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Did someone record you and your parents at the trough? Stills would do. Circe Films wants you.
More people watch The Mormons than Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
Marc Forster made a short film for an airline. Looks great, brings a lump to your throat.. and then... don't you want to fly too?
Anyone curious to know how Tracy Grimshaw rated in her battle with Gordon Ramsay?
James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo, directed 'Every Little Step' with such deep feeling and intelligence, that they allow the audience to become somehow connected – via the moving pictures and sound - to the experiences of the dancers auditioning.
Urban Theatre Projects Board, is thrilled to announce that Michelle Kotevski has agreed to join the company as Executive Producer.
Jane Harrison’s play, Rainbow’s End, is a snapshot of Australian life in the nineteen fifties as experienced by three generations of Koori women.
Entries have opened for the third annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA).
Melbourne Fringe Festival is Australia’s most riveting showcase of vigorous, fresh and contemporary new work. This is the edge of creation -the forefront of artistic trends and ideas!
South Australia’s top award for an arts graduate – the $5,000 Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Award – will be presented to Anouvong Liensavanh at the Helpmann Academy’s Maestros & Apprentices fundraising dinner on Friday June 12 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Craft enthusiasts take note – the 2009 Transformation Scarf Festival program is now available and places in the 40 workshops being held are filling fast.
Selected artists will be given the opportunity exhibit their work at Sydney’s largest annual art fair.
Melbourne Hip Hop Team 'Phunktional Dance Co' is heading to the country with an innovative new project in the remote rural community of the Bega Valley.
Victorian arts organisations working across all artforms are invited apply for funding through Arts Victoria’s Annual Operations program.
The 2009 AUSTRALIAN DANCE AWARDS were announced in front of a full-house of Australia’s top dance creators and performers, at Melbourne’s Arts Centre, State Theatre.
Lovers of fine French films and those looking for superb cinematography combined with great acting should run to catch 'Bluebeard' - part of the Sydney Film Festival 2009 - that enthralls and captivates the senses.
‘Elling' (Darren Gilshenan) is a middle-aged mummy’s boy: prissy, fastidious, paranoid. When mummy dies, he is confined to a mental institution.
A terrific production of Steel Magnolias just opened at the Seymour Centre and touring nationally.
'Beyond Goya: version II' is another Lloyd Jones ‘happening’ full of hidden meaning, theatrical abstractions and a cast of many all interacting and literally ‘coming out of the woodwork’ all at the same time.
Moving 100 - at Federation Square - was a mass public dance event choreographed by Chunky Move choreographer Stephanie Lake and presented by The Australian Dance Awards public program.
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