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Among the Māori Innovation Icons honoured this year, are two screen people with significant clout.
Another script based on the work of 'Whale Rider' originator, Witi Ihimaera, is heading for production, with a complicated history of support.
Popcorn Taxi is falling over itself with excitement to announce the next high profile event in what is shaping up to be a stellar tenth year. We'd like to invite you to join us for a special exclusive
MIFF held its annual launch on Monday night, with rationed programs to make the crowd feel important ahead of Friday, when tickets go on sail and millions of Melburnians can compete for the most entic
Our green screen cyclorama chroma key studio has had a facelift!
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: If the dancing on Bondi Beach yesterday was anything to go by, recent news about Indian students being attacked in Australia has not ruined this country's attractiveness as a Bollywood film location.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: ROYAL ASCOT winner Scenic Blast is a dominant favourite to add Friday's Darley July Cup at Newmarket to his King's Stand Stakes triumph.
ADELAIDE NOW: THE Ten Tenors could recite the words of I Still Call Australia Home and put a tick next to almost every lyric.
ABC ARTS ONLINE: It's 1976. Stephen M Irwin is walking home from primary school on a glorious winter's day, the sky above clear and blue.
ABC ARTS ONLINE: The New South Wales Government has conceded it is failing to protect actors, dancers and other performers from being ripped off by their managers.
PRIEGEL ONLINE: Anyone wondering why Chancellor Angela Merkel is so popular with German voters may find some answers in an unlikely place this week.
VIETNAM NEWS: HCM CITY — Five children’s bestsellers by author Nguyen Nhat Anh will be available in bookstores in late November in new comic-book form.
THE KOREAN NEWS: Looking at Colombian artist Fernando Botero's paintings and sculptures, it's easy to conclude that his subjects tend to be overweight.
THE KOREAN TIMES: Fans may still remember her as the feisty and cute Jan-di who captured the heart of F4 leader Jun-pyo in the hit drama ``Boys Over Flowers.'' But there's more to Koo Hye-sun than just acting.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Dealer Adriano Berengo, who organised “Glass Stress”, an official collateral exhibition at the 53rd Venice Biennale (until 22 November), is opening a private museum dedicated to glass this November on the island of Murano.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: An important historic house and estate in Amstenrade, a small, semi-rural village in Limburg, the most southern province of the Netherlands, is under threat from a proposed motorway cutting across the province.
KHALEEJ TIMES: It’s hard work but there’s the reward of a good life. We catch up with a few busy male models working out of Dubai and find out a bit about their lives — and their times
THE ORLANDO SENTINEL: When Thomas Thorspecken sits down to paint, he's hoping people won't notice. After all, he's usually the least obtrusive person in the room — not the one who's belly dancing, or modeling vintage clothes, or walking on stilts.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: If Richard Avedon took your picture, it meant that you were too famous to ignore or too ignorant to know he was famous.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: IT’S no secret that Wendy Williams wears a wig. Oh no, honey, she talks about it all the time on her radio show, four hours of daily gab and gossip broadcast nationally from New York.
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