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Portsmouth academic features in upcoming series of Cursed Films
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Brandon Lewis MP, Oral Statement Wednesday 21st July 2021
Screen Australia announces new Board appointment 21 July
Resonate Festival announces 2Tone: Lives and Legacies Screenings – Women Pioneers – Coventry Cathedral,
Screen Australia, NZ On Air and TikTok nurture emerging voices with new Every Voice initiative
What really happened to Juanita Nielsen?
PolyNovo stars in new, global BBC biotech series
Immersive street art installation transforms derelict building
NWO grant for research into Het Dorp: ‘We are going to tell lesser-known history’
Finalists announced for first ever IFAD COPEAM Film Award
TD Summer Reading Club 2021 launches a new outdoor activity-StoryWalk
Leonardo Da Vinci: New family tree spans 21 generations, 690 years, finds 14 living male descendants
Art exhibition celebrates Timor-Leste ties
Launch of International Memory of World Register 2022-2023 Cycle
Funding helps local creatives shine
COVID answers for parks, playgrounds, pools and other Council services – Wollongong
MV Portland – Documentary
Summer starts in July at Mark Canada Day and start of summer with a host of titles
Toxic treatment: Britney Spears is being heard – unlike those before her
Honorary Doctorate recognises naturalist’s efforts to restore last paradise of Lord Howe Island
UNESCO to hold online symposium on strengthening African memory institutions’ resilience in response to COVID-19
Apple launches Today at Apple Creative Studios
Crowds to return for NAIDOC Week celebrations in Port Stephens
End of Darwin’s nightmare at Lake Victoria?
Alex West appointed Head of Documentary at Screen Australia
Conference looks at most effective ways to tackle climate emergency
Restoring Livelihoods Through Culture in Yemen
NFB at 25th Festival REGARD. Four productions and co-productions in lineup, including Mauvaises herbes
Researchers help tell story of Coventry Cathedral on new BBC documentary
Renowned zoologist Anne Innis Dagg, “woman who loves giraffes,” receives honorary degree
Online submission of Escape Cases from June
Events taking place to mark 200 years of Guardian newspaper
ABF target asbestos in imported building products
Rod licence income benefits fisheries in Sussex and Hampshire
Explore music behind lens with Wendy McDougall – Wollongong
“The Silence of Monks – Ethics of Everyday Sounds” by Marcel Cobussen in Ethics and Christian Musicking
Education researcher reveals history of assimilative tactics on Blood Reserve
SOJC team brings awareness to harsh juvenile sentencing
Treatment provides brighter future for patient living with mental illness
‘Votes for life’ for British citizens living abroad
ABC, AIDC and Northern Pictures announce recipient of Indigenous Documentary Placement
Reconciliation – more than a word
Curtis Pitt to champion screen sector in Far North Queensland
MFA documentaries grapple with questions of loss and search for grounding
Art of Reconciliation: Port Adelaide Enfield
Free activities for World Environment Day
New extracurricular programme introduces cutting-edge creative digital skills
Saharan architecture project film wins 2021 Golden Bridge Best Cinematography Award