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Film festivals are an increasing blur of stories, characters and weird subtitles cut with coffee, queues and embarrassing moments in the wrong cinema. What stuck in Julian Wood's mind is an encounter
Maureen Barron, the newly appointed CEO of the Pacific Film and Television Commission, has connections to Liberty Films, a company that has been placed in liquidation at the request of the Queensland
Reaching back into the Tropics, SBS has commissioned TMG Media to produce a thirteen part crime series set in Australia's suicide capital, said in the press release to be 'the self‐styled Capita
Masterchef heads towards the two million mark, helping give Ten another Sunday night win.
Tom and Jerry beats Rataouille in the battle of the little animated creatures.
What did the audience really value at the Sydney Film Festival? For some reason, we picture exhausted staff listlessly counting the votes one by one, secure in the knowledge that nations will not fall
Nine has done an output deal for $500m worth of tots TV programming to put on its digital channel after 2001. We bet the government is very, very relieved it is funding ABC Kids.
As the Pacific Film and Television Commission appoints a new CEO, a copy of its foundation document, the Weekes Report, has been leaked to ScreenHub. It reveals the startling story of an industry tha
The Northern Territory arts and broadcast community is mourning the loss of Mr Garawirrtja, an enthusiastic and caring person who strongly encouraged others in music, dance, radio and film in the Terr
From time to time a work is presented where the form and ambition of the concept exceeds its realized execution.
Queensland State Government's Q150 brings cinema audiences an innovative and interactive educational experience.
The donation of close to 300 items from the Sydney Dance Company, is one of the most exciting new acquisitions to the Performing Arts Collection at the Arts Centre.
Arts Tasmania will be running information sessions for artists and arts practitioners who would like to know more about the Assistance to Individuals funding round.
Greater Union Filmpalast (GUF), operator of the Cinestar circuit in Germany and a subsidiary of Australia's Amalgamated Holdings, has partnered with RealD for its 3D cinema roll out. It is apparently
Annie OHanlon took Ted Kotcheff and Antony Buckley for coffee to find out if it is actually possible to get a cross word out of the pair of them. Not with this project, you can't. They are too delight
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has approved new regional and remote television licenses for Western Australia, both of which will be operated by joint ventures between the incumbent
As heralded in ScreenHub last week the New Zealand Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage has finally announced the terms of reference (TOR) for the much awaited review of the NZ Film Commission and
Harper Lee’s 'To Kill a Mockingbird' stands as one of the great classics of American literature – a tower against which all other novels exploring social justice themes are measured.
Any survivor of playgroup politics will enjoy 'God of Carnage', a hilarious exposé of parents behaving far worse than their children over a playground altercation.
Zephyr Quartet – Awakenings: The Meeting Hall - If everyone could wake everyday to music as tranquil & beautiful as this life would be a lot more peaceful.
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