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21 Nov 2014
From Brisbane to Benalla via Canberra and the Mornington Peninsula, here are the latest program announcements.
Success compels attention as Seven’s Tim Worner talks cost-cutting and production.
Can artists and creative enterprises revitalise underutilised spaces in Docklands and beyond?
Screen Australia (mildly) contemplates a white label future
Digital content is about building parallel universes - but do any of them have a cash economy? The jury is nonplussed...
VFX truly is the producer's friend, in the battle to contain costs and control the vasty deeps.
A standard arc of redemption may sit at the centre of The Dark Horse, but the earnest biopic exceeds any semblance of formula.
SVOD, FTA or Foxtel? In that battle for brand loyalty, Foxtel knows that local content is an increasingly handy weapon.
ABC Head of TV whistles insouciantly at budget cuts with low cost comedy.
Artists can develop their skills by turning their backs on spectacle and forcing themselves to work on a more intimate scale.
Selling format rights into the US market is like selling ice to the Inuit - great bragging rights and a lingering sense of astonishment.
The iconic and inimitable Sion Sono applies his particular talents to a ridiculous and riveting underworld opera of sorts.
A year after devastating funding cuts savaged the sector, Brisbane's independent scene is still fighting but some have fallen.
Melbourne gallery Slopes pays homage to 90’s grunge icon in their final show
With New Zealand and Australia such close neighbours, why aren’t more artists focused on reciprocal tours?
20 Nov 2014
The Victorian state election offers genuine choices and arts policies that acknowledge the transformational power of arts.
Opinions & Analysis
The arts industry needs to be less polite and more strategic when it comes to lobbying for sector interests.
Australia’s art galleries are currently enthralled by fashion.
Does Whiplash, the new film by American Damien Chazelle, glorify or denounce the behaviour of an obsessive teacher?
With the cuts to the ABC and SBS confirmed, the remarks of their CEOs at SPA make more sense. Now to hunt for the deeper implications.
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