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By the time the industry finds a new normal, there will be a whole bunch of projects screaming to go. And this is just the federal contribution.
These hols are going to be harder than usual for kids and parents. Anthony Morris gives advice for the endless hours in front of the box.
Our fortnightly roundup of news as positive opportunities stagger through the flames. Coronavirus coverage is about covering many, many details that add up to a collective roar.
Screen Australia signals flexibility if demand shifts, but the major problems are shaping up to be huge.
After a rocky three years for Create NSW, Executive Director Chris Keely says he is a stayer, and has a vision to lead with a collaborative spirit and an open door.
Industry trembles on the edge of chaos as producers realise they have reached the end of the known world.
Breaking down the barriers between subjects and producers, and empowering communities to control their own stories, the Beyond the Box session at AIDC looked at practical examples.
For attendees, a list of winners who take $510,000 away. For everyone else, a sense of what you missed. For the State Library, peace and quiet.
Streaming services are on the rise, and the government must take action or risk losing local broadcasters. Here's how.
AFTRS has appointed Dr Nell Greenwood as its new CEO in another dynamic set of contradictions.
Senate Estimates 2020 led to a strange question: does the government or the screen sector live in the real world? One or the other but it can't be both.
Frivolous, fun or deadly serious, here are some screen-focused suggestions to mark the day, the week, the year.
Invisibility is divisive. Would it bring out the best in you, or bring out your darker urges? Marc Longenecker takes a deep dive into the history, and allure, of this superpower on film.
We went back through the archives, here are our most read stories around empowering women in the arts and debunking gender disparity.
While Seven tries polite menace with Feds, it may itself turn out to be sold to the highest bidder.
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Which two Australian-influenced characters are both anchoring a sequel in the cinemas right now?
Women in Film and Television offers a three-month mentoring program for female identifying screen practitioners.
Almost a third of Australians have been to the movies in the last four weeks, according to a recent research report.
Rachel Okine is observant, strategic and numerate. Can she harness the energy of a screen generation in its prime?
Tight, inspiring initiatives in comedy, series and mobile. And Queer Screen's Mardi Gras, Transitions, Women in Film and a sadly treated film about happiness.
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