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Let's look at the cruelly overlooked, the chronically successful, and the criminally overconfident releases that showed on our screens this weekend.
We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2019.
From Star Wars to Will Smith as a Pigeon and an Aussie Go Kart film, we rate the family fare, date by date.
This week at the box office brings a spooky alternative to animated princesses while The Good Liar goes bad, and more.
These lists are always subjective, so film critic Mel Campbell brought her heart to the matter of naming the ones that linger.
Publisher Allen and Unwin's rights manager gives us the skinny on contracts, adaptations, and making your rights work for you.
Short, snackable, raw. Here are the takeaway bites on our plate right now.
Producer Lee Matthews has been watering the seeds of diversity with a short script competition. This is what happened.
The rising director talks about the challenges of documenting his hometown, and the mammoth race that obsesses him.
Replacing Claire Dobbin is philanthropy expert and social entrepeneur Teresa Zolnierkiewicz.
This week in the box office promises old school mysteries and frosty adventures. How did Australian films do?
First winners announced. More to come on Wednesday night with the televised ceremony.
Finding her way to a film career through a love of street art, this director gives good advice to others lacking the confidence of traditional pathways.
The death of Martin Armiger in his French paradise, surrounded by love, brings peace but a huge sense of loss.
IMAX production? HK legals change for screen sector, Alibaba uniquely creative advertising beats all obstacle.
Screenhub brings you this week's box office biz, from stoned teens to snow queens.
Diversity rules in musical styles, even between works by the same composer at the 2019 APRA AMCOS screen music awards.
Short, snackable, raw. Here are the takeaway bites on our plate this week.
Faith, drama and temptation spiced up Tait Brady's journey to make Suzi Q as an independent feature documentary. It is a mixture of faith, drama and temptation.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards develop grunt and glam as they support the rise of trans-regional markets.
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