Vico Ortiz, Our Flag Means Death: 'It's amazing, it's so queer'
Puerto Rican actor Vico Ortiz chatted with ScreenHub about being a part of Taika Waititi's queer pirate comedy Our Flag…
Sexism in Australian film tackled by trailblazing female panel
Women currently make up around 34% of producers, 16% of directors and 24% of writers in Australian feature films.
Screen sector wants 'more ambition and less ambiguity' from Labor Government
A Labor victory and so-called 'Greenslide' promises big changes for Australian film and TV.
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…
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…
Severance reflects the modern office as a toxic hellscape
Once the television workplace was sacred but, as Severance shows, our long and storied TV romance with offices is officially…
Coming soon to Netflix? More ads and less password sharing
Netflix faces a difficult challenge: how can it keep consumers interested while also raising its revenue?
20 Instagram accounts film and cinema lovers should follow
From mise-en-scène to colour palettes to dialogue, there's an Instagram account for movie lovers of all kinds.
Kath and Kim: five best moments as we adieu Chateau Kath
As the home from the comedy classic gets bulldozed, we count down five of the best scenes from the iconic…
Our Flag Means Death – who was the real 'gentleman pirate'?
Who was the real Stede Bonnet and just how accurate is the HBO series starring Taika Waititi and Rhys Darby?