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The ADG Awards, Production Designers Guild and Oscars, Screenworks widens composers scheme, AWG wants your AWGIE submissions.
'We are just settled after a time of digital disruption. It is not the end of the world. Where to now?’ CEO/Creative Director Alice Burgin lays out the challenge of AIDC 2019.
Diversity dominates shortlist for annual comp charged with unearthing future of screenwriting.
Screenwest is now headed by a fierce combination of veteran management, PR talent and quokka protection as John Driscoll is announced as Chair.
As the EU fights to stabilise the publishing market on the net, Vimeo has been hung out to dry as a bad citizen in the eyes of an Italian court.
As part of his Currency House Platform Paper, Sydney documentarian Tom Zubrycki reveals some hard truths about the role of the national broadcasters.
An unusual year as the awards went pop culture, but the modest industry toilers are there too. And an actual producer in Sue Maslin.
Powerhouse calls for Architect, residencies with Animal Logic and The Wheeler Centre, more money for regional arts announced, and more art news.
James Dickinson, the new CEO of Screenrights, sketches a vision of evolutionary improvement.
The small group of artistic directors of major Australian film festivals is once again complete.
Over twenty years the exhibition landscape has changed enormously. Will film ever be as good again?
Grand plans and lots of spanners - with the survivors stuck with fixing the mess once the knowledge has gone.
The government seems to offer more money to the sector. Look again, suckers.
The Australian Film Institute held its first awards night sixty years ago. This year we have reached a remarkable political crescendo.
Location: AFTRS in Sydney. Topic: the final WIFT survey report. Speaking: the key people. Duration: afternoon.
Agents, showrunners, Australian diffidence, hammering on the Hollywood gates - here's how producers get a Californian tan.
Glendyn Ivin & Bruce Permazel have Best Direction awards so far, while Belinda Chayko and the team of David Tranter and Steven Macgregor have the Best Screenplay gongs.
Data and diversity are central to the modern AFTRS approach, a long way from its modest and intuitive origins 45 years ago.
The Chinese are pumping out new regulations about foreign workers and productions which far outstrip our domestic controls. Will it matter?
This year's awards honours a bunch of individualist that give us hope for the future, from a knitted toy to a wise and loving lawyer
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