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Fornite maker Epic Games has chosen UniSA as its first Australian academic partner
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Epic Games and UniSA team up for Unreal Academic Partnership

The University of South Australia is the first Australian institution to be accepted into Epic Games' Unreal Academic Partner Program.

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Games for Change festival to explore education, social change, and mental health at MIGW21

The inaugural two-day Asia-Pacific event will explore the way video games can help us change the way we think about…

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News In Brief - We go in-depth on 'Fires', Netflix rankings, and Aussie productions

This week, we had a chat to Tony Ayres about Fires and Clickbait, and Adrian Martin reviews Zola.

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Low budget feature opportunity - SA opens round 2 of Film Lab

Round two of Film Lab proves that the SA sector is determined to reactivate its low budget approach to feature…

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Tony Ayres talks 'Fires' and talent-spotting

The key Australian producer-creator talks about his latest drama Fires, Clickbait on Netflix, and worries him about the industry.

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'La Brea' - done and dusted, ready for release

From shoot to release in six months flat, La Brea is an exercise in fast-motion production.

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What are most respected shows on Netflix? And how come Japan has the most of them?

Clever numbers reveal the most honoured shows on Netflix. Top of the list is Breaking Bad, loved all round the…

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Cast announced for Queensland Netflix series 'Irreverent'

Australian talent for the 10-part fish-out-of water drama includes Kylie Bracknell, Ed Oxenbould and Wayne Blair.

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Game Review: Axiom Verge 2 - Engagement is optional

Axiom Verge 2 attempts to create a free-form Metroidvania, but is let down by its lack of variety and incentive…

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TV Review: ‘Fires’ reignites the humanity behind the devastating Black Summer bushfires

ABC iview's new six-part anthology series Fires is vividly real, writes Mel Campbell.

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