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Australian TV drama on the ropes says QUT study

Australians aren't getting cultural value for the money we're spending on 'local' TV drama, says a new report.

Stan Christmas movie creators Jenna Owen and Vic Erbst

Stan Christmas movie in production: Nugget is Dead

The latest holiday movie from Stan comes from comedy writers Jenna Owen and Vic Zerbst.


Screen Australia funds nine online projects

Over $750k worth of funding will be divided between nine Australian web production teams.

2024 Milli and Australian Cinematographer of the Year winner, Ben Cotgrove. Image Supplied.

Ben Cotgrove wins Milli Award for 2024 Australian Cinematographer of the Year

Cotgrove won both the Milli and a Gold Tripod in the Documentary category for his work on A Man’s Man.


WA Government announces 10-year screen strategy and funding boost

Western Australia's screen sector is on the Cook Government's agenda to boost production, infrastructure, tourism and jobs.

Eryn Jean Norvill in STC’s ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ 2020. Photo: Dan Boud.

Cate Blanchett's Dirty Films acquires screen rights to stage version of Dorian Gray

The acclaimed one-woman stage play of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray is set to make its debut on…

Guardians of the River. Image: Screen Australia

Screen Australia: nine documentaries to share $2.3 million funding

Nine documentaries with a focus on First Nations and wider Australian stories will share production funding from Screen Australia.


22nd Annual SPA Awards: all the winners

The Royal Hotel, Deadloch, Shayda and The Clearing all took home awards at the closing night of SCREEN FOREVER.


Documentary Australia reveals Impact Producer Program participants

Now in its second year, the Documentary Australia Impact Producer Program has selected its 2024 participants.


Gender pay gaps revealed: Australian media companies discriminate in wage gaps 'as large as 26%'

Network Ten, Seven West Media and Nine are among the Australian media companies who revealed their gender pay gaps today.

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