There’s music, speeches, radio and poems. ASO publishes sound for the first time today.
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Arc Cinema highlights
Restoring the Road
Wish You Were Here wins five Film Critics’ Circle of Australia awards. Winners
Logie Awards 2013
Nominations for the 2013 Logie Awards have been announced. TV Tonight
Titles at Tribeca
The Rocket and Red Obsession both competing at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. Indiewire
Aus films The Rocket, Satellite Boy and The Amber Amulet win prizes at the Berlinale. Details
New Trop crop
Tropfest announces its finalists for 2013 (YouTube).
Sapphires shine at AACTAs
The Sapphires is the big winner at the 2013 AACTA Awards. Details
RIP Pat Lovell
Berlinale goes NATIVe
Whole nine Yards
Yardbird wins Best Australian Short Film at Flickerfest. Full winners list
RIP Bille Brown
Congratulations to this year’s Oscar nominees, including Australians Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, Jacki Weaver and makeup artist Rick Findlater. Full list
Satellite in Seattle
Satellite Boy and Lore are screening in Women in Cinema at the Seattle International Film Festival. Details
QueerScreen goes Head On
Satellite & Rocket to Berlin
Satellite Boy and The Rocket selected to screen at Berlinale. Details
The star of Red Dog has died. Details
Help us identify the man in the oldest surviving footage shot in Australia.
Australian movies worry about water: getting it, keeping it, damming it, drowning in it.
Speaking from the driver’s seat, on the streets of Sydney’s west, David tells interviewer Ray Argall that making movies is easier than real life.
It looks different and has new features but all the titles and education resources are still here.
It’s Home Movie Day this Saturday. But what exactly are home movies in an era of desktop filmmaking?
Wikimedia Australia invited the cultural institutions of Australia to a gathering at the War Memorial in August. Why did it sound like the GLAM sector people were getting ticked off by a bunch of Wiki people?
Our home page this week observes NAIDOC week in Australia, a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
We’re featuring a sample of Indigenous drama on the home page this week from a diverse and exciting range of talents.
'Yes, B2, we’re featured on the home page of australianscreen this week with all the other super duper children’s television on the site.’
Is putting a selection of films about bushfires on the home page distasteful or insensitive?
How do you best represent an event that signalled the devastation of a continent’s Indigenous peoples?
We’re very excited to be finally offering some interactivity on australianscreen. What was our first comment about?