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Dominic Case, known to the technically challenged as the go-to person in Sydney for clear explanation and rational analysis, has been keeping his poise for ScreenHub at the GRFD conference. Here is hi
Canadian international documentary festival HotDocs will include the screening of two Australian documentaries, Safina Uberoi's A Good Man and Emma Franz's Intangible Asset Number 82. A Good Man will
Eyeworks has sold its gameshow format, Heads or Tails, to the Nine Network, which will produce the format in-house. The format was developed by Eyeworks' US subsidiary 3Ball Productions.
WIN Executive Vice President, today announced WIN’s significant investment into two new WIN News bulletins for regional Queensland.
Does the removal of a whole week from the Sydney Film Festival signal something ghastly in the state of the international film festivals as they appear in Australian cities? No, no, cry the insiders..
This is just a note to acknowledge and celebrate the fact that the first series of the Australian action-drama hit Rush, as seen on Channel 10 and set for DVD release through Hopscotch on July 16, has
Open to all - including the general public - WIFT Victoria has cunningly taken advantage of ACMI's latest exhibition to showcase the work of the exquisitely talented but often overlooked Australian ar
Friends of the ABC welcomes the appointment of Julianne Schultz and Michael Lynch.
Amid the news of the ALP's first board appointments to the ABC and SBS, ScreenHub asks the obvious question: who got stiffed?
XYZ in Australia and Sky Network Television in New Zealand have acquired Oz and James Drink to Britain from RDF Rights - in which Top Gear host James May drinks his way around the UK.
Marcus Gillezeau is a very happy man. The digital bit of the 'Scorched' project won the Digital Emmy for Best Fiction, awarded by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and announced
Zodiak Entertainment has announced the conclusion of an option in Australia for its music format Twist & Shout. The format is a talent show with torture - sing while bad things happen to you.
On March 11th, 2009, the government of New Zealand secretly sold TVNZ, its public broadcaster, to SBS, the Australian government owned national multicultural broadcasting network.
When will Nine announce that all other programs have been shelved so they can play Two and a Half Men 24-7?
Elbow - appearing at The Tivoli - is a lyrical mix, telling a story and reaching out with their ambient mood, created by every member of the band, multi-tasking musicians who seemed to be all ‘having a go’ to create the whole.
Metamorphosis at Theatre Royal, adapted for the stage from Franz Kafka’s now classic tale of alienation, and Lizzie’s son has just morphed into a monstrous bug.
The V Festival's, Kaiser Chiefs line up comprises of Andrew White on guitar, Peanut on Keyboards, Nick Hodgson on drums,Simon Rix on bass and the cheeky Ricky Wilson doing vocals.
Three Dog Night at the Adelaide Festival Centre, draws on the fallibility of human nature when faced with the conflict of moral obligation.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's So You Think You Can Cow is one of those post-modern comedy shows that requires you: A.) Have Balls or B.) Be willing to check them with the nearest door person and hide quivering in the far back corner of the theatre.
Steve Coogan could be considered old school in his humour, his characters are crass, sexist under-achievers who are often totally unaware of their own failings and think of themselves as superior beings.
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