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Coolabi Productions Ltd has now formally announced its co-production with Burberry Productions, featuring Ewan Burnett, and a strong supporting cast in the ABC, CBBC and Nickelodeon Germany. Produced
Telecoms analyst Paul Budde is one of the most respected analysts in the industry. This is his summary of a new report, who is winning and who is losing.
Speaking to Framework: Design aikido, Ginnane used his experience in film financing to discuss games industry lobbying for a similar rebate from the Federal government. And asked what the film industr
Producer Melanie Coombs reports that 'Mary and Max' is “continuing to hold as word of mouth spreads”, supported by glowing reviews in the press, on the ABC, and on the net.
As President of the Cannes Feature Film Jury this year, Huppert had a wonderful opportunity to speak her mind on idealism, the auteur, and those who believe they are dancing on the grave of cinema.
Given that the non-documentary development slots were in the process of being filled by the Screenwriters'' Conference in February, the announcement of their names is the solution to an ongoing myster
The film industry is calling for clarification from State Government on the new package of screen industry incentives announced after the recent NSW Job Summit, so that they might be used more tangibl
Deluxe Australia has bought Theatrical Distribution Services from Paramount Pictures Australia, further integrating their business. TDS literally moves film prints, hard drives and related posters an
Showtime Australia has commissioned Screentime to produce a 6 x 60 series based on Tim Winton''s novel Cloudstreet. The project is another wholly-financed effort from Showtime. Not that CEO Peter Ro
ScreenWest today announced Mr Harry Bardwell has been re-appointed to the position of ScreenWest Director Production and Development.
THE GUARDIAN: Folk is seen as the preserve of the left - but the right is muscling in. Colin Irwin on why this weekend will see a showdown between Boris Johnson and Billy Bragg.
THE GUARDIAN: Ageing artists such as Cliff Richard and Paul McCartney will see copyright protection on their recordings in the EU extended from 50 to 70 years after a vote by MEPs yesterday.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: BERLIN — The last time a man in uniform stamped my passport with a hammer and compass surrounded by a wreath of wheat, he was sitting behind a transparent panel that looked as if it could stop bullets.
Kale Bogdanovs’ 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, A Gentleman of Culture, is a complicated thing.
THE COURIER MAIL: STANDING on a bitterly cold street in Melbourne, London or Tokyo, there are few things more appealing than a tourism poster of a tropical beach, replete with scantily clad people and perhaps the odd exotic fruit thrown in.
ADELAIDE NOW: PANDA-INSPIRED jewellery, short comedy films and two new theatre productions are among 25 projects by emerging artists to share in $51,000 from the Helpmann Academy for visual and performing arts.
8-10 May, Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road London: We've handed over the keys to the Roundhouse to a bunch of creative young people for a three-day festival of music, fashion, circus and more.
The Age Of Stupid stars Pete Postlethwaite as a man living alone in the devastated world of 2055, looking at "old" footage from 2008 and asking: Why didn’t we stop climate change when we had the chance? The Oscar-nominated star said about the film: ““The stakes are very, very high. They’re through the roof. So when I looked at the subject and what the film is trying to do, there was no option real
'Massage My Medium', held at Arthur’s Bar in Flinders Lane, is presented by Marc Fennell and Dan Ilic. You may (or may not) remember them from such television shows such as SBS’ 'The Movie Show' or Ten’s 'The Ronnie Johns Half Hour', which they each featured in respectively.
Be blasted back to the days of toe-tapping, hip-swinging patriotism with the World War Wonderful Sisters, to a place where the Coca Cola is cold and the boys are thirsty. Placed as new recruits to the US Army, the audience is taken on a journey through what it means to be a soldier via obnoxiously catchy songs supported by a brilliant script and interjections from grainy, World War II-esque
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