Why I'm studying... Diploma of Screen and Media
Aspiring filmmaker Felix Wilkins chose to study close to home at Collarts in Melbourne. He says meeting fellow students is…
A look at the immersive shift in Australia's cultural sector and how to fund it
REMIX Summit 2023 in Perth delved into "The Immersive Revolution" and what this could mean for funding models in Australia.
Australian Film Festivals Guide 2024
From MIFF to BIFF, this is the ultimate 2024 guide to Australian Film Festivals.
Theatre review: The Approach, Flight Path Theatre
An intriguing display of betrayal and broken friendships.
How stage and screen directors can deepen their understanding of their craft
NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Directing provides students with the opportunity to think about process, communication and craft through…
Creative companies filing for bankruptcy
Within days, two creative companies announced that they had moved into liquidation, confirming fears of a tightening economy in the…
Museums spearhead production in VR films
Three trans-Tasman museums invest a total of $1 million for WA-based White Spark Pictures to develop new VR documentaries.
So you want my arts job: Actor
Acting is just standing around pretending, right? Not so, says Aaron Walton, about a craft that is more complicated than…
Why I studied... Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production
Emerging screen producer Faraz Anarwala talks about studying at AFTRS and specialising in Production Design, Sound and Cinematography.
Ageism, sexism and classism: 7 examples of bias in AI-generated images
Creating images has never been simpler, but without intervention, AI generators reproduce bias and deepen inequalities.