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Sony Pictures filming major thriller in Victoria this July

Sony Pictures will start filming a new thriller, written and directed by Tommy Wirkola, in Victoria this July.

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…

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Mapping uncharted waters: getting to grips with AI in the creative industries

Presented by AFTRS, the 2024 Digital Futures Summit: AI and the Creative Horizon is a free online forum exploring the…


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.


Ron Howard announced for Queensland's Screen Forever 38

Ron Howard and producing partner Bill Connor will speak about their careers for the Australian Screen Forever conference.


Avatar: The Last Airbender – everyone wants to touch Appa

The cast of the live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series talk about living up to fans' expectations with the new…


AACTA Industry Awards: all the winners

Talk to Me took home a whopping five AACTA awards in the industry categories.

A still from Ruby Rai, PI: A woman, Ruby Rai, runs out of a convenience store.

Fresh Blood: Vidya Rajan on pitching a wacky detective show to the ABC

Melbourne-based writer and actor Vidya Rajan talks to ScreenHub about making original Aussie TV.

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