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Maziar Bahari, a documentary filmmaker who was a guest at AIDC 2009, has come to grief in his home country of Iran.
The Pacific Film and Television Commission has taken Christopher Mapp's Omnilab Media to the New South Wales Supreme Court to recover $2.3 million owed to the Revolving Film Finance Fund. The PFTC is
Here is the list. Unbiased by our attachment to words in general and scripts as a craft, we believe these people deserve to be famous.
Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation helps give Ten a very impressive 32.
BBC Worldwide Channels Australasia has short-listed six local children’s productions for its inaugural CBeebies Production Initiative, in association with CBeebies in the UK. Finalists will pitch in
Jennifer Collins has been promoted to be the new Head of Factual Programming at ABC TV, from her previous position as Manager of Development for Arts, Entertainment and Comedy.
National Geographic Television International has sold the ABC took four hours of programming - Herod's Lost Tomb, Perfect Child Mummies (perfectly preserved Inca children), Extreme Iceand Diving with
THE AGE: A new take on Harold Pinter cuts through the Pinteresque, writes Owen Richardson.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: THE Aboriginal artist Ubanoo Brown depicts Australian fauna in a lively, colourful style. There's one problem: he doesn't exist.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: IT IS not every day that an opera and theatre director emerges from the rehearsal room to talk about celebrity, drugs, sex and debauchery.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The Art Gallery Society of NSW is celebrating 50 years of acquisitions, writes Steve Meacham.
THE MERCURY: INFLUENTIAL San Francisco punk and grunge band Flipper have always flown a bit below the radar, while groups they inspired, such as Nirvana and Jane's Addiction, have enjoyed mainstream popularity and commercial success.
THE MERCURY: Amplified 2009: Sounds from Tasmania (July 17-19 2009) is Tasmania's contemporary music industry program.
AUSSIE THEATRE: The Sydney Theatre Company was a big winner in last week's NSW State Budget, which included a major funding boost for the arts.
ADELAIDE NOW: COMMERCIAL illustrator Robin Eley saw the opportunity to enter The Advertiser Business SA Contemporary Art Award as part of his transition to exhibiting as a fine artist.
ABC ONLINE: Easterfest is held in Toowoomba's Queens Park but organisers say next year, a separate art and film festival will be held throughout the city's central business district.
BLIC: If it gets officially nominated, Bregovic’s album will be a serious candidate for the prestigious award.
HERALD.ie: Man Gone Down by author Michael Thomas has scooped the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
More than a dozen major cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney Museum of THE NEW YORK TIMES: American Art, are trying to put the brakes on a bill introduced in the New York State Legislature in March to regulate the deaccessioning of collections, a controversial practice that has drawn attention as more institutions
BBC: Graffiti artist Banksy has pulled off an audacious stunt amid tight secrecy to stage his biggest ever exhibition.
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