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In the beginning of March, the Australian Directors Guild (ADG) and Screenights, the copyright collecting agency for filmmakers, met to clarify the position of directors, and particularly documentary
Founded in 1969 under the auspices of ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media), Metro is Australia’s oldest continuously published film and media magazine. This year, it turns 40.
BBC Worldwide Channels Australasia calls for Australian producers for a Cbeebies series.
With the New Zealand Film Commission explaining its new deals, it was time to wheel in the expert - Tim Thorpe engages his enquiring mind.
The Seven Media Group is about to start producing advertorials in-house under the Infocus brand. Infocus, part of Seven’s cross-platform SMG Red division, will see the network producing the spots in-
These days, audience research at SBS means "finding out what stuff they buy". The release tells us about red wine and analgesics, but then disappoints us terribly - there is no data about that importa
To have this much fun, most people have to sell their souls to the Devil. All the Visser and Cotter families did was buy the cinema at Huskisson, a town on the NSW coast near Jervis Bay. Now life is a
The NZ Herald is making the running on this one - TVNZ will lose 8% of its staff to help deal with cuts, while the independent production sector loses business too.
'The First Australians' is surely the tentpole project for SBS at this year's MIPTV. Not all its offerings are so dignified.
International reports that Miramax's remake Don't Be Afraid of the Dark will start shooting in Australia in May are a touch premature, but Ausfilm has confirmed that one of Australia's states is pitch
Icon Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 10 double passes to Alex Proyas's new film Knowing. The film was shot in Melbourne and stars Nicholas Cage.
According to the Herald Sun, the government will kill your television set on May 1. Lenin's ghost will have nothing to do with it, but Freeview has been smeared in a campaign straight from the 'let's
Someone at Foxtel has been watching Not Quite Hollywood and working out what sells. Chain Gang Girls 2, Women Addicted to Sex, the Crime & Investigation Network has never been so hot, hot, hot…
Having made Black Water on the mere whiff of a fart in a stiff breeze, Prodigy is going high budget for their next feature Road Train, splashing out $2.1 million to boost the South Australian economy.
Nine certainly does have a thing for Two and a Half Men.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has renewed the Community Television broadcasting licence held by Television Sydney (TVS) Limited.
Monday's ratings consist of men, brothers, sisters, mothers, housewives, losers & the odd crim.
Roberto Fonseca and his Quintet from Cuba performed at the Lismore Town Hall. Direct from his Australian debut (as bandleader) at the Sydney Opera House, and the only other show he will be performing in Australia, Roberto Fonseca and his Quintet (who have been playing together in Havana full time for three years) wowed the audience and left them bleeding for more.
THEATRE REVIEW: The Old Fitzroy Theatre - 'Vigil' the latest work showing at The Old Fitzroy Theatre is by Morris Panych, Canadian playwright, director and actor.
Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mudd now playing at the Malthouse came first from an idea Chris Kohn had after reading a book about the vaudevillian era.
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