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All the major streaming providers are playing electronic chess to capture your gaze. Here is a glimpse of the ABC's game.
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What happens when a battered significant film festival is taken over by the significant art gallery for the same city? Not bad at all says Sarah Ward.
Appealing to Australian values works for Ride Like a Girl, but the whole idea is a quiet cinematic battleground. The Conversation offers some thoughts on the legendary Hoges.
Seph McKenna was a key executive at Roadshow Films when it distributed a truly Australian breakout. He says these films tell us a lot about what we really want to see.
While the UK tears itself to pieces, the BBC argues for a role which illuminates our own Australian dilemmas.
After a lot of grief to assemble its present structure, Create NSW takes a backward step to recreate Screen NSW.
While Australian film and television may be dominated by people of Anglo backgrounds, Jackie Bailey argues that we could be telling diaspora stories and finding bigger audiences.
Want an honest evaluation of a film festival by its director? Greg Dolgopolov finds some surprising truths running Australian films beyond the Black Stump in Queensland.
The new Australian Netflix office is being talked up as a golden goose for producers, but the lobbyists think the bid bad wolf may be in town.
Ita Buttrose, Fiona Cochrane, Suzanne Baker, Sigrid Thornton, Ray Argall, Kerry Heysen-Hicks, Eric Bana and Ken Sutcliffe all have very clear beliefs.
This weekend hopes were dashed and the public drama of politics became strange and unpredictable. Here is David Tiley's early take on how it will impact the screen sector.
Scott Seddon, President of Independent Cinemas Australia puts the boot into some boogie men. Cinema is growing. Streaming is not killing it. Skillful exhibitors are prospering - if they are versatile.
We have until 10 May to say what’s needed in the Australia Council's next Strategic Plan so let's embolden them.
The ABC and SBS stay stuck; the NFSA cops a loss; ACMA gains; Austrade could work better for the sector. But the announcements are basically deceptive.
At last one political party supports the screen sector with concrete proposals - and it is the one party which is effectively useless. But the government might do a Fagin to our Oliver Twist on budget night.
We compare the statements by the NSW Liberal Party, the ALP and the Greens to discover a remarkable lack of interest in domestic production.
From day one, the commercial television networks have fought quotas for children's TV. Here's an elegant summary.
Kim Dalton presents a progress report on his Accountable ABC campaign, adds digital future twist.
Former Head of ABC Television Kim Dalton’s Platform Paper argues that the ABC ignores and ultimately betrays its wider responsibilities to government and to our culture. Children’s television is a clear example.
Are the memories of the future to be made of placeless kids' animation and a deflating ABC? The situation is dire.
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