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In the search for filmmakers addicted to genre, the Australian screen sector has its fingers crossed for Occupation: Rainfall. We are about to find out if we get what we need.
AIDC CEO moving on after this year's conference; Big Ant Studios sold to French company; narrative designer callout, and Aussie films rules the box office in this edition of the news in brief.
The arts did better this year with Australia Day Honours, pipping the number administered for service to sports. We take a look at the mix and what it means to valuing the arts, moving forward.
Public art project in Cairns seeks artist concepts, SWELL 2021 open for submissions, Pacesetters Creative Archives calls for artists and writers, and more opportunities and awards.
Coming from the Australia Council, where she was Director, International Development, Gill has plenty to offer 4A when it comes to exchange, funding, fresh models and grit.
From new forms of media to honouring elders, this year's award list is muted but touched with joy and melancholy.
The Dry and Penguin Bloom have now turned into a Demon Duo, turning heads in the multiplex foyers to local stars and local stories.
The Melbourne Art Foundation, NIDA, MSO, and the Museum of Contemporary Art are the first recipients in the Federal Government’s arts assistance package.
General Manager appointed at Contemporary Asian Australian Performance, ActNow Theatre announces Artistic Director, and more.
The government's plan to compel major online companies to pay the media barons has caused international ructions. But it could be made to work says Tama Leaver in The Conversation.
After four years of taking risks and trusting her instincts backed by passionate documentary makers and a determined staff, Alice Burgin will leave the AIDC.
Designed to be COVID-safe for actors and audiences alike, 'Because the Night' is Malthouse Theatre's major production for 2021.
Under the pressure of the pandemic, Screen Producers Australia has put together a tight, pungent program for its belated 2020 conference.
The latest reduction to the JobKeeper payment is already causing stress, with the scheme due to end completely on 28 March unless the Federal Government acts to extend the subsidy.
Over 100 artists have been announced for the return of the Sangam Festival 2021. Held over four weekends in Melbourne, the program reveals spoken word, music, dance, theatre and more.
Funding news, long awaited Margel Hinder exhibition, art trail celebrates 150 years of Children's Hospital, new dates for MAMMA MIA, and more arts news.
A 22-year old poet stopped the world in its tracks this week, and demonstrated the power of poetry at the US Inauguration.
The AIDC's main pitching competition showcases Asian and South American projects which shift the North-South dialogue in global documentary.
Adapted from a historical romance novel, Netflix’s Bridgerton is a saucy look at sex, gossip and race in Regency London.
At ArtsHub's Visions 2020 conference, cultural safety in the sector for First Nations artists and artists of colour was on the agenda as part of an ongoing discussion about colonisation.
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