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OPEN CHANNEL, Victoria's screen development association supported by Screen Australia, runs a three day workshop on Set Protocols and Screen Safety Basics for new crew or film school graduates seeking
In our column from the LA-based Australians in Film, outgoing president Susie Dobson tries for an overview before plunging back into the delights of her own American PR agency.
Share 85m2 studio with 3 others in Hardware Lane in Melbourne CBD.
music copyright organisations representing Australian and New Zealand songwriters and their publishers – and RightsFlow, a provider of bulk mechanical licensing and royalty services, announced t
Kudos to Bryan Mason and Sophie Hyde for an award at the US International Film and Video Festival, which showcases corporate, educational, documentary and student productions.
Potential Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 10 double passes to Noodle, a film about a flight attendant and an abandoned Chinese boy. Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaid
Looks like Gordon jumped out of the frying pan and into Hell's Kitchen while no-one was watching.
Economic gloom is not dimming the light of the ninth Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
At Sunday’s Australian Dance Awards the elegant and diminutive (New Zealand-born) Lucette Aldous (who was trained in Brisbane and Sydney) was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award.
xPablo Larrain's Tony Manero nearly joined David Bowie in the small library of films I have walked out of.
When ancient Rome set a priority to send the navy to Egypt to bring dazzlingly white sand for the Coliseum arena, rather than wheat to make bread, historians identified a first presage of imminent decay. This anecdote of the decline of the Roman Empire might seem a stretch but the “Blockbuster” art exhibition – at face value a seemingly modern hybrid of art and entertainment spectacle – has been d
Perth Theatre Company and His majesty's Theatre present EQUUS by Sir Peter Shaffer.
Chris Scherer wanted to become an Opera singer, snow board instructor and a vet when he grew up.
When Richard James Allen gave up on becoming President of the united States when he realised he wasn't born in the U.S.
CORRIERE DELLA SERA: Twenty-three-year-old Miriam will soon graduate with arts degree. Her professor says: “She’s an outstanding student, but who knows when she’ll graduate”.
Censorship is an ever-present hot-button topic, and in the past 12 months the debate has become increasingly visible - from the situation around Bill Henson’s work to Labour’s proposed Internet filter, a huge amount of media space has been devoted to the issues around censorship, classification, and what constitutes inappropriate material.
THE KOREA TIMES: Poetry may seem a little irrelevant to a fast-changing and materialistic society. But Korean-American poet Choi Yearn-hong based in Washington strongly believes that writing about events happening around us relieves pain and produces comfort.
THE KOREA TIMES: The first statue of the Future Buddha, which dates back to the Unified Silla Kingdom period (668-935), has been found, according to a prominent Buddhism art professor Thursday.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: The 40th edition of Art Basel sees a return to more understated works.
'Three Sisters' - playing at Chapel off Chapel - by highly acclaimed and influential playwright Anton Chekov presents with an enormous amount of promise.
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