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There's an excellent new prize for women writers, a national roadshow by SPA to non-bitey parts of Australia, and a heap of good lectures at MIFF.
William Marshall hauled a new name from his family past to become Bill Marshall- Stoneking, and ultimately Billy, to create the rhythm by which he is called.
Wilderpeople climbs but Goldstone runs out of rocket fuel.
It's feelgood v feelgood as four good-hearted films line up to compete for a country prize which is four times the Stawell Gift.
Key names collide again from Afghanistan to the bottom of a whisky bottle.
Crossed fingers throughout the screen industry as it confronts the ugly problem of gender inequality with $3m to fund new projects.
Goldstone is out on 42 screens, and did okay.
MIFF 2016 comes out of its cave with a program to turn the town into a winter dreamscape.
Wilderpeople and Chasing Asylum just will not die, while Mustang looks an emerging arthouse grown-ups cult film.
Who commits to fixing the mess of funding policy in screen? Not a good look, really.
The Tropfest cape and mask shrunk in the wash recently, so the character has been reskilled as a non-profit superhero.
Screen Futures, drama powerbrokers at Nine, saving Proof, and a masterclass in documentary sound.
Twelve hours to go, and screen sector has chance to add a final bump to the crowdfunded total to restore Proof.
The VCA Film and TV School has celebrated its fiftieth anniversary with a funky day and a red hot go at archiving itself.
While UK producers will face European barriers familiar to Australians, Brexit brings a heap of deeper problems too.
Wilderpeeps still going strong. Everything else was scripted in California. Sigh.
At the premiere of Force of Destiny, his film based on his own brush with death, Paul Cox reflected on his life.
Who really scored a buzz at SFF? Ten films to watch out for as they arrive in the cinemas. (we hope).
Luci Schroder, Marieka Walsh, Goran Stolevski, Dan Jackson and Lynette Walworth were the winners, in a wonderful range of projects.
On Friday, June 10, justice finally caught up with Devesh Chetty, the Indian born Australian producer and former CEO of RGM Entertainment.
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