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Film Victoria has announced $7 million in loans from its Cash Flow Facility against the Producers Offset covering seven projects – and the average loan would be…
Late last year it looked like the City of Bunbury in WA was going to stuff up a major animation deal – but intervention by the South West Regional Development Corporation will now see the deal go thro
David Michod and Angie Fiedler scored twice, along with some other ace films at the 2009 Flickerfest Awards. Flickerfest now goes to Byron Bay, Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine, Adelaide, Narrabri, Gu
Out at the Strictly Practical Unglamorous Nuts and Bolts End of the Biz, the South Australian Film Corporation has worked out a neat service to offer nationally - disbursement.
SBS has cleared a million viewers, who prefer to watch cars than drive around them on hot summer nights.
Two weeks ago, The Last Man, due to be filmed in Queensland and produced and directed by Fred Schepisi, joined as producer by Martin Brown, Warwick Young, and George Mannix, lost a crucial piece of it
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Tony Hart, whose work on TV made art accessible to children, has died aged 83.
Acclaimed in America, but British awards ignore director and star of 'Happy Go Lucky'
'Slumdog Millionaire' and countless other films could not have happened if it weren't for Channel 4's Tessa Ross.
Tributes paid to Jan Kaplicky, designer behind string of futuristic landmarks.
First it was fishing, then judo. Now the Russian premier has turned his hand to painting.
Madrid's glittering Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has been rocked by a family row between its powerful owner and her stepdaughter.
The forthcoming shows at our museums and galleries will range from the portraits of Van Dyck to the landscapes of Turner; from new medieval galleries to Picasso and the old masters; from Spain's exquisite precision to the mess of contemporaries, from the Aztecs of Mexico to the Court of Henry VIII.
From supermodel to photographer to confidante of some of the 20th century's top artists, Lee Miller remains an enigma.
A portrait by Francis Bacon could fetch up to £6 million at auction, 38 years after selling for £31,500.
The art world is plunging, along with the rest of the economy. Hooray.
The show is already the fastest selling on record, with £15 million in advance ticket sales banked before it opened last night at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, £3 million more than Dirty Dancing managed in 2006.
Composers from Schubert to Schoenberg featured under Alasdair Tait's direction of Viennese music at Royal Northern College.
There are only a few weeks left until Expressions of Interest close for Platform Youth Theatre’s 2009 paid playwriting commission.
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