ACTF Has Its Turn at Parliamentary Inquiry

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The Review of Australian and Children’s Content has only just got underway, but the key players are already making their arguments to a concurrent Inquiry into the Sustainability of the Film and Television Industry, being conducted by a House of Representatives Committee. The Committee is holding hearings around the country.
Education  |  Issues

Australian and Children’s Screen Content Review

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If you care about Australian children’s content we encourage you to contribute to the Commonwealth Government’s review of the way it supports Australian content, including children’s content.

ACMA conference kicks off the Australian content conversation

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A review into Australian and children’s content is underway and the Commonwealth Government has indicated that it will actively seek community and industry responses to the complex questions around support for Australian and children’s content in the future.

The ABC of Trust

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The ABC is one of Australia’s most trusted public institutions. It is generally considered to be one of Australia’s most important cultural institutions. The ABC’s brand is arguably part of the nation’s identity. However, can the ABC really be trusted with the future of Australian children’s television?

Is PG the new G?

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LLS1 Atticus (Joshua Sitch)

Holly Tosi examines the conservatism creeping into the OFLC classifications system.
Behind the Scenes  |  Education

Dance Academy Movie Webinar for students Australia-wide

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Photograph by Paul Jeffers

It doesn’t matter where you live in Australia the sense of excitement in the lead-up to the release of the Dance Academy movie is palpable. Joanna Werner (Producer) and Alicia Banit (Cast member) experienced this first hand with students from around the country.