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Industry members have until 5pm Wednesday 11 March 2009 to vote for the Industry Award category of the 22nd WA Screen Awards (WASAs)
Picture in your mind the path that 80 taxis or garbage trucks might make during a day's driving. Or a day's airplanes landing at Heathrow. Try visualising a graph of the emotions that people feel as
Highly respected producer Matt Carroll thinks that ScreenHub was too optimistic in our assessment of feature film in Australia. Here is his well informed take on the subject.
SBS keeps telling documentary filmmakers that their pitches must contain an online component. Here they are caught in the spotlight explaining what that means, how it splays out, and how it has adapte
Germaine Deagan Sweet, the Vice President of Content Syndication at National Geographic Channels International, provided an insight into the online distribution platform and business model that the Na
Kim Dalton, head of television at the ABC, was interviewed one to one by Sandy George. He is good value for journalists, and Sandy plotted her approach to him with the care. She had even given him hom
A new feature at this years Australian International Documentary Conference are the Editor Hours. These are small sessions with commissioning editors and just 30 people, allowing for specific questio
Genevieve Bell, an anthropologist fascinated by the relationship between culture and technology, delivered a torrent of words about broadband and its future implications. Fortunately, we have forensic
Can you do multiplatform without being a slave to the broadcaster? Yes, but it helps to cheep enticingly as you are being incubated.
Northern Territory authors discuss the works that made the grade for the Chief Minister's inaugural Book of the Year award.
The National Institute of Dramatic Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week, as it contemplates a new direction.
Last October the Rudd Government announced that it would adopt a scheme that would give Australian artists the right to a share of the spoils every time their work is resold.
Local communities throughout regional Western Australia will share in $40million of State Government funding this financial year through the new Regional Grants Scheme, an initiative of Royalties for Regions.
The Cultural Ministers Council has published a step by step guide to assist agencies to assess the economic value, tourism impact and benefit of cultural tourism in their region.
The winners of the 2008 NSW Premier’s History Awards, the 2008 Indigenous History Fellowship and the 2008 NSW History Fellowship were announced by the Premier and Minister for the Arts, the Honourable Nathan Rees MP, on 27 October 2008.
This statistical snapshot brings together the latest data on Victoria's arts and cultural sector.
The inner city Melbourne suburb of North Melbourne has a variety of arts and cultural activities happening on an ongoing basis.
Arts Minister Rod Welford has announced an innovative program of national and international speakers for the 2009 Ideas Festival at the Cultural Centre, 25-29 March.
Entries from Australian writers are invited to the 2009 Prime Minister's Literary Awards for fiction and non-fiction books.
Druid, one of the best known theatre companies in the English speaking world, comes to the Perth International arts Festival from Ireland with this exciting and palpable piece of theatre.
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