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Women in film: Working on set in a COVID-19 world

Having worked as a Camera Assistant in the film industry for over 20  years, I have witnessed the industry evolve and adapt to its surroundings, however, this is the first time in my career I have seen the arts and film industry take a massive dive across all sectors from creatives to directors, production crew, post-production, and even catering staff.
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Toby Oliver: To Live and Work in LA

After building a stellar career in Australia, the cinematographer moved to LA and soon landed the Get Out gig, which led to numerous Blumhouse gigs, and now, Netflix’s Dead to Me: Season 2.
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Ten Billionaires Who Were Stung by Hollywood

You hear a lot about billionaires who have “conquered” Hollywood – Joseph Kennedy, Howard Hughes, Rupert Murdoch, Jeff Skoll, Steve Jobs. Not as well remembered are those billionaires who enjoyed less success in la-la land.
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Peter Renzullo: Seeing the Light

Being legally blind hasn’t stopped the Perth filmmaker from aiming for the stars, shooting a slick trailer for his upcoming feature film, Skylight – Caroline’s Tale.
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On The Set with Roger Ward

40 years after it was initially released in cinemas, one of Australia’s first LGBT films enters the digital universe with a premium DVD and digital release. To celebrate, we spoke with Roger Ward, best known as an actor, who wrote the novel and the screenplay for The Set.