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The two winners will have their sub-5 minute films showcased on Guardian Australia's website, as well as receiving mentorship sessions.
Five eclectic books to welcome you to Reconciliation Week.
Vivid Sydney 2021 has announced more than 200 events celebrating the Harbour City.
The film industry runs on good producers, though it can be a daunting role. Screenhub talked to three veterans who know the highs that make up for the lows.
Created by Kiwi-Asian comedians and executive produced by Tony Ayres, this speculative comedy pokes a cattle prod at liberal-feminist sanctimony, says Mel Campbell.
The 8 successful ACT-based recipients span all stages of development, and includes an interactive fiction videogame, writing mentorship, a producer attachment, and pitch development for a bilingual children's animated series.
The Americans are banking on Fast and Furious 9 to bring out the crowds next month as it has done brilliantly in China and Korea. Almost as if Covid never happened.
Melbourne Theatre Company plays fast and loose with fact and fiction.
Meow Meow and the MSO join forces for a slapstick cabaret of mischief and Pandemonium.
After eight years and 2,5000 productions, Kris Stewart has left the Powerhouse to take on a new role as CEO of QMusic. Here, he reflects on his tenure, his legacy and his plans for the future.
Powerhouse Museum appoints inaugural Director, First Nations; new GM for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art; Curator Visual Arts joins Fremantle Arts Centre team, and more.
The art market has come out of COVID better than first expected, with many dealers using it as a catalyst to expand, build and be bold.
Devising new work using a Dada-esque ideation technique is just one of the creative ways students at Federation University Arts Academy prepare for real-world practice.
Be career-ready for your backstage future with the Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services at TAFE SA’s Adelaide College of the Arts.
Taking on the challenges of helming an arts organisation in the wake of the pandemic was a chance for Keith Deverell to re-imagine Music Tasmania with a renewed website, podcasts and a fresh approach.
Six arts and cultural organisations including Australian Tapestry Workshop and Red Stitch Actors Theatre face losing $30,000 a year if Port Phillip Council’s plans go ahead, placing significant strain on already lean operations.
South Australian filmmaker Josh Trevorrow, a Ngarrindjeri man, has been awarded the 2021 Documentary Australia Foundation’s (DAF) Centralised Indigenous Fellowship.
Four projects from culturally diverse filmmakers have been selected for The Kaleidoscope Project, enabling them to create films about diverse young Australians.
Fringe Festivals in Australia’s two largest cities are preparing for a return to physical presentation of work as they announce a number of new programs designed to support independent artists.
Games & digital content lead Jini Maxwell waxes lyrical about the Studio Ghibli-inspired blockbuster Hollow Knight, made by tiny Adelaide-based studio Team Cherry.
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