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Creative life may run on excitement tempered by endurance and a passion for detail, but it all depends on a good night's sleep. Enter the CPAP machine, cutely covered in promises.
Major newspapers are recruiting documentary makers aka video journalists to make short-form pieces that add the punch of screen storytelling to the power of print. Is it working?
The AIDC is getting very close, AWGIES entries open, Monte Miller next week, Vic WIFT in action and NZ steals limelight for old TV shows again.
The Australian Production Designers Guild has taken five years of research and rewriting to produce a free manual, partly for the rest of us.
Trying to build a career? Creative but too smart to try being a key creative? Just want to be vital to the sector? Here you go...
Mandate a code of conduct or lose funding, says Screen Australia. A beginning, but there's more to be done, says writer Sophie Mathisen.
Bryan Neathaway Brown, producer and actor, stalwart of Aust, has been given an honorary doctorate. His speech is pretty wonderful.
Both short film winners at the AACTAs are in serious contention for an Oscar, though only the actors hit the feature headlines.
We are supposed to jingle our bells and go mainstream. Instead we seek out the scraps to keep the arthouse spirit alive.
Lion gets everything not nailed down. Hopes for the modest films coming through in the technical awards boiled down to one for Ali's Wedding.
Goodies on Iview, Japanese festival still there, AIDC ramps up with emerging program, APSA climax streams tonight.
From bowel-scarfing monsters to a child's loyalty, and the testosterone rush of a tribal football roar, the winners in the 2017 awards covered a lot of emotional territory.
From a dancer as old as the rocks to a Pixar philosopher, some muscly fests and Screen Forever, a heap is happening.
Screen Forever's pitching slots are open tomorrow. Russians and Brits compete for festival audiences. And the wonderful Winda is selling tickets.
Thor Ragnarok is directed by Taika Waititi, the imp of New Zealand, headlining the long list of cinema treasures around at the moment.
A bumper crop of startling images and dreamscapes from other cultures, as the last festivals for the year flower. Also, Screen Forever.
A bunch of Australian films, Blade Runner 2049, the Antenna Doc fest - and a wonderful short doc about Anne Deveson which is much more than a biopic
Australian films still appear in the schedule with a bunch more due next Thursday. Google fu will find them in your hood.
This week there's lots of treats only available at one place and time, but there could be something in your 'hood.
Greek, Italian and soon Korean Festivals bring the big international fare, but the indy Australians gather their audiences handful by handful.
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