Amanda Lotz on How Cable Transformed Television

Amanda Lotz is an American media scholar, professor, and industry consultant, currently based in Australia.

Oscar snub of ‘Little Women’ shows the limits of Hollywood feminism

It’s seductive to believe that women simply need to work hard, be authentic and stick to our principles to transcend patriarchy

Cartoons have always been for adults but here’s how they got tangled up with kids

From its earliest days, animation depicted adult themes and behaviours

Brexit: research from Wales shows creative industry’s concern at leaving EU

Wales is particularly dependent on trade with the EU – more so than any other UK nation or region

Screen Australia celebrates its work in gender equality but things are far from equal

It’s not only a matter of cultural representation and basic fairness: it makes marketing and business sense.

International Film Festivals: For the Benefit of Whom?

Why establish more film festivals when there are plenty already?

Can cinema survive in a golden age of serial TV?

Perhaps the terms “cinema” and “television” no longer even make sense

Queensland has saved a Hollywood blockbuster, but the local film industry is still missing out

“Our voices are in danger of being drowned out by a deluge of overseas content”