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One Chair, one Managing Director, one Chief Financial Officer - the ABC seen through three speeches and a branding campaign.
Netflix changes purchase policy and bang go Australian dreams. Can we save anything from the wreckage?
Getting a visa to work in the US film industry has now become much harder. Crack lawyer Andrea Szew lays out the battle strategy.
The Australian Directors' Guild calls out Peter Dutton for rubber-stamping visas which cut into valuable local jobs.
ArtsHub sat down this week with NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin in a checklist conversation that tackled funding, priorities and vision.
As industry decides that sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination is no longer a joke, we scramble for a solution that bites.
We can imagine how Tracey Spicer feels about being the only screen industry woman honoured by the Australia Day List.
The current campaign about power, abuse and behaviour on set is a great trigger to get the industry house in order. So, seminars..
Eminent and detached Charles Darwin University legal expert Ken Parish reflects on the Craig McLachlan/Dr Blake industry dilemma.
The very last article for 2017, with some final goodies.
Workshops, global connections, diversity, regional development, gender matters - Enterprise projects reflect the preoccupations of the screen bureaucracy.
There's good in the House of Reps report into the sector, and even a bit of new money, but there is also one big fat mistake.
The AACTAs from inside the room, among friends and hopefuls.
Bad headline but chilling data as Hollywood faces the Australian problem of deliberately making films for international consumption.
AACTAs celebrate creativity with a ritual which is just the opposite, trapped in thanks and soppy adjectives. Beyond the hype, the awards went to fine achievements.
Diversity, class, justice and income - the raw materials for social ideas which may save creativity in hard times. UK expert Deborah Williams talked to Australian screen producers.
Disaster Artist is a treat for screen people, who will also be charmed by Mike Rubbo's book and videos. Meanwhile, the AIDC is banging out the conference bait.
It's not the money - it's the inspiration. Shooting regionally, digging deep into a community and a landscape, is a joy.
With garlic, stakes, patience and a heap of humour, three disability activists are pushing Monsterous Monoculturia back into the ancestral forest.
Each year the Screen Forever conference checks on the progress of gender equality. So far? Some good, some slower than we thought.
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