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Application deadline is fast approaching. You have till April 9 to send in your project for possible production with Metro Screen.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Hypnolarious by PiP Comic Illusionist, had all the promise of a great night.
Lydia De Carllo - our model for Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School, at the Butterfly Blub - created lovely and interesting poses for us, very much in the pin-up style of the 50’s, and she looked the part.
The Australian Grand Prix is launching a new entertainment package, ‘Friday Night Overdrive’ to kick-start the Grand Prix weekend early.
As a queer artist of colour, I gravitate towards and actively seek other queer artists of colour. This is not easy as - mediums of representation such as film, television and theatre still reflect a monocultural heterosexual society.
In Queensland now head of the Pacific Film and Television Commission,
Robin James, has been suspended amid an investigation into allegations
he took his jazz singer wife on an unauthorised taxpayer-funded trip to
the Cannes Film Festival last year and other matters.
There was a feeling that The Swallow-Tailed Coat playing at the Blue Room Theatre, was the kind of creative flourish that happens when you take an idea and amplify it with other artists you know and trust, then build another idea on top of that...and push that again to extremes.
Melbourne's erratic weather through the organizers of FedFest a curve ball and the festival had to move undercover in the Atrium of Federation Square.
The Other Side a film by celebrated Portuguese director Luis Filipe Rocha which has its Australian debut tonight at Melbourne’s Australian Centre Of Moving Images(ACMI) as part of the current Melbourne Queer Film Festival is a beautifully realised exploration of love, loss and the power of redemption.
Suddenly featured in the Somerville Film Festival this year, is a rather beautifully made film where the music is revelatory.
In Anatomy a trio of documentaries for the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, each episode of the trilogy, authored by a different director, showcases the work of three of Australia’s talented new generation of documentary filmmakers and will be on view at Melbourne’s celebrated ‘Australian Centre of Moving Images’ (ACMI)
Cake by Kathryn Ash playing at the Jute Theatre, neatly mixes singing, dancing, poetry and drama into a frenetic, lively comedy that never takes itself too seriously and sweetly presents quintessential Queensland Country ladies.
A draft strategic framework for the future of the Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) has now been developed and is open for public comment until Thursday 9 April 2009.
The Board of Yirra Yaakin Aboriginal Corporation have announced Kyle Morrison as the new Artistic Director of Yirra Yaakin.
The Australian Script Centre will celebrate its 30th anniversary with the launch of a national poll to find the Best Loved Australian Play in association with ABC Radio National.
Metro Screen announces winners of the Network Production Grants.
In its short life the Calibre Prize has fast become the country’s premier essay prize, as well as one of the most lucrative essay prizes in the world.
The Northern Territory Library is joining Global Libraries’ representatives from Botswana, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Romania, the Ukraine and Vietnam in a Peer Learning Meeting held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Mexico.
According to the Australian Society of Authors, the charge to overturn the parallel importation provisions of Australia’s Copyright Act has been led by bookseller Dymocks.
Maggie Blinco is a delight as Mag in The Beauty Queen of Leenane playing at the Downstairs Theatre, bringing a sense of whimsy and humour to an ultimately devious, domineering old woman.
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