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BIFF's slice through the year's films finds some favourites but begins an aesthetic which may become more and more a spirit of a distinctive place.
Film Victoria has announced the five recipients of its 2018 Women in Games development grants. We ask about the rationale for the program and the problems it seeks to address.
Surrender to forbidden pleasures, add a respectable mini-conference of obsessed academic minds, and you have a cineaste's spring festival.
This week the Screenhub Hivemind invites guest curator Anthony Morris to give us his rundown of what's on the small screen, the big screen, at film festivals and in podcasts.
Starting out in comedy, Daina Reid has become one of Australia's busiest and most respected television directors. Now she's worked on The Handmaid's Tale she's considering the logistics of an international career.
Hotel Mumbai, Nekrotronic, Jirga and Emu Runner seem to live on different cinematic planets.
Adelaide has the Australian premiere of two major features, plus some dynamic low budget films. Proof again that our cinema is not what it used to be.
Scripted Ink prototypes a way of breaking open the doors to big production companies and broadcasters with the Drama Hothouse program.
The Victorian Government’s Action Plan is designed to boost employment opportunities for First Peoples in the creative industries, and raise the profile and availability of local Aboriginal arts and creative products.
Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship winner announced, NSW Premier's History Awards winners celebrated, finalists for tidal.18 revealed, and more.
Female artists lead the way in the latest Australia Council grants, with female artists receiving more than half the project funding in the latest grant round.
Nightingale is off to a great start in the rarefied world of festival driven arthouse films with a key victory at a venerated festival.
Here's hoping The Merger can travel the country enchanting local folk because its release was pretty muted.
To the surprise of the sector, Screenwest is now short of a CEO. Exiting CEO, McKenna, was recruited after an extensive search to lead the organisation into a new structure.
New CEO for Adelaide Central School of Art, TSO announce new Chief Conductor, Chamber of Arts and Culture WA appoints new Executive Director, and new Board appointments for PAC Australia.
Community-made films can sometimes be a chore to watch, but Protection combines art and truth to make something not only worthwhile but rather gorgeous. Dogma filmmakers would quake at the challenges posed by this production method.
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.
Screen Australia's latest Gender Matters KPIs show some progress, but plenty of room for improvement. Nobody's denying that.
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