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Swinburne University School of Film & TV is offering its best students for job placement in the industry as part of their degree in Film & Television. In the past Swinburne have successfully placed ou
Documentary producer Roderick Leonard Hay was last Friday sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison on five charges of defrauding the Commonwealth. He received suspended sentences on three other ch
Out of Africa rates higher than Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Oscorp Entertainment is a West Australian company with three telemovies and two documentaries currently in various stages of production, and an IP aggregation business model that runs from traditional
The Ballad of Betty & Joe, a little silent comedy, is doco director Martha Ansara’s first short drama. Martha is beginning to realise that, unlike documentaries, short films have no predictable
Top Gear, RocKwiz and Tribe head the SBS most-watched program list for week 10, according to figures from OzTAM
Martha Ansara reports on the Yarning Up initiative with TEABBA, the Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association. She was involved with the workshop, produced by Penny Smallacombe.
Palace Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 25 double passes to see Summer Hours, starring Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling and Jeremie Renier.
Sunday Night appears to be steadying at around the 1.1 mark.
The Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) has announced the five Territory feature films, and three interstate feature film projects that will be developed through IGNITE, a new initiative aimed at nu
MOVIE EXTRA is delighted to announce filming will commence on a new satirical comedy series, The Jesters, today in Sydney.
Remember that transition in '2001: A Space Odyssey' when the ape pounds the skeleton and a bone flies up and a starship appears and the music goes 'ta-DAAAAA'? Tom Redwood, a keen and well-trained stu
Deluged by emails? Nothing organised except your kitchen? Right-brain/filing-brain connection on the fritz? Help is at hand.
NZ On Air has put money into two new comedy series, and a drama one-off. The Laughing Samoans at large (4 x 60') pick up $NZ485,663, while the Naked Samoans will have to share their $NZ1,751,425 with
Scorched (Firelight Productions in association with Essential Media & Goalpost Pictures of Australia) has been nominated for a digital Emmy Award to be presented at MIPTV in Cannes on March 30.
4Kids Entertainment has signed a home-video licensing agreement for animated series Dinosaur King with Magna Pacific (Australia and New Zealand), the distributor newly-acquired by Beyond International
It's nice to have a boss who invests in film, with Melbourne-based outfit Iloura picking up the visual effects work for Dead of Night. Iloura is part of Omnilab, and Omnilab Media's Managing Director
As TVNZ is caught in a financial vice, it seems that management wants to give a load of cash to Network Seven in Australia, to buy into TiVo which it theoretically has access to anyway..
While producer dad (David Taft) waits for the ABC to broadcast his series Dirt Game, presenter son (Shura Taft) is notching up 100 episodes as the presenter of Nine's Kids WB!.
Pivot(al), Adelaide Festival Centre’s year long dance program proudly presents one of America’s most innovative and extraordinary dance companies, Complexions
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