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Sydney Openair Cinema is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to 'Not Quite Hollywood' on 10th February.
Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) has announced Australian composer CEZARY SKUBISZEWSKI as a 2008 nominee for scoring excellence. Cezary has been nominated in the category of Be
Transmission Films has acquired New Zealand rights to The Volcano (aka Tama), the highly anticipated second feature film from Eagle vs Shark writer/director Taika Waititi.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
Sandra Yates AO, Chair of Sydney Writers’ Festival’s Board of Directors, has announced that Chip Rolley has been appointed to the position of Artistic Director for the 2010 Sydney Writers' Festival, when current SWF Director Wendy Were takes maternity leave. Dr Were is expected to return to the post of SWF Director for the 2011 Festival.
In late 2008, the Western Australian Theatre Development Initiative (WATDI) was launched.
Screen Australia called for submissions from industry practitioners on its Marketing, Support and Promotion and Research and Statistics areas.
The Australian Writers’ Guild (AWG) congratulates scriptwriter and Australian Writers Foundation President Geoffrey Atherden, who has been made a Member of the Order of Australia as part of the recent Australia Day Honours.
The Australian Choreographic Centre in Canberra was for 11 years a leader in supporting the development of the art, craft and science of choreography - enhancing the contribution which dance makes to cultural life.
Melbourne trapeze artist raises the bar at prestigious circus festival in Paris
At only 22 years of age Emma Henshell is making her mark on the world circus stage. This week she will compete at the 30th Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain (Worldwide Festival of the Circus of Tomorrow), with her solo trapeze act. The prestigious festival attracts the world’s leading emerging circus artists, along
After the unexpected closure of Perth’s Access 31 in August last year, The Green Room has returned with a new online series celebrating community theatre in WA.
The YBAs found their voices in a recession but in the public's eyes they are linked with the age of easy credit.
Put a big name in a production and you'll reap advance receipts. If only they were all as reliable as John Malkovich.
Briton steps into prestigious curating post at a time of enormous challenges for modern museums.
Just a month after Jeremy Strick resigned under pressure as director of the beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has landed a new job. Starting March 2 he will be director of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, the institution confirmed.
The injections of cultural cash in Tuesday's federal budget are being hailed by many in the arts community as a landmark moment showing national politicians' heightened attention to the arts. But complaints about what was left out remain widespread.
Toronto's newest fall literary festival appears to be on shaky ground even before it holds its debut edition after the country's largest trade publisher, Random House of Canada, and another big player, Penguin Group (Canada), announced Wednesday Jan. 28 that they won't participate.
The opening night of the musical Zanna Don’t for Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival has brought a long overdue injection of originality, energy and freshness into the Melbourne music theater scene.
Two and a half years after winning the Israel Prize and being defined as an Israeli cultural icon, the Ashdod-based Israel Andalusian Orchestra fired all 50 of its musicians and lyricists Thursday and closed up shop.
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