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Run for the first time, two years in the planning, looking a lot like SPAA, the 'Produced By' conference even has a similar size. Given that it was held in LA, a city awash with producers, and glitter
Who does the Producers Guild of America think are the 25 most important digital visionaries of 2009? Here goes...
Ten wins the Sunday night race again, but Seven's not far behind.
ADELAIDE CREW is now taking bookings for key crew. If you are looking to shoot in SA give Julie a call on 0418 804798 or email - email@example.com for the latest crew list and information.
Carla Zampatti-Spender, Cliff Green, Ian Leslie, Graham Bradley, Neil Inall and Tom Warne.. do we wonder why Carla Z-S needed to be cited for her value to "women as a role model and mentor"?
Hopscotch Films has been cheerfully making post-Cannes sales for Jane Campion and Jan Chapman’s Bright Star, which has reportedly now sold most territories world wide.
Australian/French co-production project The Tree has secured acclaimed French actress Charlotte Gainsbourgh (The Science of Sleep, Lemming), its executive producer Rosemary Blight announced today.
Ovation TV, "the only US television channel dedicated to the arts and contemporary culture", has licensed World Wide Entertainment's documentary special Heath Ledger: A Tribute for inclusion in a week
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has published its principles for electronic program guides, and declared its willingness to step in and regulate if starting times are not accurate.
Wizards clearly have their own version of the Sydney Film Festival. Mugglenet was buzzing with news and (a detailed description) of a sneak preview of the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trail
Off The Fence has sold the NHNZ doc Awesome Pawsome to UK TV's rebranded Eden. It follows the adventures of six tigers living on an artificial island on the Gold Coast. Not to be confused with I'm A
''The Gate of Heavenly Peace'' is probably the definitive film about the Tiananmen Square massacre, twenty years ago. But the recent legal harassment of the filmmakers is a salutary story of justice g
Screen Tasmania is busting out with initiatives of the cerebral kind, which are helping to claim attention on the national stage.
The NSW Premier's media munchkins have put out a press release about the government's role in securing 'Underbelly 3'. There are some numbers associated with this.
Not much fun for the ABC as Nine beats Seven who both have healthy figures.
As the elephantine US studios stomp new paths in the Post global economic crisis jungle, the small mammals have felt the ground tremble. But there may be rich pickings for nimble paws, as Rachael Turk
Channel 4, Red Rebel Films and Southern Star Factual won the television documentary and docudrama category at the Amnesty International Media Awards for Dispatches: Saving Africa's Witch Children.
Companies from Tasmania and the ACT are among those shortlisted for a new category at this year’s Australian Dance Awards.
If you’ve ever wanted to slap Big Bird, were convinced Bert was gay, or have ever just been pissed off with life, Avenue Q - playing at the Comedy Theatre - is for you.
Rachid ambles onto the stage to a pulse of distorted guitars, heavy drum backbeat peppered with darabukka and duf percussion, a wash of samples worthy of a Cairo string orchestra and the heart wrenching riffs of a master mandolute (oud) player.
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