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How will theatre company Back to Back adjust its joyful collective work to the sad disciplines of cinema development? They are about to find out.
Australian films hold their line but there are no charges to glory. Not even from the war film lovers.
The South Australian government today released its long-awaited arts policy, the first for the state since 2000.
The CinefestOz finalists for 2019 were a pretty good batch, with a family film about joy and optimism comes through on top as life imitates art.
The Australia Council has unveiled its next five-year Corporate Plan with limited growth despite strong performance. What does the future hold, how will it plan to make the arts more sustainable and what's in it for you?
Melbourne Art Fair appoints Artistic Director, first female Chair for WA Ballet, and more appointments
Tracey Vieira's future after Screen Queensland is now assured as she joins the state's funkiest prodco with the mostest focus on the global market.
Recuts are not just about director's versions. They have become a routine way of evolving the essence of a project.
The 2019 Australian script writing opportunity kicks off again, linking Black List, Warner Bros and WA company Veerhuis.
Other than Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, the filmscape is full of yes-but films which disappoint, or terrify, or simply implode into cliches. It helps to know which is which.
Writers trying to open a door to Hollywood are offered support systems in many different shapes and sizes. Here's one which comes with a clear rationale.
A Melbourne gallery puts women first as it decides to represent only female artists and rebalance the gender scales.
Victoria lands Netflix’s Clickbait, Indigenous Jewellery Project holds survey exhibition, AGWA celebrates 40 years of brutalism, 2020 programs announced and more arts news this week.
Powerhouse Museum launches inaugural residency program to inspire more collaborations with the creative industries.
Irish eyes were smiling all over the audience of writers at the Australian Writers Guild's annual awards. And TV featured an Irish jack. While a Favourite McNamara comes from a storied Western Isle as well.
Reko Rennie awarded Artbank and ACMI commission, winners announced for 2019 Our Mob emerging artist and MIFF Audience Award, plus more.
Animation rules at the box office and limited release, while some Aussie productions are just hanging onto their screens.
Woodside executive Sherry Duhe takes over to lead WA Ballet’s Board.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s The Harp in the South sweeps up the big prizes in the Australian Writers Guild awards.
New leadership roles announced for ACCA, UTS Animal Logic, Sydney Design Week, Overland, SA Film Corp, among others.
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