Documentary filmmaking classes for the Bold and Beautiful
A series of workshops specifically for women and gender diverse people aged over 40 exemplifies the agency of human involvement.
From calling to career: mastering the art of writing for stage and screen
Playwright and screenwriter Emme Hoy describes how NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Dramatic Writing) helped her hone her craft and…
How to find an arts or screen mentor – and make the most of it when you do
From structured programs to coffee dates with mates, how do you find the right mentor and get the most out…
Reality TV for authors? Sounds about write
If Australia came up with a reality TV series based on writers, what would it consist of?
Metro magazine’s future under threat
Australia's oldest and most prestigious screen publication is under threat. A campaign hopes to raise funds and find a partner.
Book review: Did I Ever Tell You This?, Sam Neill
The New Zealand star has over 150 acting credits and his memoir makes it obvious why people just keep on…
Want to be a scriptwriter? Megan Herbert says: 'just put it out there'
What's the 100-day project? And what if you've been told your artform isn't 'real' work? Meet writer and political cartoonist…
How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)
Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…
ScreenHub appoints Paul Dalgarno as Managing Editor
Paul Dalgarno joins ScreenHub with a wealth of journalism and publishing experience.
What's it like to write Clickbait? Christian White knows
The bestselling writer says anxiety about showing his work to the world never stops, but the thrill of writing drives…