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Australia's smallest pay television operator, SelecTV, is part of the WIN Corporation. Now it is peering into the future at some owned and operated channels.
Be My Brother – Best film Tropfest 09
Dry Water: The Making of – Best film TropJr 09
Metro Screen is proud that the top honours for both Tropfest and TropJr were awarded to Metro Screen a
Matchbox Pictures, the production company formed late last year when Tony Ayres, Helen Bowden, Penny Chapman, Michael McMahon and Helen Panckhurst got together, is looking to expand into long run tele
According to panellist Leanne Pooley, when it comes to interviewing subjects for documentaries, Craft + Art = Magic. It's an easy formula to agree with, but like most things that look easy it's not an
Beyond International Limited has acquired the business and assets of Magna Pacific Pty Limited (Magna) from the receivers of destra Corporation Limited, KordaMentha Pty Ltd. They paid $4.3 million in
Despite a contraction of global marketing spends, there was an overwhelming optimism amongst speakers at the Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) forum on 'Branded Entertainment' yesterday
Major new contemporary drama Survivors will air on Prime Television in New Zealand following the conclusion of a significant content deal between Prime and BBC Worldwide Australia, it was announced to
Love it or loathe it, branded content gets made in Australia, and Seven's David Leckie today confirmed that it would be part of the mix on their new digital multichannels.
Mario Andreacchio, devoted proponent of family pictures, maker of 'Napoleon' and 'Elephant Tales', has now become a cinematic guinea pig.
About eighteen months ago, I put on my ScreenHub uniform and attended the last DocNZ Summit. It''s now moved to what will become its regular slot on the calendar, following close behind AIDC (in a str
1.2m people tuned in to watch Hugh hosting the Oscars.
“In year one, we screened seven films made by kids, and by last year’s festival that number had risen to 18. In 2009, we will screen over 20 films made by kids, from places as far flung as
WA Screen Academy, WAAPA and ECU graduates are nominated in almost every category for the West Australian Screen Awards.
John McDonald will be known to NSW based ArtsHub readers as art critic for the Sydney Morning Herald. Prior to this McDonald was editor of Australian Art Review and served as chief curator of Australian Art and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra for a period.
One and half years in development and now,only weeks out from opening night... suffice to say that Big hART’s Tasmanian contingent - This Is Living - is wound up and ready to go. Actors and artists are on their way south from around the Country to join the 301 strong theatre company, as we kick off rehearsals in preparation for Ten Days on the Island - Tasmania’s international festiv
Fuzzy schlub, Seth Rogen, and fellow '40 Year Old Virgin' bit-parter, Elizabeth Banks, are the eponymous platonics one bounced cheque from the skids.
Writer-director Nora Hamidi's characters and their italicised lives may have certain familiar cookie contours, but Dolls and Angels' players do pull off an engaging depth and credibility for each of their playees.
Quick! Book now for the return season in July of this seriously funny, silly, but terrific show.
Originally adapted in 2006 by actor & playwright Patrick Barlow, this theatre production has been a triumph both in the West End & Broadway where it walked away with two of its six nominated Tony Awards.
'Wretch' looks into the relationship between a mother and her son, at love in all its ugly and brilliant forms.
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