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A source close to the board inquiry into Pacific Film and Television Commission has told ScreenHub that it is widening beyond the question of whether CEO Robin James allegedly misused travel expenses
Gretel Killeen will host the TV WEEK Logie Awards at Melbourne’s Crown Entertainment Complex on Sunday, May 3. There will be a live performance by Annie Lennox, Natalie Bassingthwaighte will sing, Re
With the NZ television production sector confronting a a shrinking and newly aggressive TVNZ, a story of peace, harmony and intellectual charity comes like a breath of fresh air. Tim Thorpe looks at a
Cricket, rugby, cricket, rugby, cricket, rugby and NCIS win ratings. It's a man's world in Pay TV-dom.
Seven on top in Week 12 with Seven News and Border Security top 2 shows.
Coinciding with its 25th anniversary, one of Australia’s largest post-production companies Frame Set & Match has re-branded as FSM and restructured using a multi-boutique approach.
Furthering their continued growth and expansion, Oktobor, the renowned visual effects and animation studio today announced that award winning international Flame artist Katrina Salicrup has joined the
The New Zealand government has now confirmed that it will indeed remove the Charter fund from TVNZ, and give it to New Zealand on Air. It will now be contestable, like the rest of the NZ on Air fund.
Heroes beat wannabes in Sunday night ratings war.
Samantha Everton is an established photographer, both in documentary and as a photographic artist exposing Vintage Dolls at the Dickerson Gallery in Collingwood.
ABC ONLINE: Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has chided his NSW Labor colleagues over a proposal to spend almost $1 billion on revamping the Sydney Opera House.
Susan Ann Walker and Margi de Farranti have created a personal and entertaining hour of song and memories of growing up in the 70s in their show Tragedy at The Butterfly Club, with the performance being anything but tragic.
ABC ONLINE: If Sydneysiders are puzzled by soft music drifting over the harbour, the answer is blowin' in the wind.
Ladybird at Belvoir Street Theatre Downstairs Theatre, originally a Russian play by multi-award winning playwright Vassily Sigarev was localised by Ian Meadows and the company – but only up to a point.
Ben Jonson's clever, ageless interpretation of The Alchemist playing at the Sydney Opera House - Playhouse, tells the tale of con artist Subtle (Patrick Dickson) and his friends and collaborators Face (Andrew Tighe) and Dol Common (Georgina Symes).
The strength of Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Only One is that we have a lead singer who sounds near enough to the original and who knows his way around the songs and sings them sincerely from the heart.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Waiting for Botox sees some talented women performing. Somebody give these chicks (April Berry, Betty Samis, Diane Dixon) a decent venue and script writer, stat!
I admit that I’ve lived in Melbourne most of my life and never crossed the foyer of the gorgeous Astor Theatre, what a charming, grandiose old girl she is. Opened in the 1930’s with a current seating capacity of around 1100, she easily holds the expectant crowd of this, the opening night of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
The Zororastrian (now Persian/Iranian) new year, is a time to feast and appreciate all which is given to man by nature.
Everynight, Everynight gives a dramatic account of the brutality and violent acts upon prisoners by guards, and the consequent Royal Commission that ensued.
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