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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…

Man (Paul Fletcher) examining ceramic works of a woman (Judith Inkamala) in an art gallery
Opinions & Analysis

Opinion: We don’t take the arts sector for granted

Standing on their record for the arts, Paul Fletcher offers his ideas for the future of the arts should they…

Family in car with intense signed conversation
Features

CODA deserved the Oscar as a tribute to its process

CODA is a 'fabulous celebration of difference' – David Tiley reflects on a lifetime of hearing impairment and how it…

Features

From CODA to Hawkeye: signing onto a better future for the Deaf community

The surge of sign languages in popular feature films and TV series is a sign of better things to come…

Priya Roy and Pearl Tan
Opinions & Analysis

How intersectionality can help screen storytellers

What is 'intersectionality'? Pearl Tan and Priya A. Roy explain the concept and how it can make for better stories…

Renate Reinsve in The Worst Person in the World.
Opinions & Analysis

Best, Worst and Most Bizarre film and TV of 2021, according to our critics

Highlights and lowlights from ScreenHub reviewers Mel Campbell, Anthony Morris, Glenn Dunks, Guy Davis and Chris Boyd. From The Worst…

A man (David Tiley) gestures towards us herocially
Opinions & Analysis

In defence of David Tiley

As David Tiley charges into his final weeks with ScreenHub, we reflect on just how much he’s given us.

Fake Lincoln
Opinions & Analysis

The slippery slope of using AI and deepfakes to bring history to life

Seeing is no longer believing, as any visual story can be convincingly faked. They are both compelling and frightening.

Still from the film 'Annette'
Opinions & Analysis

2021: A head under water. Adrian Martin's year in review

Watery graves and forceful submersion dominate cinematic memories from 2021. Adrian Martin's highlights across film and TV include Lamb, Bad…

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