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Is it just uncanny timing, or does the recent two weeks of announcements of major exhibitions at top drawer institutions demonstrate that gender balance is still skewed?
The Merger is the film of the week, backed by some other Australian films, plus streaming and podcast goodness.
Vimeo goes into the stock footage business, which could have all kinds of uses. And royalty free makes it much easier for low budget limited infrastructure projects.
The sector is facing a $4.9 million reduction in funds in 2018-2019, including the dismantling of Arts South Australia. Requests for meetings with government have gone unanswered.
Screen Australia's latest Gender Matters KPIs show some progress, but plenty of room for improvement. Nobody's denying that.
Don Dunstan Foundation Our Mob Emerging Artist Prize winner revealed, 2018 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows announced, and more.
New GM Entertainment Assist and Eureka Centre, while Barking Gecko Theatre gets a new Artistic Director.
A life drawing class with a unique approach will celebrate its 10-year anniversary next week.
Filmmaker James Ricketson, accused of spying by the Cambodian government, has been sentenced to six years in prison.
The 2018 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows each receive a tax-free grant of $160,000 over a two-year period.
Corris, described as the godfather of Australian crime fiction died peacefully in his sleep on Wednesday night.
All the AWGIES did was compare projects in categories. But the message of a different Australia came through loud and clear.
Australian rom-com The Flip Side gets a go in wide release, as Neighbours provides a cultural milestone and some great films wait quietly for your attention. Also some routine mid-range adventures.
It's rare to celebrate a policy or a department, but in the case of Screen Australia's Indigenous Department, everyone wants to clap for this good news story. It shows what happens when good policy meets extraordinary talent.
An icon of the industry, completion guarantor Jenny Woods has made a bid for freedom and life on her own terms. With added cats.
Why is the internet collapsing as a source of information?
The Toronto International Film Festival has become an important launching pad for Australian films. Here are the four features and two shorts selected for TIFF 2018.
Replying to producers' letter, Screen Australia defends funding BBC Studios. Is this as odd as it seems?
As our population ages, older Australians’ access to dance practice and training will become increasingly important.
CinefestOZ has a reputation for sticking up for small films, and this year proved the point with the deserts of Afghanistan.
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