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As promised, Tina Kaufman digs even deeper into the MIFF program, runs it through her own wondrous store of knowledge, and throws in some google juice as well.
This very day, NITV is pumping out the pictures for its second anniversary, in a glow of excitement and justified pride.
Luna Cinemas would like to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 10 double passes to the special Talking Pictures Q&A Screening of Beautiful Kate on Friday 24th July @ 6.30pm at Luna Le
As widely expected, Seven has announced that 'All Saints' will go to Old Show Heaven at the end of the year. Last ep is shooting at the end of August.
A five-day intensive workshop for Indigenous youth specialising in training youths in film and media production as well as performance skills in the areas of Hip Hop, MCing and DJing.
The Pacific Film and Television Commission has appointed Meredith Garlick (The Secret of Moonacre) to the newly-created position of Executive Manager - Australian Screen Production. Moonacre trailer
There are some days when a young lad such as I should have just stayed in bed. Today was one of them. There are a number of unrelated reasons for this – the temperature outside the immediate env
Australian documentary makers have failed to carry the latest Prime Minister’s Prize for Australian History off in their swags, despite the fact that staggeringly more money is spent on a docume
Continuing a ScreenHub tradition, Tina Kaufman covers some of the pleasures of the Melbourne International Film Festival. To help our Melbourne readers with the year's toughest mental puzzle.
Rising Sun Pictures, Australia's leading visual effects company, is
excited to announce the continuation of its long standing relationship
with the makers of Harry Potter.
The combination of the Tour de France and Australia batting in the Ashes gave SBS a 14% share. This is in addition to the 47,000 who watched the Tour de France online last night, and the 52,000 the ni
In 'Ears Wide Open 2' at Hamer Hall / Arts Centre, Richard Gill is wonderful communicator, his narrative flow was uninterrupted, lucid, unpatronising, humourous and entertaining.
Disney denied all the allegations of sexual assault between 1980 and 1983, brought by a then young cameraman. The jury in the Ballarat County Court, instructed on some counts by the Judge, brought a n
There are domestic Emmies, international Emmies, daytime Emmies and HeartlandRegional Emmies. Ifyou work from home in Sydney, you can be mistaken for a resident of Denver, Colorado.
In the past 12 months magic has been steadily gaining an audience. Tim Ellis and Sue-Anne Webster produced the Melbourne Magic Festival celebrating magic in all its forms.
'Pre-Coital' is an education in the humour of sex. Thankfully, it avoids being rude, crude or even immature.
Graeme Murphy brings one of the most famous of all the grand operas - Aida: Sydney Opera House - to the stage in a creative and bold new production.
It’s a year of change for the Brisbane Festival.
A country-crossing festival of sound art, Liquid Architecture this year celebrates its 10th anniversary with performances in seven cities across Australia over four weeks.
For those who may not have followed the success of the strikingly avant garde dance company BalletLab and its notable creator and artistic director Phillip Adams, 2009 sees the team notch up ten years in the business of creating new dance works that regularly push those boundaries we didn’t even realize we had.
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