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Central City Studios has been doing a discreet dance with FremantleMedia, which could kibosh international productions in Victoria - or so several sources have told ScreenHub.
The line-up of new Beyond titles includes drama, factual, travel, science and documentary programs. It is a Game in the Dirt, and may seem Impossible, but reps are not Spoiled Rotten - they have been
Footprint Films is known to push its projects very hard in the marketplace, though anyone who can prove the P&A budget for 'Romulus My Father' is probably in a shallow grave under the desert stars. Wh
A night out at the movies is given new meaning at SHORTS Outback where films are shown under the desert stars in the middle of the Flinders Ranges and accompanied by fine regional food prepared by a c
TressCox Lawyers' Nic Pullen has taken on the job of dealing with the media frenzy surrounding Sam(antha) the Koala, the thickset arboreal marsupial herbivore who got herself photographed drinking out
Nine swaps with Seven, ABC holds firm - good on Thursday - while SBS proves that it really does not have the money to run a seven day service.
How did the ABC plan its assault on Canberra? Foolishly, they recorded a key meeting, and some unknown editor from the independent sector has put it on YouTube. SBS denies any involvement.
Not a bad spread of Australian shows. Seven wins because Australia has talent.
SBS is proud to announce that Canada’s Knowledge Channel and New Zealand’s Maori Television have acquired the landmark documentary series, First Australians.
NFSA's Big Screen programs carries 'Australia' to them that really appreciate it. Mildura never gives up on culture, no matter how dry it gets.
The 7th Pacific International Documentary Film Festival will take place in Papeete, Tahiti, from 26 to 31 january, 2010. Entries have been open for some weeks now and will close on October 1st, 2009.
According to a well-placed source, blue chip production The Green Lantern ($US150 million) is a confirm for Sydney, while Redlands City Council has removed another stumbling block to Narnia: Voyage of
Did you ever want to be a superhero but didn’t know where to start? Bec Hill’s Stand-Up comedy currently being seen at the Adelaide Fringe Festival looks at becoming a superhero from car to cape and with cheese on toast thrown in for good measure.
3xperimentia: Live Cut now in its Adelaide Fringe Festival season was created by award winning international choreographer, Amanda Phillips and, rising composer and new media artist, Alexander Mitchell.
Three cute guys, music comedy, audience participation and live YouTube style interaction. This Adelaide Fringe Festival shas electricity running through it…literally.
The Wet Spots are an internationally acclaimed cabaret duo, and you can understand why when you have the sometimes awkward pleasure of seeing their performance at the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Recently graduated from the VCA, John Frankland and Stephanie Evison-Williams can be see in Surviving a Modern World currently at the Butterfly Club.
Climate documentary raises budget in tiny lots; ends up being high end dramatised moc-doc. And the website is not stupid at all.
Running studio generated, web distributed, multicam TV through ArtStart.
After a bumper year of local screen production in 2008, the scene is set for an exciting showdown between award nominees at the upcoming WA Screen Awards to be held at the Octagon Theatre on Saturday
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