Women filmmakers failed by EU’s €820m film fund

Only 16% of MEDIA-funded films have a female director

Creative Industries in Chile: The Case of Animation

The creative industries in Chile advanced at a growth rate of 24.7% between 2010 and 2013

Rajinder Dudrah on Indian Cinema

“It’s a very plural, multicultural and rich way of telling stories…”

Hollywood may be able to afford #MeToo, but it’s a stretch for the Australian arts

There is a growing body of evidence that paints a disturbing picture of the health issues associated with being an artist

Exporting Chinese Culture: Industry Financing Models in Film and Television

The business world’s preoccupation with China Unlimited overshadows China’s unfulfilled efforts to develop global cultural markets

Oscars 2019: Beyond the stats, why diversity matters

It’s not simply a matter of numbers; it’s a matter of whose stories are being told, and who is controlling the narrative

How young filmmakers are protecting artistic freedom in Kenya

Resistance is the only way in which artists can ensure they retain a freer artistic spaces

Social media entertainment could be the future of the screen industry, so let’s not strangle it with regulation

More than three million YouTube creators globally make money from the content they upload

The rise of film production locations and specialised film services in European semi-peripheries

Both production and distribution of creative goods have become globalised