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Features

Netflix films look more like TV shows - here’s the technical reason why

Ari Mattes explores the visual differences between film recorded by high resolution sensors and film shot on celluloid.

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TV Review: The Moth Effect makes fun of hypocrisy

Amazon Prime's new sketch comedy series features an A-list cast and some sharp yet silly social satire. Mel Campbell samples…

The cast of Wentworth, streaming on Foxtel Now
Features

Streaming Highlights for August on Netflix, ABC iview, Stan and Foxtel Now

Wentworth, The Newsreader, and Clickbait lead August's viewing highlights.

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News

First look at Clickbait on Netflix

The first Netflix Original series to be filmed in Victoria releases in August. It’s an American-looking show with local roots.

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Opinions & Analysis

Who is winning the Australian streaming war?

Research over the last six months suggests that audiences know which streamers they like and don't want to move.

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Opinions & Analysis

New documentary investments from Screen Australia defy financial hits

Screen Australia supports fine feature docs as life is about to get harder for producers.

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Education & Student News

Netflix offering post-production attachments at a time of need for the industry

Up against a shortage of trained post-production staff, Netflix has created two useful entry points.

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Netflix to develop games, will be offered on the service within the year

Netflix has hired a new VP of game development, signalling a new major push for the streaming service.

Features

Horrible Histories Aboriginal-style: Trisha Morton-Thomas bites back

The Alice Springs-based actor and producer talks about her one-hour comedy special bringing a light touch to heavy history.

Features

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…

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