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The issue of piracy may be terribly familiar, but this panel has chapter and verse on why it is still important.
We all have common sore points when it comes to arts marketing, but we can't overcome them if we keep doing the same tried and tested techniques. Here's how to change.
Peter Jackson casts himself, gets into a time travel joke with Dr Who, and reveals a dab hand at calm high naturalistic impro. Note the use of the single locked off image..
Rube Goldberg films are a genre unto themselves. Here's two modern versions which blitz the idea in very different ways, with added bloopers.
Steps to repair a loss of trust and respect from the arts sector were put into play at a National Roundtable, along with some terms of acceptance for moving forward.
Metro Screen is holding its final breakup party on November 11. Bring your own effigy.
Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
New micro-accounting production accounting services are targeting the needs of low budget filmmakers and digital creatives.
How did an event cinema company called CinemaLive ride the death of lantern slides in cinemas into an operation in two countries and seventy territories? It is a long, tangled and inventive tale.
Digital disruption is putting audiences in the habit of getting what they want - and having a say in how it is made.
Geographical isolation and resources wealth have spawned a distinctive cultural identity that begs the eastern states to pay more attention to Perth.
Arclight really does see its future in China, and is putting its time where its aspirations lie. Enter the Huace Group, and Zhao Yifang.
Tap into arts-focused online platforms to access materials, administrative support, spaces and customers in a dynamic global economy.
Both the ABC and Foxtel are discovering that the future of the arts on television is healthier if it is also online. Can experiment and a sense of freedom bring younger audiences?
It is with deep regret and considerable sadness that the Board of Directors of Metro Screen has announced that the Sydney-based organisation will close at the end of 2015.
Leverage Instagram to build your creative business with this guide to using the medium to its full potential.
Five months in ACMI CEO Katrina Sedgwick reflects on transforming Australia's only museum of the moving image into a human meeting place and digital funfair.
Were any arts funding bodies or philanthropists brave enough to implement these suggestions from the US they might come close to getting what they actually want.
New research and a new lobby group in the screen sector rewrites the playbook on the approach to piracy.
A new survey has found one in seven young people suffer from mental health issues but helping them access art and music may be a powerful treatment.
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