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The Belvoir/Co-Curious production Counting & Cracking, an epic story of people, politics and migration, is competing with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 & 2 for the most nominations for a single production.
About 100,000 people went to see a non-blockbuster movie this last long weekend in Australia. That is less than a footy audience on Foxtel. But Top End Wedding hangs in.
How an illuminating documentary about Chinese dissident Badiucao becomes a key story about our future with China.
$20,000 podcasting fellowship announced; National Gallery of Victoria releases 30,000 images as part of Open Access Program, plus all the news of the week.
The new Capitol is restored as a major Melbourne icon as RMIT enhances a distinctive screen education strategy.
One new to brighten up the weekend but there are still some fine films on more limited release.
Adrian Martin examines two very different films about culture. Both are in the running for Sydney Film Festival's Documentary Australia Foundation Award.
Glenn Dunks was there to watch the new Australian film Palm Beach, live through the speeches and spot the celebs.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) conducted two high-profile raids on journalists investigating asylum seekers and the military in Afghanistan.
The AFP raid on the ABC is just Act One in a much longer story which will turn into a lawyers' picnic and a focus for outrage.
A 20 per cent increase in core funding and some extra dollars for regional screenings acknowledge the growing importance of the biggest Sydney screen event.
Occupying almost an entire city block, the new precinct represents a significant partnership between private developers and DarkLab, a subsidiary of the Museum of Old and New Art.
Best Newcomer Award at Sydney Comedy Festival, Adobe names ACU designer to watch, Top NT architecture award, plus more awards
There's not many keystrokes in a script. What happens if a writer is committed to building a story in their head before diving into the text? For Ted Chiang, wonderful stories.
Artist-in-exile Badiucao goes incognito for serious reasons in new Australian documentary airing on the ABC.
Around the world Godzilla beats Rocketman, but not here. We like our movies tuneful. Top End Wedding is trudging towards $4m but goes in hope.
New AD for Musica Viva, Theatre Network NSW farewells founding Director; City of Parramatta appoints Group Manager of Cultural Strategy; new board members at NAVA and Polyglot, and more.
Screens, projectors, frame rates - the evolution of the cinema races ahead.
Aboriginal art in NYC, success at Perth Festival, objections to proposed amalgamation of WA orgs, and new projects for Barangaroo, Tate, Tasmania are this week's hot conversations.
Natalie Jenkins has parted ways with Black Swan six months before the end of her contract, in contrast to the company’s previous announcement that she would be staying on to report to her replacement.
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