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There's a lot more to the streaming pivot than horror in the exhibition sector. It will resonate across the entire global industry.
The bestselling crime writer talks to Guy Davis about being on set as an extra and seeing her literary vision made real with a film starring Eric Bana.
From Australian gem Babyteeth, to lesbian Christmas romcom The Happiest Season, to classic sitcom rewatches, this is what the office is watching at the end of the year.
My Brilliant Career blends the intimacy of life writing with the broader scope of a story being retold. The lessons it holds for Australian girls and women continue to resonate.
Is it too soon to make a film on the 1996 Port Arthur massacre? A trauma expert's perspective.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
From Fargo to The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, an accessible Irish Film Festival and the puzzling new game Baba is You, here are our recommendations this month.
Rams tipped off the top of the list! Tenet back and snarling! What gives?
As we move towards greater gender and race inclusivity at work and in the arts, the representation of disability should not be left behind.
From classic horror to familiar dystopias, these are the films and show that are scaring the office silly this Halloween.
The writer, director and ADG President reflects on the stories we're going to need and the challenges facing the industry.
Arts and science can make strange bedfellows but they could be the perfect combination to spread the message of a carbon neutral future. A new project in New Zealand is making that connection for the future.
The dance of new passions that emerge from short films in a festival is a promise to the future. Here are two very different women filmmakers growing through luminous short films.
Despite Australia's vibrant creative games culture, studios are struggling to hire expert talent.
Daryl Sparkes reminisces about 'Babe''s technological prowess, and some anecdotes from set, on the film's 25th anniversary.
It worked, says the Sydney Film Festival of its COVID-19 Defiance Edition, and reveals the numbers to prove it.
The second lockdown may have dampened the spirits of our Melbourne office, but it has had quite the opposite effect on our enthusiasm for film and TV.
Guillermo del Toro is a true provocateur of the demonic unconscious, his mind awash with imaginary oceans, wise in the ways of terror and delight, and a Mexican god of cinema. He started very young.
Cinemas reopen this week, but did the Victorian COVID-19 spike put a dampener on cinema turnout?
SFF's revised virtual program contains festival favourite, the screenability stream. What does accessibility for disabled artists look like in the digital age?
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