Australia's film and TV industries are being urged to engage more with the rest of Asia, according to a new report from Screen Australia and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Reshuffle at the top of Oz federal funding body brings home much traveled Australian executive.
The spending on adult TV drama in Australia is at a decade-long high, but a lack of big-budget films has seen total spending in the country fall by a third.
State-backed funding body Screen Australia has revealed it has told the government that the Producer Offset is not enough to save the local film industry on its own.
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