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How to find an arts or screen mentor – and make the most of it when you do

From structured programs to coffee dates with mates, how do you find the right mentor and get the most out…


Linda Woolverton brought Belle and Alice to life – and she's not ready to stop yet

Linda Woolverton is still the only woman with a sole writing credit on a film that's grossed over $1 billion…

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How to kick-start the next phase of your arts administration career

Could studying NIDA’s MFA (Cultural Leadership) enrich your knowledge of the sector and make you a better arts advocate?

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The Removalists is more than an HSC text brought to life, says ACA alum

ACA Company will stage four Australian dramas in 2023 aimed at HSC students, free for teachers, and open to the…


‘Let’s pretend this is a film’ – when screen techniques tread the boards

There’s a long and storied tradition of film technology appearing on our stages, but to what end?


In Our Blood, it still runs

In light of the new ABC series 'In Our Blood', we take a closer look at the history of HIV…

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From page to stage for HSC students in 2023

A new initiative by Actors Centre Australia will give HSC students the chance to see their curriculum texts performed.


Alan Cumming in Australia: ‘I’m quite a mess, and I think that’s why people like me'

A stage show and a new film mean Australian audiences will get a double serving of Scotland's most mercurially mischievous…


Screen Music Awards: The Drover's Wife, River and New Gold Mountain clean up

The APRA AMCOS Screen Music Awards returned last night, with several female composers taking home top gongs.


Want to be a film and TV composer? Nigel Westlake says 'check your ego'

Accomplished Australian composer Nigel Westlake shares his tips and tricks for getting into the screen music industry.

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