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While the AFI/AACTAS steams majestically across the awardscape, the screen producers have their own shunting yards to choof around.
Why is Sydney's IMAX about to go missing? Why should you grieve? Will there be a happy ending?
Watching, listening and reading - how we amuse ourselves and why it is under threat.
Virtual reality is built on cutting-edge technology, where the rules of storytelling are still being worked out.
Neat web series Black As, itself a reboot of Bush Mechanics, has just broken a few records for Indigenous TV's online presence.
Determined to see everything? 24 films are nominated for AACTA 2016. In spectacle terms, it is a quiet year.
Wide Angle Tasmania partners up with AFTRS to create an online production competition which would make a reality TV show.
Ned Kelly gets a parking ticket, the Warumpi Band gets an outing, and Melbourne's filmmakers get a quick education.
Sounds like Game of Thrones. A Stark moves further sideways to expand, while a Batties steps out of the game. But can you ever leave?
In 408 hours, Seven is managing to broadcast five thousand hours of Olympic coverage. Après nous le déluge, as Louis XV used to say, anticipating the invention of Twitter.
We are all told that video content is the way to go, but what path do you take – the niche or the mainstream?
ACMI's Centre plus Sector approach to hubbing is getting real and looking for more participants.
Already hosting pitch and sizzle reels, Pozible has made the leap to providing its very own streaming service, for mutual profit.
The five projects which secured funding for Long Story Short initiative from the ABC and Screen Australia includes Mustafa Needs a Wife, which jumps off the page as a fragment of true blue multiculturalism.
This time of year is all about watching films from Cassavetes to De Palma, Hitchcock to Fassbinder. All while we wait for part 2 of 2016 to kick in.
Via Paul Kelly, Michael Leunig, the Cathedral Arcade and a grey, grey roofscape, one music clip hunts for the soul of Melbavostok.
Goldstone is the main national news, along with a streaming link for three Screen Resource Orgs, while MIFF has Melbourne mesmerised. That may not be an exaggeration.
Want a heap of bite-sized fun to recover from the mystery, frights and slaughters of binge viewing? The Melbourne Webfest has a whole box of smarties.
Two smart mathematicians and a packet of cocoa will really mess with your brain.
The story of Dan Jackson and his documentary In the Shadow of the Hill, set in a Brazilian favela, is a case study in deep commitment to a project and a community.
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