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Warner Bros offers emerging Australian writers a way out of the Australian cage. To find, of course, a much bigger cage but it has many attractions.
Jill Bilcock, Chris Freeman and Alison Niselle are the true industry figures in this year's nominations, representing the crafts of editing, the law and screenwriting. Nice.
Govt to help pay for Brisbane Studio, Ones to Watch can be watched, SPA prize fight open, Business Essentials and Melb network event
There are some interesting agency opportunities at the moment as the SAFC and Film Victoria are both advertising several positions.
Screen Australia has announced that Mike Brealey, formerly of Create NSW, will now Create order in the federal agency.
The SAFC has senior jobs, the Adelaide Film Fest delays the submission date (a bit) and SFF promotes its strand about filmmakers and disability.
Blackmagic is a remarkable Australian success story, which grew from nothing to sell equipment around the world. All driven by the visceral determination and challenging ideas of CEO Grant Petty.
Michael Ward has been a key policy insider for the ABC and the AFC over two decades. Here he works out the real cuts to the ABC since 2013. Finally - the right answer.
Ratings tell us about eyeballs, but can we deep dive into the sea of conversation about shows and genres? Get some feeling for what people really want?
The budget cuts to the ABC are strangely real and strangely not. How will this play out?
Directors Guild Awards: diverse projects and women directors? Is this the future?
The chair of the SDIN Network rotates around the organisations involved. Exit AFTRS, in comes SAFC.
There's a lot more to a life in the screen sector than a string of credits, as Ray Argall's Cecil Holmes Award demonstrates.
Film Vic gets an extra 10% per year to go out the door over the next four years. That is a lot of cat food.
Screen Australia has opened itself to new visions and approaches from outside the traditional industry mainstream. The old barriers are going.
The Feds have finally fixed the mess about the world incentive battle to tempt tentpoles to the Australian sector. And offered a clue to its attitude to the domestic Offsets.
Is this the real take-off point for South Australia as the SAFC tries to support locally generated content?
Screen Producers Australia has announced a Screen Production Industry Survey, due by May 25, to fill what it believes is a hole in the basic industry research.
The cinematographers who covered the Australians in World War One were a fantastic bunch, with a supporting gallery of remarkable English journalists.
Commercial television is hammering to reduce the amounts of drama etc it is compelled to run. But spiralling sports costs are a much bigger problem.
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