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A Month of Sundays sags off a fragile base, but has capacity to linger in the system for some time.
Against the odds, many local cinemas continue to prosper. The key is community, and this is how they make it happen.
The true experts in information gathering about audiences live in the screen sector. Like it or love it, the data they gather is very, very useful.
After a decade of trying to find work-life balance, arts workers are discovering there's a better way.
Who loves Captain America the most? Yes, its us...
Beyond politics and culture, what is the main problem for the sector? For the ADG's Kingston Anderson, its jobs. The fundamental chance to actually work.
With an election approaching, the sector is dancing the non-partisan two-step, though the tune itself is a bit sinister.
The Productivity Commission has released a draft report which hacks into existing intellectual property (IP) protection for creatives.
Melbourne legend Paul Harris talks new trends in shorts, and the pop-up cinema colonising the town hall.
Tigers, witches, a parallel world and local productions marching steadily but modestly forwards.
The St Kilda Film Festival emerges from the palm-lined waters of Port Phillip Bay to say, 'We're here"... be ready..
Filmmakers campaign hard to get their films into major festivals, but Australian audiences don't seem to care. Not a problem, says the screen sector.
The Sydney Film Festival announced the opening night film, and we shiver with excitement. Yes folks, its festival season, with ADDED TRAILER.
The AFI/AACTA machine is grinding into gear, as awards season brings new categories and same broadcaster.
Unperturbed but reinforced, the screen sector will mostly do the same but sometimes with more money in the new government's approach to the arts.
Mowgli sweeps the world, including China, in Jungle Book. The Daughter is heading for a nap, while Sherpa continues to entice.
The production story of Sherpa is a thrilling yarn in itself, with some important messages about planning, treatments and sheer tenacity.
Is the agency obsession with credits and bolting more experienced practitioners onto projects finally waning? Gender Matters is a pretty clear hint.
The Daughter, Sherpa, sheep and a provocative horror film give arthouse audiences everything but laughter.
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