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Local films are dribbling away, sadly, though there is not much competition.
A TV adaptation of 'Ladies in Black', a new feature film for Khoa Do, and a 12-part feminist political TV drama set in 2045 are among the projects being developed.
From a fighting nurse and the majesty of rivers to a dynamic duo of New Zealanders, here is some news to gladden our hearts.
Despite remarkable resilience, Australian indie cinemas are desperate for the government to solve a problem caused by the collapse of the international supply chain.
Writer/Director Josh Tanner sat down with the CEO of Dreamscreen Australia and the head of Epic Games’ LA Lab on a Screen Forever panel about the future of virtual post-production.
Mardi Gras goes to Sydney Cricket Ground for safety, two live action series for ABC Kids, and conferences, festivals, opinions and more.
Right now, local films and the local industry are showing confidence in the market and cinema audiences. By contrast, writes Stephen Gaunson, the Hollywood studios are panicking.
After postponing in 2020, the inaugural AWFF is set to launch in 2021 spearheaded by artistic directors Tahyna Macmanus & Kelly Tomasich.
Now in its tenth year the documentary festival with a positive spin goes virtual. We talked to director Daniel Simons about the program and his latest reasons for hope.
An ordinary US film hits number one, while The Dry pushes for $20m and The Furnace snorts back into view.
There will be a lot of hard tussling over the proposed reinvention of the sector in 2021. Screen Forever offered a taste of the issues.
With a unique overview, Alice Burgin concludes that 'good, good people with the right attitude can make huge amounts of change.'
The Emerging Screenwriters' Incubator will be run in partnership with screen bodies, providing 18 diverse screenwriters with employment in top notch Australian production companies over the next three years.
Firestarter: The story of Bangarra is about to be released in cinemas. Sarah Ward saw it as part of the Brisbane International Film Festival last October.
Ian Richter was 'a generous and gentle soul who loved the world and all its riches', according to Michelle McGahey in her obituary for the Australian Production Design Guild.
The Dry, Penguin Bloom, kdramas, cartoons and more, in this month's roundup of what the office is watching.
Four of the top five films at the box office are now Australian for a total exceeding $25m.
Can Blueback, now starting production in WA, do as well as The Dry? Hard to compare as this film has a different audience.
A deeply human love story about a trans deaf man and a queer musician. Naavikaran honours this independent film's ambitions, but questions some casting decisions.
Celebrating the film's 25th anniversary and cinema re-release, Mel Campbell writes a love letter to the iconic movie that makes her feel young and old all at once.
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