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'Mary and Max', not available for Cannes because it went to Sundance instead, hit Europe for Berlin, and now arrives where it will be most appreciated - the Annecy Animation Festival.
Benjamin Button gives Foxtel a milestone deal with Warner Home Video Australia - a simultaneous release on Pay, DVD and Blu-Ray.
A stellar cast has been named to appear in a major new feature film, which starts shooting in Melbourne next month
'Mary and Max' is in competition at Annecy. in June, returning the production duo to a scene of previous triumphs.
Final Cannes list annnounced, along with Berlin Today production finalist from Australia. Inspiring, both.
Nine has picked up Tool Academy (8x60') from distributor Target Entertainment. Tool Academy, a VH1-devised format in which a host tries to transform wayward boyfriends into husband material, has sold
Metro Screen offers skills training in two of the most vital support roles on set: the 1st AD and Continuity PLUS offers a range of field monitors to make sure you capture what you want.
The ABC has picked up Jack Osbourne: No Limits (13x60') and series two of scripted comedy Moving Wallpaper (30x30')
The online documentary has had a chequered history in Australia. Is it an insane idea, a bastard child of television, the future of the medium, or a bunch of pointless toys for lonely losers? The ABC
Icon Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to The Baader Meinhof Complex, a 2009 Oscar Nominee for the Best Foreign Language Film.
The Biggest Loser was the biggest winner for the night, while Underbelly came in fourth.
Crystalline, perfect and smooth - Katie Noonan's tone is almost angelic, yet haunting.
Sammy J proves he is multi-talented as each twist and turn is accompanied by song, making 1999 a one-man musical-cum-sketch show part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, aimed at anyone who remembers Tamagotchi computer pets.
Prey, the Australian candy horror film starring Natalie Bassingthwaighte and US star-on-the-rise Jesse Johnson, will premiere for a limited theatrical release in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in early May.
Screen Australia is delighted to announce that Bright Star and Samson & Delilah will screen in Official Selection at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
KULCHA is delighted to announce that Jonathan Cope has been appointed the new General Manager and will start in the position on Monday 1 June 2009. KULCHA President, Jenny Simpson, paid tribute to the work of outgoing General Manager, Loretta Martella, who leaves KULCHA after four years in the role.
Ross Onley-Zerkel will be spending the next twelve months working for community organisation Arts Access after being named one of five winners of the Vodafone Australia Foundation’s World of Difference program.
A Federal Court decision last Friday in Perth could have far-reaching implications on the application of GST for traders in antiques and artwork, according to professional services firm Deloitte.
Dazzling with the decadence of year 1928, the Retreat Hotel's interactive theatre show A Dinner to Die For is pure fun. As the guests arrive at the Daventry family manor to celebrate Lord Quinten’s birthday, suspicions abound when it becomes apparent that some of the arrivals are harbouring ulterior motives. When one of the guests is found dead at the bottom of the stairs, it’s not long bef
If you had a barbeque and beers with a few mates at your house, Adam Hills is the man you’d most likely find there—he’d be the one telling all the jaw-dropping stories. Adam Hills’ Inflatable, held at the Princess Theatre, is the kind of show that comes across as endearingly sweet-centred, even when it asks a thirteen-year-old audience member to declare the worst swear word he’s ever heard.
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