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'From what I’ve seen even in the short time I’ve been here, the signs that we have turned a corner are more than encouraging.' Titled 'To be, or not to be? What’s the question?' Ru
Are you an emerging television show producer looking to perfect your pitch? Then the 2009 ASTRA conference can help you
An aptly titled session, with the panellists themselves Children of the Revolution as experienced in Australia in the 1970's. They examined the challenges of writing entertaining television for 8-12 y
Faced with a row of agency staff, armed with summaries of their programs, all keen to talk about the relationship between each other and the changing role of Screen Australia, our reporter Natasha Phi
Rialto Distribution are please to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of three double passes to Let the Right One In, a Swedish vampire movie getting rave reviews.
The 2009 BigPond? Adelaide Film Festival (BAFF) is delighted to announce TREELESS MOUNTAIN by So-yong Kim as the winner of the NATUZZI International Award for Best Feature Film.
To have a long career as a screenwriter in features in Australia is a very rare thing. Four were captured on stage together, and made to revisit scenes they loved, scenes they hated, scenes that made
Catch a hometown writer from Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet, and Moulin Rouge. Add the phrase, 'In Love with Shakespeare'. Watch the writers tumble into the room.
Potential Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 30 two-for-one passes to see 'Wendy and Lucy' directed by Kelly Reichardt and starring Michelle Williams.
At the National Screenwriters Conference, well known and well respected script developers were asked to assess their craft and share their secrets. Interrogator, psychoanalyst and idiot-wranger all se
ABC Managing Director Mark Scott today announced ABC journalist Eleanor Hall as the winner of the 2009 Donald McDonald ABC Scholarship to the Reuters Institute of Oxford.
With an average audience of 1.03 million viewers, Top Gear’s Vietnam Special saw the perennially popular series break the magic million mark for the third time this year, according to figures fr
My name is Frank Kelly, I'm an Irish filmmaker, based in Ireland, and I'm in the middle of putting together a very unique global film project. I need 140 filmmakers world wide to take part....
Several sessions at the Summit addressed this issue, albeit from different standpoints. By the end of Is the D-word a Bad Word?, Convergence and You and The Digital Revolution and You, the buzzword-av
Films that change lives - two very different approaches from New York-based Sandi DuBowski and Auckland-based Qiujing Wong. With a few notes about reality, the internet, and the soothing power of a cu
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
Reporting season for publicly listed companies is over, and amid the reported gloom, there is actually a lot of light for television production – with the exception of television commercial production
The book lies on the table. The writer has a contract. The producer is determined. What happens next? At that point, Mac Gudgeon and Jan Sardi have nothing in common except literacy and a qwerty keybo
In the genial hands of Jan Sardi, the last session, about the perils and pitfalls of Hollywood, skittered lightly over the kind of stories that make your toes curl with horror when you think about it
As Andrew Motion reaches the end of his ten-year tenure, Rupert Christiansen debates who should represent the nation next and what they should stand for - if anyone cares.
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