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One of the most interesting aspects of the Australian International Documentary Conference is getting a chance to see all kinds of documentary styles. Clips flicker on screens at almost every session
In film, the audience is years away. In television, it hides behind the ratings. In self distribution, you can chase them down, wabbit by wabbit, so they give you a tiny piece of lettuce. But at least
Low budget, privately financed, and meeting distribution prices, Crush has done well enough that its investors are up for a second film – before the first one has been released.
At the end of the production process is sound post. At the end of the contract is deliverables. When they get together, you may need a ninja and your audio heroes may spring from the shadows...
A cool moment for Pluto Goneski.
ABC Commercial has pulled off a positive plethora of format sales for Zapruder's Other Film's The Gruen Tranfer. Endemol France, Fremantle Portugal, ONTV Spain, Nordisk Film Denmark, Rapid Blue South
Series three of 'Tribe' continues the upward trend for the year. And we are asked to remember how our memory works.
Seven's 'Sunday Night' drops another 300,000, helping put Seven into third place for the night.
In Australia, serious development of the broadband opportunity means the ABC, which can draw on the experience of other public broadcasters, aka the Beeb. Unfortunately, broadband in Australia is a bi
Just to let you know, Nikki Finke is liveblogging the Oscars and it won't be a pretty sight. Heh.
BRUCE Beresford is so central to the Australia cinema - he directed Breaker Morant, Don's Party, The Club and The Getting of Wisdom - that it would be inconceivable without him.
THE doors on its offices in Elizabeth Street are locked and the letterbox is stuffed with unopened mail.
Giving up their day jobs is out of the question for Melbourne band ROOT!
IT WAS an unforgettable image. The blackened branches of two blasted tree stumps crafted into a subtle outline.
Meet Sydney actress Marika Aubrey. Amongst the doom and gloom of Kookaburra's apparent demise, she is the last person standing from the cast of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.
IT'S just an illusion that the same old comedians return to the Adelaide Fringe every year to crack their jokes and do their schtick.
ATOP giant, upturned eggshells, the male dancers in the cast await instruction. The women, wearing leotards and rehearsal skirts, watch and wait.
WHEN Australian cabaret star Paul Capsis decided to cut his defining long hair, people on two continents were drawn into the discussion.
One of Adelaide's last art deco cinemas is facing an uncertain future.
Newcastle filmmaker Genevieve Clay has won Tropfest 2009 with her short film Be My Brother.
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