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.
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…
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…
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…
What Labor promised the screen sector
Ahead of last weekend's general election, incoming Minister for the Arts Tony Burke shared his ideas on arts and culture.
Ari Wegner and Warwick Thornton headline ACMI's Light exhibition
The Oscar-nominated cinematographer and award-winning filmmaker will feature in the upcoming ACMI exhibition.
Screenwriters: the SBS Emerging Writers' Incubator is back
If you're an early career screenwriter looking for a head start in the industry, the SBS Emerging Writers' Incubator is…
Want to be a director? Erin Good says 'get a side hustle'
The screenwriter and director says if you want to direct in Australia, you have to keep making things and observing…
Paddy MacRae, showrunner: 'Start by making a killer cup of tea'
The showrunner life is made up of early starts, late nights, and not a lot of free time. But it's…
Cannes to show films by Baz Luhrmann, George Miller and Thomas M Wright
New films from beloved Australian directors are set to premiere at the 75th Cannes Film Festival in May.