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Release forms are a chore - and a source of tension for filmmakers trying to create intimacy, or extremely quick consent. But do they have to be written?
RMIT Screenwriting has earnt itself a significant place in the development of Victorian script talent. Now it has been hit with an unpleasant change in its funding system.
Oscar™ winner Michael Moore has selected an Australian comedy short “The Ball” by Metro Screen member Anny Slater to screen at his Transverse Film Festival in Michigan during July 28
For the faithful followers of alternative screen visions, the most isolated city in the world has played host to an annual event of counter-culture cinephilia.
Seven hits first place, despite Masterchef almost reaching the 2m mark. Will next year serve up Dancing with the Masterchef who's got Talent?
In one of the first cases of its kind, a defamation writ has been issued against online forum Filmnet by Jonathon Nolan (Pisces All Media) and Greg Smith (Myrmidon Enterprises). The writ was issued i
Interesting mashup of companies - Caravan, which is the Lawrence mob, have joined The FEDS, which is Michael Cook and Lizzy Nash.
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THE AUSTRALIAN: IS there anything we don't know about Rufus Wainwright? He's constantly being interviewed or singing his autobiographical songs about rehab and falling in and out of love, and his "story" is so well known that there are quite a lot of people who know much more about the man than the music.
THE AGE: YOU'D call it a carefully scripted Cruise-control moment.
NORTHERN TERRITORY NEWS: THE Big Top has been erected and the circus has arrived in town.
NORTHERN TERRITORY NEWS: A SONG which has become an Australian anthem will be immortalised in a children's book.
COURIER MAIL: IT'S Shakespeare as you have never seen it. Doors open inside the Old Queensland Museum in Brisbane to Zen Zen Zo's The Tempest to reveal a fog-filled space inhabited by a strange tableau of historical figures and curious creatures.
You either like babies, or you don't.
After a crucial meeting of Equity’s National Performers’ Committee on Friday afternoon, MEAA will issue ballots aiming at a strike in the troubled international commercials sector.
Trouble in Paradise picks up a handy 1.094, helping give Nine a win for the night.
Peter Sumner’s 10 years of writing has paid off. After unsuccessfully shopping the script around in Australia, he thought Spider Dance was dead in its web - but now it has international financing and
Animation is creeping into documentary through the front door, the back door and the floor boards. Here's another twist on the human head in mainstream history on cable.
We are treated - with 'Two Lovers' - to a artfully crafted portrait of a man's life (played by Joaquin Phoenix) where he has two choices, between what he wants and what it best for him.
Wrongtown: The Butterfly Club - On a tiny stage, with live piano accompaniment and a handful of props, it's remarkable what three talented women can do.
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