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Gary Hamilton transcends popcorn to feed his own vision of success in China - great scripts and English speaking local heroes.
Have your say on AIDC 2018. Read the evidence about the health of feature docs in Australia. Should we despair?
Palace has rebooted BIFF. What does that mean? What does it tell us about the changing shape of festivals?
The Cairnes brothers approach to horror is simple, assured, and gets to the guts of the matter. We dare you to take the same path.
Before cameras even begin to roll, female characters suffer sexism in how they are described on the pages of screenplays. What can we do to improve this?
lldikó Enyedi, who won the top prize at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival, shared her creative process at a Screen Women master class.
Beneath the whimsy is forty years of smart business and a crusade to create the best stop motion in the world. With love and plasticine. And cheese.
We all want diverse stories to fit a diverse country. This is what we actually mean.
Icon versus bureaucracy? The inevitable passage of time and tide? Paul Harris, Triple R and his loyal listeners face the end of an institution.
Richard Tognetti and Jennifer Peedom collaborate on unique concerts and a landmark documentary.
Warwick Thorton's We Don't Need a Map is really something - a major essay film that is funny and fresh and unpretentious.
In from day one, producer Melissa Kelly describes how Hounds of Love evolved and honoured its original vision. Will it stand the test of time?
Ruben Östlund, who won the Palm d'Or at Cannes this year, has a fascinating way of working with actors.
From software IP to in-house creative development on international projects, Zareh Nalbandian inches forward like a steam engine in mud - patient but unstoppable.
The American Essentials festival doing the rounds through May is curated by Richard Sowada, as a challenge and a temptation to Australian filmmakers.
In her film Cameraperson, Kirsten Johnson confronts the sequences that challenge her understanding of her craft, her morality and the human condition.
It’s your last chance for this weekend’s INTRO TO VR in Sydney, WRITING FOR TV (10 weeks, online) starting next week, and INTERNATIONAL MARKET STRATEGY in Melbourne next Thursday, presented by Screen Producers Australia (SPA) in conjunction with AFTRS.
Straddling the worlds of finance and social activism, Ian Darling has shaped theatre and art and changed the future of documentary.
Exhibition major Village Roadshow creates a new rewards program and reveals the changing logic of the modern cinema experience.
Virtual reality enables the audience perspective to leave the stalls and become part of the action in a boundary-smashing collaboration between choreography and screen.
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