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Keynoted by Screen Australia's Head of Indigenous and featuring over 40 speakers across three days, the Forum seeks to unite the industry that COVID scattered.
The Originate program is a new venture in diversity which brings some agency energy into bespoke development and low budget features.
Franklin Leonard, creator of The Black List script tool, talks diversity and fake woke in the script development process with Benjamin Law.
PAX Aus have announced the festival will be held in person this year and gamers are rejoicing.
Over 20,000 live production crew, aka roadies, found themselves out of work a year ago when mass gatherings were banned. Now a national series of fundraising gigs aims to assist this hard-hit sector.
Writer Mandy Sayers has been awarded the 2021 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship for her proposed biography on Australian silent filmmakers the McDonagh sisters.
Youse wouldn’t believe it: Roslyn Petelin takes a look at a new book that charts the making of a ‘people’s dictionary’ for Australia.
EOIs open for HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures 2021, Melbourne International Jazz Festival names Take Note leader, longlist announced for Stella Prize, plus more opportunities and awards.
Blockbusters movie tentatively into our cinemas, and grab the top slots, with serious qualifications.
First Nations women appointed to key roles at both Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Australian Museum, new company artist joins Australasian Dance Collective, Merrigong Theatre Company announces new GM and more.
At Pause Fest’s Why Creativity Matters panel, professionals from fields including advertising, design and technology discuss the value of being creative and why we need divergent thinkers in society.
After 22 years at the helm, taking the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia from near insolvency to international acclaim, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor is stepping down. Why?
Sculpture by Sea needs help, life drawing on opera stage, WA's Fringe World outcome, QSO goes bush to perform, La Mama's Banksia Festival, and more arts news.
Applications are now open for a $500,000 grant round as part of the Indigenous Contemporary Music Program aimed to support Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander musicians.
Distribution companies which used to rely on cinemas have been building ways of putting a tiny bit of icing on the cake by setting up camp in streamerland.
Running 11-14 March, the festival curated by Tony Briggs will host more than 80 films and three panels of Indigenous films and filmmakers.
While we watch the Feds and Netflix size each other up, the pan-global streamer is behaving differently in other territories. Take India for instance.
Named one of the world's most important documentary filmmakers, Gibney spoke at AIDC this week and shared the techniques and ethics behind his factual storytelling.
For the documentary community, The Australian Dream is more than a fine picture suffused with controlled rage from Stan Grant. It demonstrates how images, empathy and clear rhetoric can create a national conversation.
No dosh at all for less than a $1m budget. There goes the feature documentary sector, even as conventional TV is pumped up.
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