purcell's reimagining of the Henry Lawson classic will show on MIFF's opening night. The subversive film is the culmination of years of reflection and artistry.
The franchise that takes jaw-dropping action seriously had lost a bit of its fizz. This one isn't perfect, but it's a welcome course-correction, says Anthony Morris.
Beautifully told and collaboratively made, Cousins is a powerful story of three Māori girls separated by forced assimilation, says reviewer Didi de Graaf.
Playing with Sharks: The Valerie Taylor story is much more than a toothy adventure. Producer Bettina Dalton muses on hero(ines), modern archival techniques and some wonderful interviews.
$12,000/venue will be a useful morsel for some city complexes, but a saving grace deep in rural Victoria.
Screen Australia has a new Head of Documentary in Alex West, bringing with him more than 25 years of practical experience.
Begone sad March! Behold the first flush of summer in the crisp Melbourne evenings.
June is the most significant month for the videogame industry. With announcements from publishers large and small, here are the biggest releases and events that will define the next year.
Drop Bear Bytes recently hired Indiginerd's Cienan Muir as a narrative consultant. The team spoke to us about the role of Indigenous perspectives in their upcoming game, Broken Roads
What can filmmakers and playwrights looking to add interactive elements into their work learn from videogame designers? Quite a lot.
A striking new piece of public art celebrates the legacy of actor David Gulpilil AM in both the early and later stages of his career.
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