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New kinds of storytelling are possible with the web series format. But for producers like Andrea Denholm of Princess Pictures, they're still mainly passion projects and incubators for fresh talent.
For an artist, death is not final if the work lives on beyond personal memory. Editor Suresh Ayyar's friends search the essence of his touch in an extended collection of clips.
Some commercial English language films get a hard time in our cinemas, as micro budgeted local films arrive for an instant.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair award winners celebrated, The Cultural Fund’s 2018 IGNITE Grant recipients revealed, Yalingwa Fellowship recipient announced, and many more.
In art cinema land, Iranian films can be arresting, varied, mischievous and enigmatic. An email interview provides a glimpse of the challenges in making these films.
Sydney Theatre Company took home 10 awards, and Bangarra seven – including the award for Best New Australian Work – at this year's awards ceremony, split across two nights.
Rolf de Heer is a remarkable filmmaker, Dutch born, probing deeply Australian stories, honoured internationally. Here he talks about the very idea of a national cinema.
New position appointments for Gertrude Contemporary, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Asialink, Melbourne Youth Orchestra, TasDance and more.
Innovative Adelaide production company explores the temptations of episodes, and takes the audience from giggles to a gut wrenching finale.
Sydney Contemporary has partnered with Barangaroo Delivery Authority to deliver three major site-specific commissioned art works this August.
Minister Fifield’s office has announced over $100,000 to support growing cultural links with Singapore, across four key projects.
Some tips on pitching - and a deep dive into death with the winner of Melbourne WebFest's Pitch iview Award, Anna Lindner.
NETS Victoria's Exhibition Development Fund has extended the deadline for 2018 applications, and they are encouraging regional galleries to apply.
Melburnians rush for festival tickets, lovely arthouse fare glows and Ella Havelka appears in a documentary streamed on SBS.
While many New Zealanders love splatter, others are born to be mild. But everyone loves a well-sharpened knife.
Screen Producers Australia tells Parliament about freelancing, creativity, the brain drain and the gig economy.
Do we have showrunners in Australian TV? Yes, says Drew Proffitt, co-creator of SBS series 'Dead Lucky', and it's the way to go if you want to retain creative control and IP rights.
Melbourne filmgoers, provoked by the launch, are now frantically booking their films. It is first in, best anoraked, with sadness for the slow.
Fear of kitten vids, spiritual optometry and the end of the world - three SPA Ones to Watch who were a pleasure to interview.
NT Song of the Year winners celebrated, Australian Dance Awards shortlist revealed, National Biography Award shortlist announced, and more.
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