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Eleven year old Toe Thompson, is the main protagonist of 'Shots'. Toe’s parents work for Black Box Industries, and their time is consumed by work.
With Green Lantern departing Australian shores, we decided to take a look at some of the bigger upcoming productions.
Lyn Norfor takes a cool look at the evolving landscape of digital funds pundits.
When the South Australian Film Corporation announced a program to create eight features in four years with first time teams at that scale, for $350,000 each, we saw a chance to document the process in
First major foreign territory to show Australian animation Mary and Max from Melanie Coombs and Adam Elliott is France. It has now been out and about for three weeks.
RocKwiz, the legendary Saturday night SBS tentpole series, which is about to reach its 100th episode, has succumbed to the lure of the road.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image will host a major exhibition around Tim Burton's remarkable imaginative processes next year. There may be Martians in central Melbourne.
The second last episode of All Saints gets over a million viewers.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has tabled its annual report in parliament, revealing that it investigated 1363 took action complaints about internet content (from 2,281 investigatio
THE HINDU: Author, columnist and former corporate czar, Gurcharan Das on his latest book and his attempt to understand society’s moral failures through the Mahabharata.
NGV FEDERATION SQUARE: Ricky Swallow came to prominence in his mid 20’s and then catapulted to international fame in his early 30’s, in part through representing Australia at the Venice Biennale in 2005 (where people crammed into the previews of his show in their thousands) and in part through the sheer force of reputation generated by the staggeringly technical and artistic accomplishment of his
HAARETZ:After having seen the excellent film "Ajami" for the second time - and I'm planning to see it a few more times, too - the time came to see Joshua Sobol's "Alma" again, too.
MOSCOW TIMES:Russian Fashion Week takes over Moscow’s runways this week as Russian and foreign designers show off next year’s spring and summer collections.
MOSCOW TIMES: In 1988, the Art or Death society’s avant-garde art show in one of Rostov-on-Don’s public toilets was closed down by the Soviet authorities just a few hours after its opening.
THE GUARDIAN: Children's author gives short shrift to concerns that Where the Wild Things Are is too frightening for children
THE DAILY STAR: LISBON: A row broke out in Portugal on Monday after a Nobel Prize-winning author denounced the Bible as a “handbook of bad morals.” Speaking at the launch of his new book “Cain,” Jose Saramago, who won the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature, said society would probably be better off without the Bible. Roman Catholic Church leaders accused the 86-year-old of a publicity stunt.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: For those who don’t know British instillation artist Ray Lee, to read that his work Siren currently at the Melbourne International Arts Festival is “ a choir of rotating arms mounted on a forest of metal tripods creating an extraordinary, immersive theatrical experience of spinning, pulsing light and sound” may not really describe the intensity of this
ENSEMBLE THEATRE: Rinne Groff’s The Ruby Sunrise explores an alternative explanation for the invention of television, tracing the story of self-educated farm girl Ruby (Matilda Ridgway).
BELVOIR THEATRE: On a simple kitchen chair, Whittet resembles a casually dressed man in his early thirties. The only subtle marker to character is that the fringe of his hair has been pulled back with a bobby pin. This isn’t because he’s a cross-dresser. It’s because he’s a precocious and curious nine year-old girl.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: This remarkable piece of DIY filmmaking tells the story of Iraq’s first and only metal band.
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