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In the first of three articles, we look at Australian film and television production already locked in for 2009, to see how the industry is likely to fare during the global financial crisis. So far,
Dutch production behemoth Endemol (Big Brother) will acquire most of Southern Star Group from Fairfax Media for $75 million plus an undisclosed earn out fee, with Fairfax retaining UK-based Southern S
I recently read an article which claimed that the sectors that do well in recessions are alcohol, gambling, hairdressing and sex – an interesting combination of basic urges and discretionary spending. But as we enter a year that looks certain to be economically gloomy, how might the arts fare?
Film Victoria has announced $7 million in loans from its Cash Flow Facility against the Producers Offset covering seven projects – and the average loan would be…
Late last year it looked like the City of Bunbury in WA was going to stuff up a major animation deal – but intervention by the South West Regional Development Corporation will now see the deal go thro
David Michod and Angie Fiedler scored twice, along with some other ace films at the 2009 Flickerfest Awards. Flickerfest now goes to Byron Bay, Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine, Adelaide, Narrabri, Gu
Out at the Strictly Practical Unglamorous Nuts and Bolts End of the Biz, the South Australian Film Corporation has worked out a neat service to offer nationally - disbursement.
SBS has cleared a million viewers, who prefer to watch cars than drive around them on hot summer nights.
Two weeks ago, The Last Man, due to be filmed in Queensland and produced and directed by Fred Schepisi, joined as producer by Martin Brown, Warwick Young, and George Mannix, lost a crucial piece of it
Acorn Media are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 2 great DVD packs.
We want 'Mary and Max', the claymation feature from Adam Elliot and Melanie Coombs, to succeed. The team is terrific, the set was enchanting, the industry needs a hit with integrity. So we are watchin
The second round of the WIFT Media Mentorship for Women Program is now underway, and three new mentorship areas have been introduced: Media Law, Interactive Media and Location Management. Tina Kaufman
Feeling its way as a part of a new organisation (and not the one they thought) the research mavens at Screen Australia have released the annual domestic box office backgrounder.
Geelong-based production company World Wide Entertainment will get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange by a reverse takeover of former finance company Coneco, and in the process get access to
Melbourne animation studio Ettamogah Entertainment needs animators - a lot of them! Heaps! Great piles of animators! Junior, senior and lead for a new series. Details in the Jobs section, of cours
The world is watching the American analog switchoff in mingled fascination and horror, since most governments have resisted the One Big Shock and are taking it all very, very gently. It seems there ma
Confirming its international reputation as makers of devilishling sticky online adjuncts to cheesy TV shows, Brisbane's Hoodlum nails an award at 'the inaugural Global Media Award for Outstanding Webs
There were three superhero movies in the top ten: Dark Knight, Iron Man and Hancock; four animated films: Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar 2 and Horton Hears a Who, but only one chick flick Sex and t
Geelong-based factual producer World Wide Entertainment has announced that it will list on the ASX from January 19, joining Beyond International as one of Australia's tiny number of listed production
Austrian actor and singer Martin Niedermair speaks to Arts Hub about his upcoming performance of Tell Tale Heart with Barrie Kosky at the Sydney Festival.
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