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While the sector is frantic to start shooting, it is also relishing the chance to develop projects. How does that feel to Nerida Moore, Screen Australia’s Head of Development?
The official guidelines for an anti-viral screen workplace are now out. No surprises but a vital level of certainty.
An interview with the award-winning filmmaker about his very personal project. Part cooking show, documentary series and performance art, it defies genres.
SBS keeps doing inventive and lean under the policy radar but the pandemic will force it to confront an ugly finance problem in public.
A quiet week as cinemas look forward and hold breath. First peek at Dirt Music and production protocols for the new world.
A new feature film from Baz Lurhmann, an adaptation of a Melina Marchetta novel and online sci-fi comedy series from Adele Vuko are among the highlights.
A quarter of all arts and recreation jobs are now gone. Only eatery and hotel staff are worse off. And many creative people work in both.
While the government's budget has tripled since 1985, the ABC budget has been cut by a third. According to a new report funded by GetUp!, we still love our ABC.
Veteran production accountant Jane Corden reflects on the ATO, BAS, a bad classification problem and the early moves to restart.
Create NSW has announced $6.34 million in support of the NSW small-medium arts and screen sector, with accommodation assistance, funds for new initiatives, quick response grants and fellowships.
Digital platforms will be forced to compensate news media companies for using their content – but after a pandemic, will it be enough?
The federal government has announced a package to help regional media through the coronavirus crisis. But our national broadcasters have not been so lucky.
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Virus + regulations brawl = frazzled lobbyists, more unity and an emerging blast of imagination.
Bushwhacked by the virus, caught up in the fight about commercial TV quotas, the government releases the Options Paper about regulation. What does it contain?
The industry responds, adapts, tries to brave and hopes the internet holds up.
Screen Queensland lays out part one of its Coronavirus rescue program to get crew working as soon as possible. Still to come is business development and resilience.
The South Australian sector had a mega-moment online, called a Virtual Town Hall Meeting. This is how it turned out.
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.
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