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Spin Out spun across the nation's screens. We are hoping a teen holiday audience picks it up, because the adults are pretty resistant.
The local screen industry is getting serious about careers for people with disabilities, as a new Screen NSW program demonstrates.
A dog of a night for everyone as Nine is pipped at the post by Seven. We can't get away from the pooches.
Will DVD disappear forever? Not if your real life lo-fi personal service specialty storefront has anything to do with it.
Out of the bedroom and onto the stage! Teenagers reveal what they really see.
Screenings at the Toronto Film Festival are a considerable compliment to Joe Cinque's Consolation. How did they play out?
Tapping into the science of the brain enables creatives to overcome blocks and release potential.
From Monet's water lilies to Kahlo's cacti, the garden is a seductive subject for artists, contemporary as well as classical.
By turns abstract and emotive, celebratory and confronting, contemporary dance can be a difficult art form to sell to audiences.
Building a pathway for young people into the sector strengthens the company culture, and a nimble, creative slate. Princess Pictures explain how.
A tasty range of festivals, screenings under the stars, and Shaun Tan in public.
After Predestination, the Spierig Brothers' Winchester is confirmed for Melbourne's Docklands with post-production in Queensland. And Helen Mirren is coming to town.
Even the most successful crowdfunding campaigns can over-promise and under deliver.
Is the rise of the private museum just a boon for culture or does it make it harder for public institutions to do their job?
Reading 'Seven Little Australians' and 'My Brilliant Career' isn't enough to call yourself a well-read Australian. Score yourself.
After solving a very old detective story about television rights, Lingo Productions is tucked up with Endemol Shine to make its first substantial show.
Open access Fringe Festivals don’t just allow artists of all stripes to showcase new works; they also provide a snapshot of the zeitgeist.
It's Ten's night as The Bachelor reaches its finale.
Could Lion be Shine Two? There really was a rapturous reception for Lion in Toronto, and serious discussion about the Oscars.
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