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Three Thousand Years of Longing: trailer

The wait is over: George Miller's new film starring Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton has at last revealed a trailer.

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Very Short Film Festival announces winners

The winners of the competition win cash prizes and mentorship opportunities with screen professionals.

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SBS launches WorldWatch: a multilingual news channel

The launch of the channel builds on SBS's range of multilingual services on TV, radio and digital platforms.

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Thor: Love and Thunder – new trailer

Taika Waititi's Marvel film finds Thor on a journey unlike anything he’s ever faced – a search for self-discovery.

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How to Please a Woman makes nearly a million in opening week

Renee Webster's Australian sex comedy has overcome performance anxiety, launching successfully in tough conditions.

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Flourishing in the arts is about meaning, mastery and mattering

Committing ourselves to the path of flourishing may sound like an impossible ask – but it's not.

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ABC's You Can’t Ask That: why are bogans shown as marginalised Australians?

The national broadcaster doesn’t see 'bogans' as part of their natural viewing audience – guess it has been 20 years…

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Ablaze: with Australia's first Aboriginal filmmaker, Bill Onus

Academic, advocate, singer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…

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ABC and SBS gender affirmation leave: what it is and why it matters

Gender affirmation guidelines have recently been introduced at our national broadcasters – here's what that means for trans employees, and…

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Election 2022: Australian film and TV – what the pollies promise the screen industry

As the Coalition, Labor and Greens face the polls, the notion of national culture and diverse storytelling could be disappearing…

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