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Nine stole from everyone with a State of Origin match, but Ten was seemingly least trapped in the squirrel grip.
'The Seed' - at the Perth Theatre Company - opens itself up over and over again until a silent family battle becomes an international story about finding new life amongst the rubble of old wars.
Osage County will now be remembered for being home to the Pulitzer-Tony Award winning play, August: Osage County by Tracy Letts who won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for writing the script, and one of the five 2008 Tony Awards one for Best Play.
The Challenger Hybrid Property Fund has sold the Rivoli Theatre, in Melbourne, to the Zig Inge Group for $A20.2 million. Village Roadshow will lease the Rivoli building until 2020. It is thought that
Icon Film Distribution has acquired UK and Australasian rights to AV Pictures' Edge Of Empire. In Roman-occupied Britain, a tribe of werewolves are captured and made to fight against the gladiators o
TVNZ has acquired the NBC USA show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. Possibly Kiwi celebrities are too sensible for a local version of the format. Alternatively, maybe being locked up on the Co
The government literary prizes are a rich source of unexpected lettuce for filmmakers around the country; so much so the NSW Government Literary Awards have a special section for scripts.
Magna Home Entertainment (now owned by Beyond) has done a deal with Amberwood Entertainment for RollBots with the release of the first season (26 x 3) in Australia and New Zealand due after the series
SBS has acquired the rights to Black Nation, from Swedish documentary maker Mats Hjelm, apparently they are also in talks for other Cinetech films for a world cinema programme.
Ten seems to be appealing to all generations in Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation.
The Times of India has reported that 'The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has appealed to Hindi film producers to avoid kangaroo country as a shooting destination till the current c
Check out the weekly updated blog entries from the team at Chunky Move working with Stephanie Lake to choreograph and teach a work for one hundred people - none of them dancers!
Enough already. Enough with making the Australian TV industry appear as though it were nothing more than a backyard barbeque with an annoying relative spruicking on about his K-Tel record selector in the background.
Arguments rage over impending changes at the former Victorian College of the Arts.
Strong, independent/naughty streaks lead Stormie to spray cans & graffiti in 1982.
Rhonda Burchmore always wanted to be a famous entertainer, despite a little distraction working as a school teaching to please her parents.
When Pugsley Buzzard saw the Blues Brothers film at age thirteen I wanted to be the 'hi dee ho man'.
Gillie and Marc have painted together for the past 15 years, combining their talent on the same piece of art to arrive at a single vision.
Gail Naden is an accomplished artist and graphic designer. Her work has achieved wide acclaim, with her paintings appearing in galleries throughout the Dubbo region.
Broken Hill local, Julie Hart is a renowned artist who donates a substantial number of her artworks to charities to assist in their fundraising efforts.
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