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ScreenHub's Editor, David Tiley, recently chaired a session on development at the National Screenwriters' Conference, and with the representatives of the Pacific Film and Television Commission absent,
Just Another Love Story is a darkly comic thriller centred around Jonas (Anders W. Bertelsen), a likeable professional with a wife and two kids.
Australia’s only Contemporary Fiction Festival opens its arms to popular genre writers and exciting new media practitioners as well as award-winning literary authors on Sunday April 5 at the NSW Writers’ Centre, co-presented by the UTS Centre for New Writing.
THE GUARDIAN: You know you’re getting old when the buildings you grew up with start getting listed by English Heritage. There’s a 30-year rule in preserving historic buildings, designed to give some critical distance, so by the end of this year the whole decade of my childhood - the 70s - will be up for grabs.
THE GUARDIAN: Why did Hope Davis feel so peeved when she was asked to play Johnny Depp's mother in a new film? Could it be because she was, er, exactly the same age as him? What on earth is behind these bizarre casting decisions?
THE HUFFINGTON POST: Over the last few years, we have all witnessed the decline of the music business, highlighted by finger-pointing and blame directed against record companies, artists, internet file sharing and any other theories for which a case could be made.
VARIETY LAS ANGELES: LONDON -- A group of hardline Saudi clerics have issued a statement urging the conservative kingdom's new information minister to ban women from appearing in TV or in newspapers and magazines.
The Big Picture at the Subiaco Arts Centre, production directed by Jenny McNae, a well known W.A. theatre identity, delivers a crisp and swiftly paced theatre experience.
THE GUARDIAN: When was the last time you experienced intense joy in the theatre? I mean one of those giddy moments when you suddenly feel slightly delirious, find yourself grinning from ear to ear, and realise that you have a sensation inside your stomach like a saucepan on the boil.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: WA’s most prestigious prize for glass artists has resulted in a dead heat for the first time.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: A sculptor whose wife secretly entered his work in this year’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition at Cottesloe beach yesterday won the competition’s award for most popular artwork.
THE AGE: I WAS old enough to earn my own living as a waitress during the recession "we had to have" in the early 1990s.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: IN ONE of its best box office results in recent years Opera Australia has posted an operating surplus of $848,000 for 2008, a year also marked by the death in November of its music director, Richard Hickox.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: Buy now, pay later. It is a promise often screamed at buyers in advertisements for new couches or plasma televisions. But for art?
Performing to a sell out crowd at the Queens Arms Hotel in Wright Street, in the heart of the city, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Chillie Files', three 'chillies' are just electrifying.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The media's "right to know campaign" has taken a hit after The Sunday Telegraph wrongly published nude photos claiming they were of Pauline Hanson, News Ltd chief John Hartigan admits.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's St John Passion held at the Melbourne Recital Centre, saw the Thomanerchor Leipzig join the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for this massive choral concert in the MSO’s Bravo! series.
Copenhagen at Chapel off Chapel is a play about a meeting in 1941 between two of the most important physicists of the 20th Century.
Melbourne Queer Film Festival's Affinity is an 1870’s era ghost story whose tale is sullen with lesbian undertones.
Jerusalem is Proud to Present at this year's Melbourne Queer Film Festival director Gialdi’s thoughtful and comprehensive document on humanity, fear, single-mindedness and determination focuses on the attempts of an Israeli gay and lesbian group, known as the Open House, to organise and conduct the World Pride festival in Jerusalem in 2006.
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