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Amiel Courtin Wilson’s mother knew Jack from her travels through Melbourne theatre circles and she suggested that her documentary-maker son get in contact with him. It was the beginning of a seven yea
Surely the National Indigenous Television Network is bullet proof? No politician is going to wreck its access to free to air audiences? It is just possible that a Canadian Pension Fund is pressing th
Who better to cover the screening of 'Wake in Fright' in the town where it was originally made, than ScreenHub's foreign correspondent, Annie OHanlon?
Dancing with the Stars tapped into 1.357m homes, and waltzed into (one two three) fourth place.
Arts Culture and Heritage Minister Christopher Finlayson announced today three new appointments, including a new chair, to the board of the New Zealand Film Commission.
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas beat Harry and his Bucket Full of Dinosaurs.
Start with a children's film festival, end with the 'Giffoni Experience', with the US40m 'Giffoni Multimedia Valley', which aims to go into production. With buds in 54 countries, including Australia.
TVNZ has changed its lead advertising agency. Digital upstart claims the high ground.
Arts Minister Peter Garrett announces $350,000 in funding for local Indigenous arts projects.
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has been heartened by the unanimous support of the board of the Authors Guild in the USA for the maintenance of the current restrictions on the parallel importation of books into Australia.
COURIER MAIL: A multi-media work for the Brisbane Festival by filmmaker Peter Greenaway offers possible glimpse into future of cinema.
DACEHOUSE and Panorama Dance Festival present: Panorama Dance Festival Residency Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: After 22 years, hundreds of productions and working with thousands of young actors, Tony Howes, the doyen of WA’s premier youth theatre company, is calling it quits.
THE AUSTRALIAN: ARTHUR Roe collects art. He started pursuing his passion in earnest about nine years ago and now has a vast collection featuring some of Australia's finest abstract and indigenous artists.
THE AUSTRALIAN: A SYMBOL of the generational change that has taken place at Sydney Theatre Company under the co-directorship of Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton is the formation of the Residents, a nine-member ensemble of young, enthusiastic, but relatively unknown actors.
The Australian Ballet’s mid-year break heralds exciting announcements.
An average of just 187,000 TV viewers in Australia watched live last night as Mark Webber clinched his maiden Formula One victory and Australia’s first in 28 years.
MuMBRELLA: Both Nine and Ten have claimed victories as the TV ratings year reaches its halfway point.
MuMBRELLA: series of ads by a camper van hire company – including one urging customers to “snog an aboriginal” have fallen foul of Australia’s Advertising Standards Board.
AUSSIE THEATRE: Regulatory Reform Minister Joe Tripodi today called on actors, musicians, models, dancers and other performers in NSW to have their say in an important industry review.
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