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Not only does Scooby Doo make fifth grade girls aggressive, but Pokemon and Digimon aren't any better. We're talking verbal aggression here, 'cos girls don't own guns. Could lead to more female tele
Noticing we hadn't covered the David Weiss masterclass, (so much to do, so little time..) Maureen Sherlock sent a version of her own notes, which are a great take on the nitty gritty. And help to show
Remember Bay City from Nomad Films in 1993? Neither did we. But it stars Isla Fisher, who is currently in the box-office hit Confessions of a Shopaholic, and was recently acquired by IP aggregator O
Dancers twirl amongst the emergency services workers.
This is the release which explains the SA Film Lab, prefigured last week at the National Screenwriters' Conference.
As hosted by the Media Resource Centre. If this kind of event doesn't sing, then the SAFC will be wasting its time.
The team at New Zealand based special effects company Weta Workshop have recently completed work on creating a fully functional Mermaid tail for Auckland woman Nadya Vessey, who is a double leg ampute
Underbelly keeps its audience at gunpoint, giving Nine a solid win for the night.
What would happen if Underbelly & Packed to the Rafters were on at the same time?
A truckie who lost his house in the Victorian bushfires$$s$$ a schoolgirl who has spent many years travelling in the cabin of her dad’s truck$$s$$ a long haul driver who with his wife delivered furniture from one end of Queensland to the other...
The Adelaide Fringe and the Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts have teamed up to present UpstART 2009, a unique program that pairs up emerging artists with established industry performers to develop and present a three-night series of shows during this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Written by Mark O’Connor and performed entirely by David Malikoff, this performance explores the realities of nature versus multinational big business.
This is Coppin’s first time at the Adelaide Fringe and straight from the start, from the first kick off (soccer talk) this smart, quick witted “Gobby” from the UK, certainly captured the audience’s attention.
'A Company of Strangers' is a cabaret that is showing in The Spiegeltent, which is a beautiful venue$$s$$ intimate, but with a wonderful old world feel.
Opening night for Movin’ Melvin Browns I Have Dream (Soul to Soul) show was at the Norwood Live venue, a classic intimate and relaxed cabaret style spot. The room was almost full and crowd was ready to be entertained.
There exists so much folklore around who and what made up the golden age of Hollywood and its larger than life characters (both real and fictional), that it is always a delight to come across a story that lays bare these goliath figures of narcissistic proportions.
Kick-starting her tour before kick-starting her relocation to the US of A later this year, Mia Dyson, through selected venues that afford her a more ambient link with her music-loving audience, laid it out for us music lovers on Saturday night at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall.
In 1998 Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old student attending the University of Wyoming in Laramie, was kidnapped, savagely beaten and left tied to a cattle fence outside the small west American town.
When one of Australia's most talented contemporary choreographers gets together with a projection artist, a brilliant lighting designer and a fiendishly creative composer, 'Out of Light' is the result.
Under the direction of Olivia Ansell, each week for three weeks ten short works are performed, a showcase for developing Australian choreographic talent, and there are plans for interstate and international tours.
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