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The two winners will have their sub-5 minute films showcased on Guardian Australia's website, as well as receiving mentorship sessions.
The 8 successful ACT-based recipients span all stages of development, and includes an interactive fiction videogame, writing mentorship, a producer attachment, and pitch development for a bilingual children's animated series.
The Americans are banking on Fast and Furious 9 to bring out the crowds next month as it has done brilliantly in China and Korea. Almost as if Covid never happened.
Powerhouse Museum appoints inaugural Director, First Nations; new GM for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art; Curator Visual Arts joins Fremantle Arts Centre team, and more.
The art market has come out of COVID better than first expected, with many dealers using it as a catalyst to expand, build and be bold.
Take-Two Interactive, responsible for 2K Games and Rockstar Games, has joined its industry peers in recording record revenue in 2020-21.
South Australian artist Kate Bohunnis has won the Ramsay with a kinetic sculpture that explores the oscillation between function and dysfunction, following a year when chaos reigned.
Six arts and cultural organisations including Australian Tapestry Workshop and Red Stitch Actors Theatre face losing $30,000 a year if Port Phillip Council’s plans go ahead, placing significant strain on already lean operations.
South Australian filmmaker Josh Trevorrow, a Ngarrindjeri man, has been awarded the 2021 Documentary Australia Foundation’s (DAF) Centralised Indigenous Fellowship.
Four projects from culturally diverse filmmakers have been selected for The Kaleidoscope Project, enabling them to create films about diverse young Australians.
Fringe Festivals in Australia’s two largest cities are preparing for a return to physical presentation of work as they announce a number of new programs designed to support independent artists.
This week in the news: The Yield optioned by Tony Briggs, Amazon funds 7 new local productions, Screen Aus portions out $5.6million, abuse at 2k Australia uncovered, and the nascent game workers union.
Jenny Holtzer for RISING; Brisbane Comedy Festival announces program; Ancient Greeks come to WA Museum, and Hannah Gadsby announces national tour, and more arts news.
The program will offer mentorship, training, and funding for up to fifteen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content creators. Find out how to apply.
Industry lawyer, producer and former senior Screen Australia manager Shana Levine is now Head of Production Investment at Elevate Production Finance. Let's take a look at who they are.
The Australian studio behind Bioshock 2 and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified has had its tumultuous history uncovered in a new book.
Tara June Winch's The Yield is complex, crackling with words, a meditation on the power of Indigenous language. Tony Briggs takes up the challenge.
The award-winning Maori sci-fi game will make its way to Nintendo's popular Switch console in June, with a new creative mode.
Calling for entries to the Melbourne Prize for Literature, be part of Sydney Craft Week, NGV’s 2021 Architecture Commission announced, plus other prize winners and opportunities.
ACMI's first major exhibition since reopening is a crowd-pleasing blend of history, art and technology, says CEO Katrina Sedgwick about 'Disney: The Magic of Animation'.
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