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Faced with SBS claiming that it is deep financial doo-doo because it got a paltry increase in the triennial funding, Minister Conroy made a speech in front of the broadcaster's campaigners. How did he
Last meeting for the financial year, yielding five features, whose budgets total $38.9m. No documentary or TV investments - they happened on May 8th.
'My Sweet Sixteen' goes down in a torrent of adjectives, knickers pulled over its tiny head and ponies slaughtered with a Maxim gun.
For $1200, the low budget doco maker can own what Samsung claims is 'the world's first Solid State Drive (SSD) Camcorder – Samsung’s HMX-H105.'
Not huge amounts of money, but Minister Peter Garrett's announcement of Festivals Australia grants did involve two film projects.
The sector has been hanging out for the identity of the new Head of Marketing and Industry Development. Headhunters have spread across the world dangling an exciting opportunity. And where did they en
What happens when ScreenHub charges an animator with the onerous responsibility of covering the Annecy Festival? 'My body hates me, but it was all in the name of fun', said Darcy Prendergast.
On Friday, the US switched off its analogue television transmission. As 6pm swept across the timezones, screens in an estimated 12.6 million households went dark forever. It was a moment Australian po
In an extraordinary musical journey, Isabel Faust started the programme with the Sonata No 1 in G minor, BWV1001, followed by the Partita No 1 in B minor, BWV1002 and after interval the Sonata No 2 in A minor, BWV1003.
My Year Without Sex is Sarah Watt's next film after the successful Look Both Ways. Now seen by many as an emerging force in the Australian film landscape, Watts is clearly on a winning streak. She talks to ArtsHub about the A-Z of making films.
A frosty Monday night would not seem an opportune time for such a concert but word had evidently got around that this one was not to be missed.
Design labs are providing Australian designers and artists with opportunities to collaboratively envision and conjure diverse urban futures.
Festival of Voices just one month away.
Central West residents are being asked to have their say as part of a national consultation by Regional Arts Australia.
Julie Henderson - South Australian School of Art (SASA) graduate - will next month present a peer-reviewed paper and a performance installation at the Creative Interdisciplinarity in Art and Design Research conference in the UK.
WA Choreographer Chrissie Parrot offers new life to old music boxes
Screen Australia announces funding for five features including 'Wog Boy 2: Kings of Mykonos' and 'Tomorrow When the War Began'.
Painting of Muslims at prayer wins Australia’s richest prize for young painters – the 2009 Metro Gallery Art Award.
Michael Dahlenburg - Cellist - convincing strangers that one can have a career playing cello... really.
Jenny Banks drives herself and or any surrounding people crazy, humming a tune stuck in her head from yesterday's rehaersal or concert.
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