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Will Fremantle gum Melbourne's Central City Studios up with 'Neighbours'? The answer, my friends, is blowing in the winds of Nundawading real estate deals.
You want ridiculous genre mashup?
Trackdown Scoring Stage, Australia's world-class orchestral scoring stage, has achieved another success with director Alex Proyas' “Knowing” opening at No.1 at the US Box Office.
Having done the rounds of the industry conferences, Hoodlum's Spooks Interactive is about to go live, online at the ABC. You, too, can now get betrayed by your own side – or maybe not.
Not a Flicker but a bold, steady beam as the travelling fest arrives in Melbourne before finally packing the duds and getting ready to mount Flickerfest 2010.
How well is New Zealand doing in the drag-em-in and work their money footloose production stakes? Keith Barclay takes to the question with a will.
Two Australian films, among the six international entries selected, are being presented at the Tribeca All Access program, which connects producers with 'high-level film industry executives'.
With 'Packed to the Rafters' finished for the moment, what will Seven find to replace it next week?
SBS Managing Director Shaun Brown today announced the SBS Foundation would support 23 national and regional charities with $2 million worth of television airtime in 2009.
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh is the state's new minister for the arts, and will be sworn in on Wednesday. Trade minister John Mickel has been dumped from cabinet, which is expected to terminate any
Frame Set & Match officially became FSM on Monday, and split into five distinct units. Managing Director Rick Schweikert told ScreenHub it was all about keeping small group creativity alive in a comp
After our entertaining Pitching event Mar 10 Metro Screen is proud to announce that the following people have been funded through the Network Production Grants.
THE AUSTRALIAN: IT all got pretty ugly around 1990. Not music, but the discussion of it in Sounds Australian, then the official journal of the Australian Music Centre.
THE AUSTRALIAN: PLANS to substantially upgrade the Sydney Opera House and rebuild its Opera Theatre would cost more than the building's final construction budget.
THE AUSTRALIAN:The history of portraiture as a genre, therefore, is at the same time a chronicle of conceptions of identity and of the self.
Sonya Veronica - Rouge Revisited at Guildford Lane Gallery Melbourne, applying her colours onto canvas with only her fingers, 'feels' - rather than 'paints' her compositions.
THE AUSTRALIAN: Son of the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath has taken his own life, 46 years after his mother gassed herself while he slept.
John Wood presents a superb performance of Monk in A Stretch of the Imagination at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Dave Hughes is Handy in the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the Thebarton Theatre, is a stalwart of the comedy circuit, chalking up dozens more TV credits as well as this, his 17th solo tour.
Adam Hills in Infalted for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at the Thebarton theatre in Torrensville, is an absolute must see for anyone, young or old.
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