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Successful – yes. Best in class – depends on your criteria. But the program is ambitious, covers a huge range of cultures, and is available to Australians as well. Entries close on October 22.
PAX Aus is now taking submissions for its 2021 Indie Showcase. It is accepting tabletop submissions for the first time.
To combat the challenges of COVID-19, the EWF will once again operate digitally.
The Indie Bundle for Palestinian Aid has reached its $500k goal in just three days. Let’s look at the local games showing solidarity.
Australia peak videogame industry body has warned NSW could be ‘left behind’ if the Berejiklian Government fails to invest in the state’s videogame industry in the 2021-22 Budget.
More details about Playdate, an experimental handheld videogame console have been unveiled including games, price, and release date.
Netflix has managed to dump both Jane Campion and Andrew Dominik out in the cold as everyone else focuses on Cannes.
In a small but monumental moment, the screen sector has released its 21st century approach to health and safety. It is a key document.
The Australian videogame industry's night of nights will soon be upon us, and submissions are being invited.
Both ends of Australian culture are represented in cinema at the same time. You can choose between David Gulpilil and slaves of Satan.
The Australian studio behind the well-received Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles has announced their next game in partnership with international publisher 505 Games.
How can we get to a shared national plan for the arts? Kate Fielding, CEO of A New Approach, explains why now is the perfect time to think about the bigger policy picture.
ADT appoints new Artistic Director, new staff join Circa, Craft ACT’s CEO resigns, and latest board appointments.
This week in the news, the sector reels from the one-two punch of a botched media reform policy process, and a second Victorian lockdown. Plus, reviews for Resident Evil Village, The Unusual Suspects, Mare of Easttown and more.
As the iconic prize turns 100, a portrait of artist Guy Warren – who also turns 100 this year – has won the 2021 Archibald Prize, while an Aboriginal artist takes the Wynne Prize for the fifth consecutive year.
The Perth Festival 2021 Impact Report confirms the public value in supporting local artists and arts organisations.
Premiers for WA Ballet and NORPA, Opera in Canberra, Tasmanian Aboriginal children's book, and more arts news.
Adapted from popular teen books, the high end kids' drama is produced by Danielle MacLean, Monica O'Brien and Julia Morris.
Longtime SBS leader Ben Nguyen has announced he will be joining Nine Entertainment's Stan as Director of Programming.
The taskforce will develop a three-year diversity plan for the screen funding body, and help guide strategic goals. Applications are open now.
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