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The subscription television industry will be out in all their glorious best on Monday April 20 for the 7th Annual ASTRA Awards at Sydney’s Royal Hall of Industries.
An Australian production company, filming in the remote Flinders Rangers and desert area of Woomera for its upcoming movie, has saved thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of shooting and editing
Just another speech, on just another campus, but ABC Managing Director Mark Scott smiled sweetly and invited a Melbourne audience to consider the possibility of Telstra loose in the television industr
Hybrid Television Services (ANZ) Pty Ltd, the exclusive licensee of TiVo? products in Australia and New Zealand, today announced the appointment of three new General Managers.
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Wouter Barendrecht has been a crucial player in some of the most important moments in the modern era of Australian cinema. Ashley Luke, one of his Fortissimi, meditates on the man, his role and the jo
cineFinance, the US company frequently flagged as being behind the First Australian Completion Bond Company (FACB) has announced that it will not be closing any new film completion bonds. This will n
Palace Films is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to see Tulpan, winner of the Prix Un Certain Regard at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.
Funny as this expectation may seem, and good looks to boot Alison’s terrible life story - My Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Life part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - makes it evident that she’s learnt to see the funny side of a ‘horrible, no good, very bad life’ – but heaven help her mother, should her laminator break down and Alison hits the big time.
As the title alludes, Charlie Pickering’s stand-up is a tribute to Grandpa Frank - The Audacity of Frank part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - but also features the comedian’s own journey into adulthood and, undeniably, the penis. Oh, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for the masturbating ellipsis.
Hosted at the Blackbox Theatre in the Arts Centre, Is This Thing On? – The Dave Berry Story invites you - via a slow motion walk across stage - into the world of Dave Berry: veteran of the amateur comedy circuit, husband, father, all round true-blue Aussie and the next big thing.
Tackling the intricacies and meaning of one’s own depression seems an unlikely premise for a comedy festival show, but Jeff Hewitt is not afraid to go there. His work Reacharounds for the Soul - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - explores his own journey with depression, and the result is surprisingly entertaining.
Unable to put blasphemy aside, Kieran Butler’s Collingwood: Club Therapist part of the Melbourne International Comedy Fetival, is an ode to the crucifixion of ‘the Cous’, otherwise known as the infamous Ben Cousins. About ten percent Collingwood therapy and ninety percent Ben Cousins rock opera, no one in the audience, including myself, seemed to mind that this was the case.
Mulligan’s which is on show as part of the current Brisbane Queer Film Festival is, like the golfing term from which it takes its name, all about second chances and new beginnings.
The Lost Coast, the latest cinematic offering from multi talented writer/direct Gabriel Fleming which will screen at this year’s Brisbane Queer Film Festival is a haunting and elegiac homage to the pains of first love and the loss of youthful innocence.
One of the more fascinating films on offer in the current Brisbane Queer Film Festival program is (pun fully intended) Bi The Way the latest offering from American film makers and documentarians Brittany Blockman and Josephine Decker.
Writer-director Yair Hochner’s intriguing new feature Antarctica, a multi-layered and beautifully acted ensemble piece, is part of this year’s annual Brisbane Queer Film festival.
The star of Memoirs of a Stalker part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, rushes in, sweaty and uncomfortable as the rest of us (perhaps even more so considering the handcuffs he sports) fresh from a stint in jail for supposedly stalking and murdering his pan-gender partner and biggest fan, Sammy.
The Briefing, showing at the Old Melbourne Gaol as part of the Melbourne International Comedy festival, caught me off guard. An American combat veteran, Blake Boles describes his life living and fighting in the Iraq war for 28 months, and is able to find the humour in it all.
Dead To Me, held in an intimate courtroom at the Old Melbourne Gaol, and part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, recalls the story of Aleisha and her ex-fiancé, with the best man Ted. It’s almost like watching an old couple bicker, except they’re not a couple and they’re not old, just funny.
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