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This year’s Queens Birthday Honours in the screen sector are a modest haul, though both the honorees are truly irrepressible.
In the grand tradition of Australian federalism, the NSW government makes the rules of the production 'hood absolutely clear.
Wilderpeople, wilderpeople wilderpee, wilder.... der.. YES.
Premium cinemas are pulling healthy audiences, and we ain't seen nothing yet - according to the prophets of the next cinema technologies.
From Chasing Asylum to Hunt for the Wilderpeople, the sector has some wins at the box office.
While AFTRS evolves its approach to professional education in the screen sector, the opportunities to make projects and build experience are also changing very rapidly.
100 films, thousands of dreams, if we add all the friends, relatives, aspirants, students and just plain generous professionals behind the creators.
A Month of Sundays, Pawno and Sherpa are now joined by Highly Strung. Be a while before we get another mainstream hit.
The Cannes winners provide a quick insight into the lovely and the loopy, the commercial and the crazy that it chooses to love.
Three new(ish) faces at Screen NSW are a real sign of changing times.
St Kilda's annual tribute to short films opened with splashy panache, went very dark and blasted out into a street fight in Switzerland.
The cinematographers run a key award which demonstrates the range of work which keeps people alive, in the year that Fury Road hit the metal.
Australian films shunt slowly round the burnt out hulks of showier films in the trainyard of despair. Little choofs of steam in the general crap.
Time may never be the same for A-list Melburnians after the premiere of the Death and Life of Otto Bloom.
Learning to ignore external stimuli, extending your vocal range, and how to pull a script apart are all skills aspiring actors need to learn.
Collecting the arts under a broader creative industries umbrella has risks as well as opportunities.
Who gets the chance to grow their careers and reputations at the Sydney Film Festival 2016?
Here's where we start to talk and wonder - a bunch of local features which will define the year emerge at the Sydney Film Festival
Fascinating results for key awards as the judges resolutely cut their own path to directorial excellence.
Senate Estimates covers Screen Australia cuts, Gender Matters, and the statistical defence of the sector.
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