Ian Robertson is one of the most influential people you may have never heard of.
Bluey is now the most popular show in ABC iView history. So why do industry insiders say children’s content creators are fighting over the scraps?
As tensions rise around cuts to local funding, questions remain unanswered on murky deals for Hollywood blockbusters. It's time to reckon with what we want on our screens.
Things are looking up for the Australian screen industry, writes Ben Eltham. So why is everyone so nervous?
The producers of an independent film about murders of gay people in the 1980s have been crushed to discover SBS is airing a drama and doco covering the same ground.
Screen Australia has had its appropriation cut, leaving many struggling film industry bodies out in the cold. At the same time, Screen Australia will hand over cash to already well-supported screen businesses, writes former CEO of Film Australia Sharon Connolly.
Screen Australia now has $20 million to fund Australian video games. Daniel Golding asks developers and commentators what impact they think the federal government's money will have.
Australian film and television funding body Screen Australia has spent all its drama budget -- six months ahead of the end of the financial year. How could it let the kitty get so low?
Screen Australia has defended its conflict of interest regime after recent funding decisions that benefited a director and a part-time employee who helps decide which films receive financial support.
Screen Australia has defended its most recent feature film funding round against conflict of interest allegations after it bankrolled the projects of a Screen Australia director and an employee charged with assessing which scripts receive cash.