Our report is the first in-depth research into the experiences of and attitudes towards disabled people in the Australian screen industry.
When it comes to our ethical duties to animals, representation and respect should go hand in hoof.
Our new research casts a harsh light on the realities of working in film and television.
Research has found that the arts industries are lacking working-class representation and that the barriers to entry start early in life
Studios like Marvel may be grabbing the headlines — but it is also an exciting time for Australian stories on screen.
Spurred by the impetus of the #MeToo movement, South Africa’s is the latest film and TV industry to introduce intimacy protocols to guide how intimate scenes are conceived and executed.
The rise of the black romantic comedy in South Africa dovetailed perfectly with the advent of streaming services - creating a box office phenomenon.
A tide of ‘the feels’ buoyed the underdog documentary to an Oscar win – but the local industry will need to focus on where international gains are most needed.
From festivals to awards, generating buzz can increase the gross earnings of a film and even increase investment in a country’s film industry.
Despite repeated pledges to improve diversity, data and industry testimony shows that there are fewer people from minority backgrounds getting jobs in the film and TV industries.
The motion picture industry has endured a pandemic before. But the coronavirus may completely upend the old way of doing business.
Micro-budgets, alternative distribution and collaboration have been fast-tracked by the coronavirus crisis.
Studios have endured pandemics and the threat of home viewing before. Will the current crisis lead to disaster or opportunity?
There’s something special about “going to the cinema” and the collective experience of watching a film.
COVID-19 has hit the film industry hard, but some enterprising film-makers are already plotting ways to cope with the ‘new normal’.
If you have ever watched a film’s closing credits and wondered what a “best boy” does, asking a gaffer is a good place to start.
British cinema has close ties to European cinema, as festivals such as Dinard suggest. Brexit will put them under strain.
With 15 nominations and three Oscars, Netflix is besting the big film industry players at their own party.
The famous British nanny is already a hit in China – an official release of the sequel would be perfect.
Oscar winning performances released straight to your home.