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Funding news, festival updates, opportunities for independent artists, and a whip-around of program and exhibition announcements from around the nation.
Industry stalwarts Deborah Cheetham AO, David McAllister AM, Jill Smith AM and Ann Tonks AM are celebrated after a challenging year for the live performance sector.
It's a big week for film festivals with a new director for BIFF, MIFF opening apps for 37 South Market and Critics Campus 2021, SFF opening a new Indigenous Fellowship, and Doc Edge's program announcement.
The streamer's first dip into local documentary is a 6-part series exploring the wrecks that litter WA's famous treasure coast.
Nintendo’s foray into experimental creativity and education continues, announcing Game Builder Garage for Nintendo Switch.
Australia's first-ever nationwide tax offset for game development will be included in the next Budget, supercharging the local videogame industry.
In the leadup to the festival's 69th edition, MIFF opens applications for two of its iconic programs, Critics Campus and the screen financing-focussed 37 South Market
Activision Blizzard is the latest videogame publisher to mark record revenue, with Melbourne Call of Duty studio Sledgehammer Games also seeing continued growth.
The NZ Documentary festival has announced a 2021 program of over 80 films, which will be available to watch both online and in cinemas.
The Deutsche Bank Fellowship has some heartening design features which will make one screen person very happy and may inspire some imitations.
Big opportunities to support the music industry, plus a bumper week for writing prizes and an Australian artist flying the flag in Sarajevo.
The court hearing between Epic Games and Apple have shown Epic has invested millions into 'free games' to try and onboard users.
Anne-Louise Sarks came of age artistically in Melbourne, and is excited about championing the city's artists and playwrights in her new leadership role at the Melbourne Theatre Company.
The project development support from the Asia Pacific Screen Academy is the most unusual program in Australia, but it offers a lot to the right applicants.
Jess Hill's gripping and essential documentary series spearheads SBS programming during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month
Sony has invested in the popular communication software company, with the aim to create integration with PlayStation consoles.
Emily Avila has just taken up the position of festival director for BIFF 2021, to build a broad event across the wider city. The festival will take place 21-31 October.
The state's biggest international production in a decade, 'La Brea' will see Melbourne double for LA in the story of a family separated by disaster.
The seed fund to develop new works by Tasmanian Aboriginal artists for future festivals will be managed by a First Nations cultural advisory group.
Valerie Parv published more than 70 novels and sold more than 34 million books, but because she wrote romances few Australian readers are familiar with her name, writes Jodi McAlister.
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