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'Disgrace', according to Monticelli, seems to have been blessed from the start, as Anne Richey discovered.
FremantleMedia Enterprises has sold Roger Simpson's Satisfaction (20 x 60') to Poland's TVN Style, Estonia's Kanal 2 and Barrondov (Czech Republic). Endemol has manage to convince NTN in Ukraine NTN t
Today the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd personally congratulated Adelaide resident Katrina Sedgwick at a lunch event at Parliament House as part of an event celebrating Australia’s emerging leaders
How much has the Queensland government allocated to the Pacific Film and Television Commission in it's current budget? Alas! Nobody knows! But ScreenHub had a very amusing time trying to find out.
A local teen musical prodigy has won the prestigious Symphony Australia Young Performers Award for pianists after going head-to-head with some of Australia’s finest pianists at the Perth Concert Hall.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: The forecourt of St George’s Cathedral will be transformed by a $500,000 billowing metal sculpture after WA artists Marcus Canning and Christian de Vietri won an international search for a public artwork inspired by the legend of St George and the Dragon.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: Nine young talents are looking to rev up Sydney theatre.
In 1984, Clive James interviewed Roman Polanski over lunch in a Paris Passages of an interview with Roman Polanski in Paris bookend Marina Zenovich’s revealing documentary on Polanski’s life, and in particular his arrest in 1977 for having sex with 13-year-old Samantha Gailey Geimer.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: PLENTY of people walk and cycle along the banks of the Cooks River but Greg Shapley is one of the few brave or foolish enough to climb into the filthy water.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The star of Company B's acclaimed play Ruben Guthrie has hit out at the decision to replace four of the original cast members.
ABC ONLINE: Nearly 40 years after its first screening, classic Australian film Wake In Fright has been painstakingly restored and re-released for a new generation.
ABC ONLINE: The National Portrait Gallery's new Vanity Fair exhibition is attracting stronger than expected visitor numbers.
ABC ONLINE: Sony Entertainment Australia boss Denis Handlin will receive the 2009 Ted Albert Award for outstanding services to Australian music at this month's APRA Awards.
Whore deals with the familiar theme of an ingénue abroad, in this case twenty-something, Australian expat Sara (Rhiannon Owen), alone and broke in London.
Steven Soderbergh takes on a big myth in this two-parter on the later years of Che Guevara - in film 'Che' part of the Sydney Film Festival.
Rupert Friend playing 'Chéri' - in the film by the same name, part of the Sydney Film Festival - the indulged son of a Paris madam - is thoroughly unlikeable.
Andrew Lancaster, as director of this Australia-meets-America family drama, turns in a stunning effort in his debut feature 'Accidents Happen' - part of the Sydney Film Festival.
Alone in the spotlight, dressed in a white tunic and jeans and armed only with an acoustic guitar, Harry James Angus was very different from how you might have seen him in his bands The Cat Empire and Jackson Jackson.
Donna Williams, from New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, heads the Multicultural Audience Development Initiative which is recognised as one of America’s leading audience building programs.
Established Cairns-based artist Joey Laifoo has accessed the new Indigenous Entrepreneurs Program funded by National Australia Bank (NAB) to develop and expand his lino and batik printing business, a move he hopes will inspire younger Torres Strait artists to find their way and make their mark on the artistic world.
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