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The SAFC has senior jobs, the Adelaide Film Fest delays the submission date (a bit) and SFF promotes its strand about filmmakers and disability.
Introducing quotas, improving access to childcare, and stronger mentoring opportunities are among the many recommendations of the independent report, Turning Pointe: Gender Equality in Australian Dance.
Are we a curious nation? Is our curiosity being destroyed by overwork? What is happening to our children? How can cameras help?
A new 1500 seat theatre is to be built at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) but Aboriginal leaders say First Nations culture should be prioritised instead.
Sydney Theatre Company has been granted planning permission for the refurbishment, and companies confirmed for Pier 2/3.
Breath has made it to week four, which is an achievement in itself. One small statistical comparison shows just how well Peter Rabbit is doing.
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Behind the awards are actual humans. Here are the people who made some of the most interesting films at St Kilda 2018.
Arts House announce new Artistic Director; Brisbane Festival appoints new CEO; new NAVA Board members; creative placements at Bell Shakespeare, and more.
St Kilda Film Festival announces 2018 award winners; Australian writers longlisted for UK's Dagger awards; National Indigenous Arts Awards recipients announced, and more.
Flame started small but is growing quickly by following the oldest and most profitable adage of all: follow the money.
The SoundKILDA strand of the festival always reveals some great music clips. Here are the winners, who take you on a journey from VR to puppets made of trash.
Australia’s national youth circus will be provided with funding to accommodate border-based school development for visiting artists, directors and trainers.
British textile artist Jess de Wahls will travel to the Blue Mountains in June to present her exhibition Big Swinging Ovaries.
Besides the Han Solo picture, The Bookshop and Lost in Paris could be treats. 2001 is running in 70mm, while Cargo and Breath are still hunting audiences.
Blackmagic is a remarkable Australian success story, which grew from nothing to sell equipment around the world. All driven by the visceral determination and challenging ideas of CEO Grant Petty.
Australia’s prestigious Helpmann Awards will leave Sydney and call Melbourne home for the first time next year.
Schenberg Art Fellowship recipient revealed; Miles Franklin Literary Award longlist; STC Patrick White Playwrights' Fellow announced; Blake Prize winner lauded, and more.
Arson has been ruled out as the cause of the fire which gutted the heritage-listed Carlton theatre on Saturday morning.
In a magic moment, an Australian film wins a rare, rare Palme d'Or for Short Film at Cannes.
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