Australian Film, Television and Radio School


The digital deadlock: how clearance and copyright issues are keeping Australian content offline

This paper details the core issues that stand in the way of film producers taking full advantage of new technologies and distribution channels, and goes on to detail three controversial solutions designed to break this digital deadlock. The growth of online media has brought with...

Australian international cinema

This article argues that contemporary debates around Australian cinema and audiovisual production here are too narrow. This prevents us from considering fully what that production entails for Australian cinema, what it means, who it speaks to, and how it could spark new conversations about the...

Listen, learn and respect: Indigenous cultural protocols and radio

The recognition of Indigenous protocols within the Australian radio industry is relevant in the context of reporting of the news because research and reports in the past thirty years have confirmed that negative media reporting can create and reinforce negative stereotypes. Hence, codes for better...