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South Australian-Made feature film With or Without You announced
Alice Springs locals shine in world premiere at Byron Bay International Film Festival
2024 Community Grants recipients announced
“Get Free” – Human Trafficking Film releases across Australia Cinemas
Lithgow Halloween Fright Night
SA tourism marks 12-month record as Australian Masters Games returns
Ballarat Seniors Festival off to flying start
New Australian documentary about our addiction to our devices
Dancing beyond boundaries: Performers with and without disability take centre stage in Korea
RSPCA’s first-ever Short Film Festival coming to Sydney
Screen Industry booming in Northern Territory
New era for arts in South Australia
June tourism joy as SA breaks another record
Variety is spice of life in Seniors Week
ACMI Announces World-Premiere Summer Exhibition
Our annual Boroondara Seniors Film Festival is back
Chinese Film Festival comes to Hobart
New event to celebrate the talents of local emerging filmmakers
In a “wounded, magically diverse” city, the High Commissioner hails the power of stories
Tim Flannery searches for climate leadership in new documentary
Kiwis encouraged to take action for nature this Conservation Week
CINEFESTOZ: YOUR INVITATION TO INDULGE IN FILM, FOOD, ART + MUSIC IN THE MARGARET RIVER REGION THIS MONTH
New report for the first time quantifies the “bad romance” between arts and fossil fuels
These five films are ‘must see’ at MIFF 2023
Local Talent Shines In Blockbuster MIFF Program
Miley Tunnecliffe and Kate Separovich’s debut feature film Proclivitas lands West Coast Visions 2023
AWC partners with Australia’s first ever international wildlife film festival
Diversity and Inclusion Film Festival 27 July
CinefestOZ funding confirmed for three more years
Red Mole: keeping romance alive
Tasmania shines on screen in June
Sharing stories and experiences in Outback
Close out NAIDOC Week with First Nations Film Festival
Bayside packs out cinema supporting NAIDOC Week
Bayside shows support for NAIDOC Week
Jacqui Feeney appointed screen Queensland CEO
Enter your film in Boroondara Seniors Film Festival
Screen Australia Launches Our Cinema Campaign
Winter holiday program offers over 120 recreational programs for youth in regional NSW
Territory doco in the spotlight at film festival program launch
Midland Junction Arts Centre to receive State funding
New grants see Territory games industry level up
City set for action-packed Winter school holidays
Jam-packed calendar of events for Territory youth this school holidays
Community funding announced
Cloncurry-wood to roll out the red carpet for the world premiere of ‘The Bank Manager’
Backing LGBTIQ+ Arts In Bendigo And Across Victoria
‘Freedom is Beautiful’ film screening at Lennox: Ballina Shire