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Supported by Australians in Film, four mentorships offer the chance to connect closely to Hollywood and fit the experience in with a working life.
What do we mean by Australian stories? Queensland producer and comic creative Daley Pearson provides a beaut answer from Coolum Beach.
Tony Ayres has walked away from Matchbox Pictures to become a global player. Here's why.
For an artist, death is not final if the work lives on beyond personal memory. Editor Suresh Ayyar's friends search the essence of his touch in an extended collection of clips.
Fear of kitten vids, spiritual optometry and the end of the world - three SPA Ones to Watch who were a pleasure to interview.
Writer of drama and comedy and the ultimate veteran - Hugh Stuckey is dead.
Sandy George honoured by Fiona Cameron while Screenhub calls for her role to continue.
Warner Bros offers emerging Australian writers a way out of the Australian cage. To find, of course, a much bigger cage but it has many attractions.
Govt to help pay for Brisbane Studio, Ones to Watch can be watched, SPA prize fight open, Business Essentials and Melb network event
There's a lot more to a life in the screen sector than a string of credits, as Ray Argall's Cecil Holmes Award demonstrates.
The cinematographers who covered the Australians in World War One were a fantastic bunch, with a supporting gallery of remarkable English journalists.
Screen Producers Australia looks for feedback on its draft of the Screen Industry Code on Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment.
To grow your business, think like a doctor or lawyer. What is more, their model is intergenerational. Industry thinker Dr David Court issues a challenge.
From Mountain to Jungle, Sunshine to Cold Hearts the Directors' Guild has a bumper crop for the 2018 awards.
AFTRS grows its online resources with lessons for primary and secondary school teachers.
From modern surrealism in Brisbane to Spanish street dancers all round Australia, the Nazis on degenerate art and a John Clarke clip in his honour, the calender is sizzling.
As VR experts learn to build visceral experiences, they too are going communal, and talking duty of care about their enthralled audiences.
Creative life may run on excitement tempered by endurance and a passion for detail, but it all depends on a good night's sleep. Enter the CPAP machine, cutely covered in promises.
Major newspapers are recruiting documentary makers aka video journalists to make short-form pieces that add the punch of screen storytelling to the power of print. Is it working?
The AIDC is getting very close, AWGIES entries open, Monte Miller next week, Vic WIFT in action and NZ steals limelight for old TV shows again.
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