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Breath still getting oxygen as huge wave of Avengers breaks over the cine-scape.
A new collective has been formed by five major multicultural museums. Meet Multicultural Museums Victoria as it unveils the inaugural exhibition, Grandmothers.
Ratings tell us about eyeballs, but can we deep dive into the sea of conversation about shows and genres? Get some feeling for what people really want?
WAAPA Executive Dean departs; Chamber Made CEO steps down; Perth Festival appoints next AD and Speak Percussion announces new EP.
A fine list of films, as Paul Harris remembers the shorts of his youth which still resonate.
Of the 57 finalists, 41 are of sitters from the art world, either self-portraits, portraits of other artists, or portraits of figures like collectors or dealers.
The Aboriginal actor, who starred in The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith and The Shadow King, has died in Katherine aged 59.
Improving Sydney's nightlife after the NSW Government's lockout laws is on the agenda, with a new panel formed to help solve the issue.
The budget cuts to the ABC are strangely real and strangely not. How will this play out?
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The full program for the Sydney Film Festival is out and tickets are on sale. With a very big warning on the packet!
New films include Life of the Party, Tully, Chappaquiddick, and Crooked House. But Breath is lovely and some classics are still hanging in.
The award-winning and much respected composer will oversee the festival from 2020-2023, after Wendy Martin presents her final festival in 2019.
The filmmakers honoured at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival embrace their inner larrikin and ignore the call of respectable normality
Budget ignores tax rebate completely but puts boot into ABC.
Instead of undoing damage inflicted on the Australia Council, Scott Morrison’s latest budget instead splurges almost $50m to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's landing.
While the feature awards went to overseas productions, there are plenty of intriguing careers in the detail.
The chair of the SDIN Network rotates around the organisations involved. Exit AFTRS, in comes SAFC.
There's a lot more to a life in the screen sector than a string of credits, as Ray Argall's Cecil Holmes Award demonstrates.
Film Vic gets an extra 10% per year to go out the door over the next four years. That is a lot of cat food.
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