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Miranda Otto and Aina Dumlao in The Unusual Suspects
Opinions & Analysis

The Unusual Suspects: damaging for Filipino stories

Gloria Demillo advocates for meaningful community engagement and dignified representation.

Four men stand beside a football pitch in Ted Lasso
Opinions & Analysis

You should watch... Ted Lasso on Apple TV+

In the blokey world of football, Ted Lasso offers a different kind of masculinity - and showcases sterotype-busting women too.

White walkers in Game of Thrones, a big win for streaming
Opinions & Analysis

Covid, streaming, and linear TV – Who's winning? We hunt the numbers

Dinosaur death battle? Triumph of the scavengers? New data sources track the fight for eyeballs in Covid.

Jane Campion, director of The Power of the Dog, at Canne
News

'The Power of the Dog' and Jane Campion triumph overseas, attracting piracy

Toronto triumph for Jane Campion, but wowsers may be after Phil Noyce for 'Lakewood'. Can't we have fun any more?

Frame from animated blue logo
Opinions & Analysis

New screen tax legislation - government gives, and takes away

The Senate report into the new Tax Legislation is mostly a win, with some annoying losses

Exterior cinema, Sheffield docfest
Opinions & Analysis

Sheffield DocFest implodes - what happened?

The famed Sheffield DocFest, a key destination for makers and audiences alike, is gritting its teeth against bad, bad press.

Thanks to No Money Enterprise it became cool to be from Logan City, QLD. Image supplied.
Opinions & Analysis

Pasifika Pride and the power of visibility

Filmmaker Jessica Magro has many reasons to celebrate the artistic success of Pacific Islander hip-hop artists.

Ginger Meggs cartoon panel
Opinions & Analysis

Less TV drama, more companies. Is this the end of the world?

Scarey numbers or evidence of tenacity? Queensland researchers capture headlines.

Young Indigenous boy next to film director in remote community.
News

Senate enquiry: Crunch time for docos and post-production

Opposition to government 'reforms' climaxes again in a Senate Enquiry on August 20, 2021

Young Indigenous woman with camera on desert road, a product of Screenwest and West Coast Visions.
Features

West Coast Visions: WA is just too hard to leave

The thinking behind low budget feature scheme West Coast Visions reflects the spirit of a very unusual state.

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