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What happens if the US networks like CBS get out of Free to Air and go straight to cable? What happens if the punters give up on cable?
Here’s a ragbag of BAFTA animation awards winners which have made it onto the net, culled from films running at the 35mm festival in Moscow. For some reason it is not sponsored by Jameson.
Film composer Cezary Skubiszewski is interviewed by theatre, film and circus composer Kim Baston. Both of them have a sense of humour. And get snide about the same things. And can do muso tekkytalk..
Never shirking the mantle of ambition, The 37? South crew have done a deal with the Film London Production Finance Market, which is a doorway to the most serious dealmakers of all.
The BBC has been busily 'reforming' kids' TV - and responding to the subsequent enquiry. Which leads to some interesting questions about the future of public broadcasting.
Stanley & Dean, a short animated comedy created by Adelaide filmmakers for viewing on mobile phones, has enjoyed a successful year on the international film festival circuit and has now secured distr
Repeats are not repeats when it's on the net, as ABC iView launches a children's drama channel – with Australian dramas for school-aged kids.
FAVES will carry drama, comedy and sci-fi series, bri
The first feature film of Iranian filmmaker Hana Makhmalbaf, Buddha Collapsed out of Shame, is set in the Afghan town of Bamian. This is the place where the giant statues of Buddha that had been carved into the rock face centuries earlier were blown up by the Taliban in 2001. The rubble left by their destruction is the stark setting for the film.
The play I Love You, Bro which opened last night at the Malthouse is a real success story in the Australian theatre scene.
The Black Swan State Theatre’s production for the Perth International Arts Festival 2009 is Joan Didion’s memoir The year of Magical Thinking. This one woman play, rich with pathos, exposes the beauty and terror that we all find in the transience of life, and celebrates the power of the imagination to help us survive.
The Metropolitan Opera, contending with biting economic woes, laid out a 2009-10 season on Tuesday that includes eight new productions but is also notable for scaled-back ambitions.
Cellist Udi Bar-David hopes to promote Arab-Israeli understanding.
The final works of John Updike, who died in January at the age of 76, will be published later this year.
In the days leading up to Friday night's opening, Boston Detective Bill Kelley said, he was getting more and more complaints from residents of the Back Bay, the North End, and Mission Hill, furious that a man who admitted to spreading graffiti - even bragged about it - was being treated like a celebrity instead of a criminal.
The Smithsonian Institution yesterday named Johnnetta Cole, an anthropologist and former college president, as the new director of the National Museum of African Art.
The museum’s publicity campaign, one of the most ambitious it has ever undertaken in the city, will cover every ad space in the two connected stations, spaces normally given over to plugs for movies, beer and podiatry treatments. In their place will be reproductions of works drawn from all parts of the museum, both well-known and more contemporary, by artists like Matisse, Hopper, O’Keeffe, Marlen
After $360 million of renovations, the gloomy fortress housing Alice Tully Hall and the Juilliard School in New York has gained light and sparkle.
Sotheby’s credit rating may be cut to junk as the 265-year-old auction house’s revenue falls and its leverage increases amid what it calls “significant” losses from guarantees.
It is time for the American arts community to confront its stunning political ineptitude. In less than 75 years, the arts have gone from the single largest priority in a government stimulus package to a toxic joke, with a popular special amendment keeping them out. It is a stunning turnaround.
A series of setbacks in the £400m refurbishment of the Bolshoi theatre has put back its reopening by at least another two years, it emerged yesterday.
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