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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'.
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.
NFSA celebrates the 60-year career of the prolific Indigenous photojournalist Mervyn Bishop with an exhibition in Canberra only until August.
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.
How do you speak up for the rights of others when you don't have job security? Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins enlists some experts for advice.
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.
Victoria’s screen industry, encompassing film, television and videogames, today received a large investment commitment as part of a four-year strategy to help the state compete internationally.
Warm, wise and playful, this polished debut features yet another great performance from Noni Hazlehurst, says critic Mel Campbell.
It's a big week for film festivals with a new director for BIFF, MIFF opening apps for 37 South Market and Critics Campus 2021, SFF opening a new Indigenous Fellowship, and Doc Edge's program announcement.
A drunken Australian step-cousin of 1970s European and American cinema, Parish Malfitano's debut is a rich minestrone stew of cinephilic allusions, says Adrian Martin.
In the leadup to the festival's 69th edition, MIFF opens applications for two of its iconic programs, Critics Campus and the screen financing-focussed 37 South Market
The NZ Documentary festival has announced a 2021 program of over 80 films, which will be available to watch both online and in cinemas.
The Deutsche Bank Fellowship has some heartening design features which will make one screen person very happy and may inspire some imitations.
The project development support from the Asia Pacific Screen Academy is the most unusual program in Australia, but it offers a lot to the right applicants.
Emily Avila has just taken up the position of festival director for BIFF 2021, to build a broad event across the wider city. The festival will take place 21-31 October.
The weekend after the Oscars, Nomadland is shaping up to be the worst performing Best Picture winner in decades. You get two guesses as to why.
Writer Glen Dolman and director Luke Eve use the structure of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl rom-com to tell a story of mental illness, with mixed results, says Mel Campbell.
Laura’s Choice, a documentary about 90-year-old Laura Henkel navigating a radical approach to dying, has secured an international distribution rights deal with Dutch company Off The Fence.
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