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Reg Evans, 81 year old veteran actor, died in the fire on Saturday.
Hard to think of it like this, but some of the most effective coverage of the fires has been created by non-traditional sources..
Moments before the commercial channel wheel out the competition, plucky summer funster SBS savours its success..
Hoyts Cinemas will donate $2 from every movie ticket sold this Sunday
15th February to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal fund.
Antony I. Ginnane analyses the world wide theatrical performance of “Australia”; compares its release and results in selected foreign territories and the US to “Happy Feet” and
In a moment of delicious Schadenfreude, the LA Times reports that production in New York is about to collapse because the city film office has run out of money. In fact, it has spent the ENTIRE BUDGET
Investigation Discovery Channel has renewed the intriguing hit series Deadly Women from Beyond Productions. This third series follows strong ratings across part series and brings the total number of e
Seven got the biggest audience for the news, but Nine won overall.
Seven's 'Gangs of Australia' is generating trenchant outrage for its depiction of ethnic minorities - but we are left to wonder what will come of it.
Icon Movies are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 25 double passes to 'Last Chance Harvey' starring Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson.
Today we REALLY need a few jokes and a little innocence.
The film He’s Just Not That Into You is based on a hugely successful book of the same name by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, who also wrote for Sex and the City.
More than 10,000 works in Yiddish - perhaps more than half of all that was ever published in the language - are now accessible online as part of a joint project between the National Yiddish Book Center, based in Amherst, Mass., and the Internet Archive in San Francisco.
Edinburgh Festival Theatre’s £2 million extension scheme has been given the green light by the local authority.
Knut Hamsun, the Nobel prize-winning Norwegian author who fell from grace for supporting the Nazi occupation of Norway, is to be put on a commemorative coin by his homeland's central bank.
Harvey Pekar, author of American Splendor, has written his first opera.
The Mumbai shanty town featured in the film Slumdog Millionaire offers a better model than does western architecture for ways to house a booming urban population in the developing world, Prince Charles said yesterday.
Museum attendants should be stopped from "shushing" children and displays should be hung low enough for youngsters to see properly, according to a manifesto to make museums more family-friendly published today.
The hall of fame, representing Shakespeare's status as one of the world's most read and performed authors, will embrace performers, directors and artists inspired by him and those who championed his work.
A stunning Monet oil painting of his wife Camille reading in a rich meadow sold for well below its estimate last night, providing a critical clue to the state of the art market in the recession.
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