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Showing all Screen COVID-19 news in Features
NZ Film academic Dr Gabriel Reid offers an insight into what has been an extraordinary year for the industry, particularly in Aotearoa.
The writer, director and ADG President reflects on the stories we're going to need and the challenges facing the industry.
Here's a rundown of Jobkeeper 2.0, and what the changes to the program might mean for sole traders.
As COVID strikes, what do producers do if something goes terribly wrong? There's a way to work that out, started by the SAFC, but spreading to the world.
A cemetery's ghosts are projected on a bridge in Donna McRae's latest work, while giant puppet 'Lanimals' take back the city. Art is alive out there, thanks to some small Grants.
An interview with the award-winning filmmaker about his very personal project. Part cooking show, documentary series and performance art, it defies genres.
Let's unpack IGEA's stats on the local impact of COVID-19, and what the future looks like for the Australian games ecosystem
While Screen Producers Australia struggles to get the Commonwealth to face the industry's real dilemmas, the report card overseas is both bad and good.
Revenue collapsing, schedules wrecked, standards falling – Flame and Fred tell us the truth about the TV sales and distribution market in a plague year.
As Corona cripples film and TV production globally, Australian comedy gets DIY to pick up the slack.
Screen Australia's Graeme Mason contemplates the deep future and bends back into the current dilemmas.
As the virus hit Sydney, the Gold Coast and Los Angeles, Velinda Wardell, Andrew Conder and Jules O'Loughlin reflect on their journeys to nurture, learning and gardening.
On 26 April 2020, the Federal Government launched an app to combat the spread of coronavirus. Its launch has been plagued with controversy.
Keeping community connected is the goal for the Melbourne Cinémathèque, but there's no pretense it's ideal.
How are arthouse and indy filmmakers going to function with no real-world festivals? They could be better off with online events, according to a discussion in New York.
Let's take a look at some classic Aussie TV that might have flown under your radar, from Seachange to Black Comedy.
Along with the Co-vidious turmoil, educational resources are moving online to provide insights, inspirations and clever basics. Here is a list:
Yen Yang thinks the secret to artistic survival during self isolation might be in the darkest corners of the web.
What happens when production courses go online in a frenzy of digital change? We give you Griffith University and Victorian College of the Arts.
Independent Cinemas Australia has helped its members through huge challenges like digitising and collective buying. But the Coronavirus is much worse.
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