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One tight-knit Clique

Fame beckons for 20-year-old independent film maker, Amanda Duckworth. Erin Lyons discusses her new Aussie drama series.

Peter Capaldi, Doctor New

upstart’s biggest Whovians, Tom Midwood and Paddy Naughtin, run the rule over the latest actor to portray Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi.

TV news directors panel

The Melbourne Press Club is holding a lunch, featuring the news directors of channels Seven, Nine, Ten and the ABC.

Technical volunteers wanted for SYN TV

Interested in gaining some television experience? Community network SYN TV is seeking voluntary audio and camera operators, as well as assistant directors.

It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it

‘Trekkies’ might be a dirty word, but 40 million fans worldwide can’t be wrong. Renee Tibbs, a self-confessed Trekkie, explores the Star Trek phenomenon.

Angie Black to pitch at ACMI

Come and cheer on La Trobe’s Angie Black on as she pitches her original screen idea to a panel of industry experts on July 7 at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

Review: Safran’s “Race Relations”

Controversial comedian John Safran has made a return to television this week, with his new show Race Relations. In a time when Australia’s sense of humour and understanding of comedy has been in the firing line, Matt de Neef explains how Safran’s witty approach to issues makes for compelling viewing.