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.
New documentary investments from Screen Australia defy financial hits
Screen Australia supports fine feature docs as life is about to get harder for producers.
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.
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.
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.
News in Brief: Wayne Blair joins Academy, Ubisoft recruits, & SPA calls for Ones to Watch
Key industry moves and shakes, first look at NITRAM, Sydney's in lockdown and box office suffers.
What do screen students want? Some answers from VCA and Griffith
While students play with their new tools, teachers pick the true artists, and watch them learn the strength to compromise.
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…
The 2021 Natalie Miller Fellowship to offer $20k for women in film
The prestigious fellowship offers $20k for professional development for women in film. Applications are open until 29 August.
Sydney Theatre Company's Patrick McIntyre appointed new NFSA CEO
McIntyre brings two decades of arts management experience to the NFSA. Following groundbreaking CEO Jan Muller, who resigned in December…