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New South Wales Premier Nathan Rees has confirmed the rumour that Hollywood film Green Lantern will be shot in New South Wales.
The Pacific Film and Television Commission (PFTC) has issued a brief statement saying that long-serving Head of Production, Henry Tefay, "will be leaving the Commission to pursue his own projects."
After receiving feedback from its proposed changes, the AFI has revealed that it is going much further than we thought, and the judging process may never be the same again.
Foxy little number catches judges' eye with some neat moves in Montana.
ABC TV today announced that four new presenters are set to join Big Ted, Humpty and all the toys at Play School.
Craft Victoria has received funding from Arts Victoria to work in partnership with Victorian Tapestry Workshop and Zoos Victoria on New Craft Made in Victoria. The project will commission Craft Victoria members to develop locally made and manufactured products inspired by the zoo environment.
Territory based Indigenous director Warwick Thornton’s first feature film Samson & Delilah will have its Territory premiere at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station on Friday 17 April 2009, before the film is released nationally in cinemas on Thursday 7 May 2009.
Screen Australia has announced production investment approval for 13 projects generating $26.4 million worth of production.
The first ever Australian Dance Festival is set to mix and match stage and screen dance superstars with talented hopefuls who ‘think they can dance’.
A major new report shows the CREATIIVE INDUSTRIES are a larger contributor to the Central West economy than Mount Panorama, the region’s largest tourist attraction.
The Australian Writers’ Foundation (AWF) has called for applications for the 2009 Kit Denton Fellowship.
Filmfest@falls announces the introduction of the Deluxe Prize, and the Deluxe/Kodak Best Film Prize in the Shorts@falls short film competition.
Winner and Acquisitions Announced 2009
The story of Grandpa Sol and Lily’s Grandma Rosie part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, in general was light, and seemed to lack the darker side of growing old, which ultimately good, have provided majority of the humour.
The Museum and Art Gallery Northern Territory (MAGNT) is calling for applications for the $25 000 George Chaloupka Fellowship, named in honour of renowned rock art historian and MAGNT Curator Emeritus Dr George Chaloupka OAM FAHA.
Craft Cubed is a new annual festival presented by Craft Victoria to promote experimental, skilled and ideas-based craft and design.
At the end of last year, the Australia Council published a report summarising consultations on the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts key organisations.
As the economic situation worsens, we’re all wondering what the impact may be for the arts.
Currently showing at Melbourne Trade Hall, much has been written about Spontaneous Broadway since its original appearance in New York back in 1995. Since 2000, audiences across Australia have also had the opportunity to experience this unpredictable, unscripted ‘improv’ show. Surprisingly, this is actually the first time in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s history that this sho
Setting the Apocalypse Soon in the Old Magistrates court, with the years of actual judgments that must have been handed down within the walls, gave the general aura of the piece a lot more weight. The sky boiled grey overhead as I pulled on my black leather boots, coupled with a gas mask, 12-gauge sawn-off and pack of rad-x. I was going to go view the latest prophet of the end times. Surely
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