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After sell-out performances at both the Adelaide Fringe and Cabaret Festivals in 2007, the very talented singer and performer Libby O’Donovan has finally graced Melbourne with her show The Story of Meredith Crocksley.
With guest residencies in New York and at London’s Sadler’s Wells, Christopher Wheeldon's company Morphoses has fulfilled its dazzling transatlantic promise, and wowed audiences around the globe.
With 21 dead people, 17 general sport supporters, four advocates in the area of hearing impairment, two television people and one from the film sector, it is fair to say we have not promoted our heroe
Canadian research has shown that the likely link between television and childhood obesity is – distraction while eating! Boys eating while watching television over-ate their calories by 22%, because
A cafe table and chair sit empty on a circular stage, an unopened bottle of green liquid standing at attention on the table’s surface.
BBC Worldwide is reporting a 42% jump in US traffic on its commercial website, BBC.com, for Barack Obama's inauguration. International visitors accessing the inauguration jumped 34% on average. In st
THE first trial of broadcast mobile television DVB-H (digital video broadcasting-handheld) has started in Sydney, with content from nine channels, including Seven Digital, ABC1, Fox Sports News and MT
Four Australian films are screening as part of the 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam which began today.
HBO, broadcasters of the 'Concert for Obama', must be really hoping the mainstream editorials don't find this particular mistake. Letting freedom ring, indeed..
Veteran writer-producer Roger Simpson is doing his bit to recession-proof a few Melbourne industry mortgages, with SHOWTIME announcing that it has commissioned a third season of his drama series Satis
SBS will create a Foundation to be custodian of $2 million worth of television airtime which will be donated to support charities and charitable causes, SBS Managing Director Shaun Brown announced tod
At the close of business on Thursday the 22 January 2009 the New Magic Australia NSW (Jannali) office is relocating to a new facility based in Croydon Victoria. This relocation is part of a strategic
'The Last Ride', from Glendyn Ivin and produced by Nicholas Cole and Antonia' Barnard, has been quietly building a fine internet presence. Barnard, has been quietly building a fine internet presence.
Southern Star International has licensed AXN Central Europe (a broadcaster with the same footprint as the former Habsburg monarchy to broadcast Rush (Series 1 & 2), All Saints (Series 5-7) and Water R
The use of 'Shortland Street' on Australian television over summer has provoked a tit for tat exchange between the Screen Producer’s Association and its New Zealand counterpart, SPADA.
Film Victoria has tipped just over $650,000 in funding into eight digital media projects, across three programs.
This charming French comedy of manners explores the nuances of friendship, love and desire through the devise of a story within a story.
It was gratifying seeing the full house at the opening night of Dream Children at the Carlton Courthouse for not only the opening night of the La Mama Theatre & Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre's 2009 season, but for the opening night of the Melbourne Midsumma Festival.
The 18th annual Flickerfest International awards were announced last night at a glittering ceremony at the Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach.
Australian playwrights came a step closer to securing productions of their work in Australia and overseas with the launch today of australianplays.org, a new e-commerce portal dedicated to the sale and promotion of Australian playscripts.
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