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What are the potential opportunities in the film industry? Which road to take after finishing film school? What kind of jobs can you hope for? What kind of approach should you have when looking for th
Techradar does the compiling to create a wonderful gang of Youtubed shorts.
Icon Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 25 double passes to see Red Cliff. Directed by John Woo, this is the most expensive Chinese film ever made.
Spicks and Specks is just as popular as Michael Jackson.
It's true, it's true, something CAN beat Masterchef!
According to Fox Sports, which calls the Tour de France, 'Other Sports', our Cadel is on the nose for the international media. The reason has to do with television.
Michael Peck’s artistic practice is concerned with the sensation of disorientation and dislocation that is often felt within the post modern world.
The latest show from Melbourne’s Circus Oz - 'Barely Contained' - serves up a dizzying banquet of clowning, juggling, slapstick and acrobatics that delights and excites in equal measure.
The Duel - playing at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts - is a unique theatrical response to a single chapter from Fyodor Dostoevsky's 1880 novel, The Brothers Karamazov – a delicate theatrical experience where events from the past linger and search for confession.
'My mother started teaching me the violin when I was 4. I didn't really enjoy the 2 hours of time it took up each day until I began winning competitions when I was in primary school.' Stated Ian Cooper - ARIA award-winning Violinist - when asked when he knew he would grow up to be a creative individual.
Peats Ridge open anticipated artist applications & release second round of discount tickets.
Invitation to present – Call for papers
Final call for entries for the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2009 and Best Writing Award 2009.
Creative industries leaders, thinkers and artists will debate some of the burning questions around the arts in Australia while launching a ground-breaking new book this week - 'Making Meaning, Making Money: Directions for the arts and cultural industries in The Creative Age'.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) today launched the first issue of its new publication, 'LUMINA, a Journal of Screen Arts and Business'.
The Northern Territory Library is calling on Territorians to share their stories and memories for an online collection called 'Territory Stories'.
Queensland Youth Orchestras (QYO) seeks 500 young musicians for 2010 program Applications for the Queensland Youth Orchestras (QYO) 2010 program are now open.
Alexander Hoda is interested in the human psyche and the forces that influence behavior, how we look at deformity, violence, ugliness and aggression and the preoccupation of society that constantly perves at the freak show on the street or on TV.
Australian Directors Guild & Melbourne International Film Festival announce new partnership.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre (Marcus Graham) is a man of pure, outstanding excellent character, catastrophically burdened by very bad luck.
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