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With the announcement of gallery participation for Sydney Contemporary, we take the pulse on the art fair sector, and its optimism for recovery.
Benjamin Zeccola, CEO of Palace Cinemas, reflects on the evolution of the exhibition side of the tightly knit family enterprise.
ACMI's first major exhibition since reopening is a crowd-pleasing blend of history, art and technology, says CEO Katrina Sedgwick about 'Disney: The Magic of Animation'.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and Stan have partnered up to offer SA producers funding and funding matching in creating new original scripted series in South Australia.
Ubisoft, the videogame publisher known for Assassin’s Creed and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six, has recorded its highest-ever sales in the last year.
EA's numbers are slightly down from last year, but its lauded free-to-play shooter Apex Legends has broken records.
Five Australian online productions have shared $1.3 million in funding from Screen Australia, including a YouTube series about Australia’s fabled emu war.
The short answer is not much more. The longer answer looks at flat funding for the Australia Council and previously announced funding for national collecting institutions and videogame development.
The 2021-22 budget costs the tax rebate changes and provides useful piecemeal support to fix the Covid blow, but government broadcasters are snubbed again.
The national broadcaster will soon ask you for your personal details in order to continue using its on-demand video service.
Boomalli co-founder, teacher, Indigenous health care activist, and internationally collected Queensland artist, Arone Meeks has died aged 64. He leaves an incredible legacy.
Streaming service 10 All Access is being replaced by Paramount+, and getting an injection of new local and international content.
Victoria’s creative industries will see some relief in the form of a $288 million investment from the State Government in 2021/22.
Yet again, the audience is telling the sector that local is best when it comes to marquee names. Pity the bankers don't get it.
For the first time in the famous film festival’s history, Tribeca will bestow a videogame with the inaugural Tribeca Games Award.
Fellow Traveller, an Australian game publishing house, has earned a number of nominations at the Independent Game Festival awards.
Director Simon McQuoid recounts how he found himself directing a video game adaptation he didn't want, and how the film found itself pioneering large scale production in Adelaide.
Content director George Dunford enthuses about Strong Songs, the goofy music podcast that unpacks the method behind the hits.
After 2020’s postponements, festivals are back with a renewed focus on the local, exciting audiences across the nation.
Is a $500k minimum spend punishingly high? Is a 30% offset enough? What's different for film and TV? Game developers, welcome to the fight for federal screen support.
Ring of Pain is one of Australia's recent videogame successes, thanks to FIlm Victoria and Humble Games. But Simon Boxer's road to this point has been long.
In our latest podcast we talk with Associate Professor Rick Chew about the evolution of arts education and how performing in an empty theatre got him through lockdown.
In response to a globalised industry, become a professional nomad. Here's two support measures which reflect fundamental changes in the sector.
The cash splash of the COVID-19 recovery budget should be used to place arts and creativity at the centre of education and community building, argues Wesley Enoch ahead of Budget 2021.
Ahead of the COVID-19 recovery budget, Esther Anatolitis looks at the narrative on the Creative Industries and what it might signal for future policy and funding.
Despite the report's limitations, Four Corners' recent inquiry into predatory monetisation in games is insightful. The videogame industry is going to have to develop a better attitude to criticism if it wants to be taken seriously.
Additional arts funding has not been equitably allocated, and the government has continued to ignore cultural workers not eligible for JobKeeper, writes Leya Reid.
An artistic inquiry into disaster preparedness is in its last days and David Pledger thinks it has much to tell us about how emergency services can benefit from the involvement of artists.
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Belvoir’s production of Virginia Woolf’s classic polemic on women in literature is a sophisticated and stimulating exploration of the role of sexual identity and suppression.
Emily Spurr's debut novel presents its characters compassionately, without being tentative in her approach to their pain.
The energy pumped out from the stage by these two performers was frenetic enough to power Broadway if channelled properly.
Warm, wise and playful, this polished debut features yet another great performance from Noni Hazlehurst, says critic Mel Campbell.
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