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Bruce Miller, project creator and an executive producer on The Handmaid's Tale, talks producing. 'I'll sacrifice everything to give my actors a chance to do their job.'
NZ Film academic Dr Gabriel Reid offers an insight into what has been an extraordinary year for the industry, particularly in Aotearoa.
Hugh Mackay is that rare thing: a writer who also shows us how we see ourselves as a nation.
Australia’s Parliament is holding an inquiry into the creative industries. Ben Eltham looks at the evidence given in public hearings.
The public argument about the Martin Bryant project is very close to home for the screen sector. Should we be prejudged? Are some ideas beyond the pale?
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As the publicity caravan moves on, we can sense the longer term influences which shaped this year's AACTA results.
Is it too soon to make a film on the 1996 Port Arthur massacre? A trauma expert's perspective.
An impressive battle of wills for a bed with a view.
Postponed due to COVID, the first edition of the Fivex Art Prize will soon be announced with artworks to be featured on the iconic QMS Media billboards in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD, bringing much needed artistic energy back to a city that has endured so much under lockdown.
‘The timing is right now, because it’s led by First Nations designers,’ says Piinpi curator Shonae Hobson, of the first major survey of Indigenous fashion at Bendigo Art Gallery.
Belvoir and STC granted exemption on audience numbers, Overlapping Magisteria opens at ACCA, high-flying PIPPIN comes to Australia, plus more news.
As videogame technology becomes even more relevant to a wider range of industries, how do we ensure rural communities aren't being left behind?
To mark International Day of People with Disability, Stan adds an award-winning Australian doco about the search for intimacy by young gay playwright with cerebral palsy. The film's director-producer Pip Kelly tells us about making it and getting it on TV.
‘The one thing that you always have as a politician is a platform. I really want to put the enormous potential of the Australian videogame industry on that platform.’
Three outstanding artists have been named as recipients of the 2020 National Arts and Disability Awards, which coincides with International Day of People with Disability.
What does it mean to make and engage with art when the physical doors are closed? Archie Plus is a an immersive, responsive curatorial project that offers an answer.
The introduction of a diverse array of elective subjects across four Masters programs in RMIT’s School of Art is intended to prepare students for the reality of a COVID-defined creative industry.
A free outdoor art gallery has transformed the streets of Werribee City Centre, temporarily changing the way locals perceive and interact with their city.
With International Day of People with Disability this week, we take a look back through our archive at how well the arts have managed this conversation, and what still needs to change.
‘I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more!’
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