News in Brief - 'Two Hands' TV series in the works and Natalie Portman feature to film in Sydney
This week, Natalie Portman comes to Sydney at a tricky time, Cinefest Oz unveils finalists and full program, and we…
No Longer Home offers a gentle, personal story about adulthood
No Longer Home deals with a familiar form of melancholy with a delicate touch, but sometimes, it borders on insubstantial.
Phantom Abyss is online multiplayer without the scheduling nightmare
Team WIBY's Ben Marrinan explains how they developed Phantom Abyss for a generation who treats games as a digital living…
6 questions with ACMI prize-winning game developer Dan Ferguson
We talk to Melbourne game developer Daniel Ferguson about his cartoonish, kinetic games, winning the ACMI + RMIT prize, and…
Game Review: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles delivers thrilling legal drama
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is the most narratively and thematically consistent entry to date for the legal drama series.
ABC partners with Light Lab in Virtual Production ferment
The ABC uses Adelaide indie hothouse to learn virtual production, and gets a good feed too.
Game Review: Death’s Door elevates a common genre mashup with artistic flair
Enchanting art direction and engaging themes make Death's Door more than just the straightforward, Zelda-inspired game it appears to be.
Australia's richest sci-fi screenwriting prize is open for entries
The John Hinde Award for Excellence in Science Fiction Writing offers $10,000 for the best produced script and professional support…
'Two Hands' TV series among Screen Australia's 28 recipients of Story Development Funding
Gregor Jordan's crime comedy goes to series, a live action family film from Ludo, and a gay romance anthology are…
Australian game devs accepted into prestigious IGDA Foundation program
The latest cohort in the International Game Developers’ Association (IGDA) Foundation's Diverse Game Developers' Virtual Exchange has been announced.