Search News

See all news
Francis Coady. Image supplied.
News

New Sydney-based media company will fund and develop scripted drama, documentaries and more

Australian entertainment leader Francis Coady has launched Grand Pacific Entertainment.

Career Advice

Lesser known tax deductions for creative freelancers

What are some of the tax deductions freelance creatives can and can't claim?

Andrew McVitty and Lee Simon in the Nightmoves office. Image supplied.
Opinions & Analysis

Remembering Andrew McVitty: a pioneer of Australian music television

The late Andrew McVitty was a pioneer of Australian music TV who revolutionised late-night programming.

2023 AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Producing graduates, L-R: Neisha Dallamora and Denis Curnow. Photo: Flore Vallery-Radot. A black and white photo of Neisha and Denis on set, posing at the camera while holding walkie talkies.
Sponsored Content

Considering postgrad? It’s about the people you meet

2023 AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Producing graduate Denis Curnow shares how meeting like-minded people propelled his passion and career…

superannuation. Image is a jar full of coins, next to three piles of coins, with small sprigs growing out of the top and getting progressively higher.
Features

I’m a freelance creative: should I be getting paid super?

Workplace laws around freelance arts work can be confusing at the best of times. But when it comes to the…

Sponsored Content

How moving interstate to study can help you achieve your childhood dreams

AFTRS graduate Nicole Hutton-Lewis says moving from Northern Queensland to Sydney to study was much easier than she feared thanks…

Australian TV drama Clickbait. Adrian Grenier in Clickbait via Netflix
Opinions & Analysis

Australian TV drama on the ropes says QUT study

Australians aren't getting cultural value for the money we're spending on 'local' TV drama, says a new report.

(L-R) AFTRS Council Chair Rachel Perkins, Minister for the Arts, The Hon Tony Burke, Master of Arts Screen: Business Graduate EJ Garrett. Images supplied.
News

AFTRS gets $530k grant for First Nations training and career pathways

Funding for First Nations student pathways will support two new programs of work at AFTRS in the coming years.

Two hands holding various Australian currency. Nitrate film in the background.

Budget 2024-25: gains for the screen industry

Australian children's content and NFSA archive preservation are among the wins for the screen industry in the 2024-2025 Federal Budget.

News

SXSW Sydney first films and speakers announced

SXSW Sydney returns in October with an extensive program of talks, films, games and music. Here's what we know so…

1 2 3 55