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Peter Sumner, an Australian actor, director and writer, has sold Lola Montez, stock whip and steamy ways and all, back to the Brits to finance a film to be shot in Sydney.
We reckon this event is the secret jewel of the Melbourne International Film Festival. Two cultures collide for the purposes of mutual seduction, to create the kind of frenzied crusade which is needed
The dispute between the Pacific Film and Television Commission and Liberty Films International in the Queensland Supreme Court was adjourned for two weeks on Monday.
An innovative new video sharing website has launched in Australia today, offering cash prizes for creative clips.
Independent filmmaker Jonathan Nolan (Pisces All Media) and finance broker Greg Smith (Myrmidon Enterprises) are suing online forums Filmnet and ZGeek for defamation, claiming that a series of un-mode
Each key person in an agency changes the culture, and Screen Australia lost a few of those on June 30th. Julian Wu brought some unexpected skills to IT, and the Melbourne office.
Packed to the Rafters came in fifth despite not being broadcast in Melbourne.
Faced with a budget cut of $10m, Screen Australia is about to circulate proposals which reduce overall documentary production financing by 18%.
For 17 days, from July 17 to August 2, the Queensland Music Festival will showcase the creativity of Australian and international musicians across every imaginable genre and style, from musical theatre to new opera, rock to hip-hop, and classical to country.
'At Large' is an interesting space in that, while it certainly celebrates new and local artists, it also subverts the traditional expectations we bring with us when we enter a gallery space.
The film - Coco Avant Chanel - is a fable of sorts. Orphaned little girl, grows up, encounters hardship, falls for a boy, prevails over all obstacles and becomes a world renown star in the fashion industry… only, narrated in a touching and moving sort of manner.
When Stephen Ma, Pianist was asked, when he knew that he would grow up to be creative, he answered: When I heard Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata for the first time, I was probably 11 or 12 at the time.
Benjamin Woodroffe, General Manager of Chamber Music Australia takes a moment to speak to ArtsHub as the Asia-Pacific Chamber Music Competition commences today and runs until Sunday July 5 in Melbourne.
Just when we thought it was safe, it’s protest season. So let’s have a look at some of what’s going wrong in the art world.
ADELAIDE NOW: BEFORE Priscilla and The Boy from Oz, dancing man David Atkins' Hot Shoe Shuffle was Australia's biggest international musical theatre success, conquering London's West End, Broadway and staging several sell-out national tours.
ADELAIDE NOW: LAURYN Arnott feels as if she has just stepped out of the film Disgrace. In many ways, she has.
ABC NEWS: A museum in the United States will return a sacred Aboriginal object to Australia.
ABC NEWS: An artist has accused a gallery in Sydney's Olympic Games precinct of censoring her drawing of a naked woman.
Entries now open for Australia’s biggest prize for emerging opera singers
Entries are now open for the German-Australian Opera Grant (GAOG) 2010
Ten young and emerging artists will match up with ten established mentors through a pioneering new arts initiative, Splendid.
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