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Buried in a surprise report, the government refuses to offer any more money to the ABC and SBS. And the sector is still under deregulation threat.
Opinions & Analysis
Let's have a look at screenhub's biggest stories of 2019: from the timely, to the timeless.
From Star Wars to Will Smith as a Pigeon and an Aussie Go Kart film, we rate the family fare, date by date.
It’s a challenge to curate a fresh take on Matisse and Picasso, two of the most widely shown artists, but an age old rivalry adds a new lens.
From Dr Who to The Commons, Money Heist, the Riot Act podcast and more, here are the team's picks.
Curator Deborah Hart takes a look at the lesser known artist Hugh Ramsay, a prodigy who died at just 28, but whose impact on Australian art is more deeply felt than we realised.
Kim Dalton, chair of the Asian Animation Summit, is helping to build relationships with our neighbouring screen sectors.
The City of Sydney has announced a new 9km harbour walk that draws attention to First Nations stories along the city’s famous shoreline.
Sofie Burgoyne and Tess Campbell’s cross-disciplinary work creates choreographic structures out of the embodied labour of care.
The co-founder of experimental queer theatre company Sisters Grimm, Greene is the first playwright to lead Griffin since 2003.
We’ve asked some of the leading podcast producers from The Guardian, Sisteria and RRR to share their favourite podcast picks of 2019.
Put your fear of missing out into gear and get to this. Rock and roll is dead but punk rock lives.
Artists across Australia are speaking up to defend our sector disappearing in the latest public service shake-up.
$450,000 in Copyright Agency's Culture Fund grants, Design Tasmania 2019 Award winners, John Fries Finalists, 2020 Stand Up! Grants plus more news.
This week at the box office brings a spooky alternative to animated princesses while The Good Liar goes bad, and more.
The easy ways of doing business with the China screen sector are disappearing, and producers need to use their brain, stay modest and build for the long term.
The resurrection of dead performers to work again may be futuristic, but it still suffers from the age old problem of gender discrimination.
These lists are always subjective, so film critic Mel Campbell brought her heart to the matter of naming the ones that linger.
Bouncing between spectacular installations and intimate considerations, Water is a nuanced exhibition that tackles tough climate challenges.
Adam Simmons and the Australian Chinese Music Ensemble offer an intimate exploration of the craft and beauty in a musical life.
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