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In his final documentary, filmmaker Albert Maysles charts the tales and textures of America's busiest long-distance train route.
With his latest low-key comedic gem, Taika Waititi adds another earnest, amusing, enchanting and endearing effort to his resume.
Theory isn't enough. Education in the arts industry requires practical experience so your college's ability to enable work placements is a key issue to consider when choosing a course.
The image of the lone artist in the garret is pervasive and even mythic. But research and practical education shows the benefits of collaboration for enhancing creativity and creating diversity in the arts.
Financial Expert and teacher at the JMC Academy shares strategies for creating your first budget.
A guide to using a diploma as a stepping stone to further your career.
A Month of Sundays, Pawno and Sherpa are now joined by Highly Strung. Be a while before we get another mainstream hit.
Actions and images speak louder than words in this immersive, evocative exploration of at-risk students in the Mojave Desert.
An easy-going, astutely cast blend of blend of complicated heroes, hefting servings of violence and slapstick-dominated humour.
The Cannes winners provide a quick insight into the lovely and the loopy, the commercial and the crazy that it chooses to love.
24 May 2016
The old feller wins again, and even Peter Bradshaw cried, and told us good films won in perverse year.
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Some reasons to hope on gender issue from Cannes 2016.
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The Brits are tracking the practical stuff behind the evolution of film IP in China, and sharing it with us great unwashed.
Art viewing doesn’t end when audiences leave the gallery. We speak to the ABC to find out what arts films many audience members take home from the gallery shop.
Apart from documentaries and public screenings, here are some of the interesting ways ABC archival collections have been used across film, exhibitions, and in creative practice.
Three new(ish) faces at Screen NSW are a real sign of changing times.
Sometimes knowing where to start can be the hardest part. We speak to ABC Library Sales to see how the process works for filmmakers.
There are thousands of opportunities to be mined in over 70 years of radio and television programming in Australia.
CinefestOZ is still accepting entries for Australia’s Greatest Film Prize for the 2016 Festival for a limited time only. Finalist films will screen at the festival from 24 August to 28 August 2016, located in the picturesque South West region of Western Australia.
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