Palestine and guerrilla memorials in the digital age
Lujayn Hourani considers the effectiveness of the game-like temporal memorial, Re: Visit Palestine, in tandem with their own personal memories.
Foxtel launches Fox Docos, a new documentary service
Launching 1 September, Fox Docos will 'unfold the story and enhance audience understanding of our fascinating, ever-changing world,’ says Foxtel's…
AACTA finalists prove an extraordinary year for documentary
The 2021 list of feature documentaries in the final nominee list for the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts…
West Coast Visions finds 2021 team for unique low budget feature chance
Jessica Parker, Lauren Brunswick and David Vincent Smith take up the West Coast Visions challenge for 2021.
Playing the strategy game at the Cannes international market
Away from the pain of Lebanon, Daizy Gedeon adapts to the trappings of glamour to raise money for her documentary.
Castlemaine Documentary Festival to comfort trapped nation
We peruse the lineup of Castlemaine Doc Fest, 'the Festival to go to when you're not allowed to go anywhere…
A film festival for extraordinary times: MIFF 2021
The Melbourne International Film Festival unveils a 'hybrid' program to serve many audiences. Fingers and toes are crossed.
New documentary investments from Screen Australia defy financial hits
Screen Australia supports fine feature docs as life is about to get harder for producers.
Six essential things to watch for NAIDOC Week 2021
We're spoilt for choice with all the great Indigenous-created content on TV, but these titles across Netflix, NITV, SBS, ABC…
Australian documentaries, large scale or intimate, strive for a global market
How do very different companies Wildbear and Southern Pictures respond to the challenge of selling Australian stories to the world?…