Punctuation use on ARTnews.com.au:
"CAPITALS" - The title of a film, movie or documentary. Where no punctuation is printed inside the quotation marks, the quotation marks are considered to be a part of the title. This is not printed as ""CAPITALS"" because that would look silly.
, "CAPITALS," - Indicates the quotation of an acronym or brandname spelt with capital letters, for example, "ANZAC," or "QANTAS."
, "Lower Case Letters," - The title of a play, theatre, made-for-television or stage production, the title of anything other thing than a: movie, film or documentary, quoted.