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Omnilab Media seems to know a good production partner when they see one, with more Mapp family money turning up alongside Hyde Park Entertainment Group and Platinum Studio's Dead of Night, its partner
The new Screen Australia guidelines left a lot of issues between the state agencies and the federal organisation unresolved, including funding of short films, new screenwriters and digital media. Chr
A strong focus on the war in Iraq characterises the books in the running for this year's Orwell prize for political writing.
The public is overwhelmingly backing Carol Ann Duffy to be the next poet laureate, according to bookmaker William Hill, which has given Duffy even odds to take the post this summer when current incumbent Andrew Motion steps down.
Margaret Atwood has confirmed that she will be taking part in the Dubai literature festival, despite pulling out of the event last week over censorship fears.
The complexity of Naomi Klein's portrayal of the rise of disaster capitalism, The Shock Doctrine, has won its author the inaugural £50,000 Warwick prize for writing.
Nearly seven years after her death, the Queen Mother yesterday received a permanent commemoration in the middle of royal London. The one-and-a half-times-lifesize bronze statue stands next to that of her husband, George VI, overlooking the Mall.
A restructuring at Arts Council England will save the organisation £6.5m per year.
London leads but Liverpool and weaker pound help to swell tourist numbers.
New Yorker Roni Horn has photographed the same woman 110 times at hot springs. She has also put an ant colony and sheets of gold in Tate Modern.
Caryl Churchill has defended herself against accusations of anti-Semitism after her play Seven Jewish Children caused uproar among Jews.
Protesters storm out of meeting, accusing Nicholas Hytner of avoiding debate.
Yesterday the two traditions collided, with angry results, as the world-renowned Stratford-upon-Avon theatre company was accused of showing contempt for traditional Maori culture.
The Royal Opera House today confirmed plans for an opera based on the life of the American glamour model Anna Nicole Smith, who married an elderly oil billionaire and died of an accidental drug overdose.
One of the world’s leading art dealers this week launched an astonishing attack on the contemporary art market, condemning the millions charged for some works as “almost fraud”.
BORN in Argentina, the 33-year-old filmmaker and programmer Leandro Palacio compares Melbourne to "Buenos Aires without the stress".
Portrait photographer forced to mortgage rights to her art as financial turmoil takes its toll.
Art exhibitions without exhibits are nothing new. Nothing has been a recognised art form for half a century. But the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris can claim a cultural first this week: a retrospective exhibition of 51 years of exhibitions without exhibits by nine different artists.
IT'S the laugh we have to have. Wars, economic downturn, environmental degradation and natural disasters have coalesced to proffer a sombre start to 2009.
His Fourth Plinth commission will be installed from 6 July and Gormley said yesterday that he would be disappointed if everyone who was chosen to be winched atop the plinth as part of One and Other behaved sensibly.
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