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Last year’s winners of the annual JOHN JAMESON PRODUCTIONS Short Screenplay Competition are being feted at festivals around the world. [It is fair to say that filmmakers are pretty happy with Ja
Captain Abu Raed - part of the Arab Film Festival - is an impressive debut feature from its’ Jordanian born, American trained director and writer - Amin Matalqa.
Susannah Fullerton: Author - 'All my work is concerned with dead writers, mostly British ones.'
The company is a group of 14 to 25 year old regional based performers in the Bega Valley in NSW who often come to the company with some or little training in dance or gymnastics.
IDENTITYTHEORY.COM: Grandpa bought the place for cheap back in the sixties, a Communist blessing. Grandpa did good for high-ranking Reds.
VIETNAM NEWS: Farmers created Dong Ho traditional wood block prints in the past to express their lives and dreams.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Munich. The opening of the Brandhorst Museum was marked by a three-day festival featuring such degrees of ceremony and ritual that one might have been forgiven for thinking that a visiting head of state was somewhere in the vicinity.
THE ARTS NEWSPAPERS: The $2.5m Museum of the Good Samaritan houses mosaics and antiquities at a Christian pilgrimage site
THE KOREAN TIMES: Chamber music here, like in other parts of the world, remains an acquired taste, and there are very few sizeable events exclusively devoted to it that can even begin to match those in Europe.
THE TELEGRAM: Music Polaris nominee brings theatre show to Holy Heart Friday.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: THE painter Terry Winters first came upon James Ensor’s “Tribulations of Saint Anthony” in the mid-1960s as a teenage art student wandering through the Museum of Modern Art.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: In the 1970s and ’80s, chances were good that anyone traveling the New York subways rode at least once in a car emblazoned with “Iz the Wiz.”
ALARAB ONLINE: More than 20 years after their cinemas were shuttered by the eruption of the first intifada, Palestinians in the battered West Bank town of Nablus can finally go back to the movies.
ALARAB ONLINE: Entitled "Contemporary Art in the Middle East", the book is published by renowned London-based publishing house, black dog publishing as part of their ARTWORLD series.
THE AUSTRALIAN: OPERA Australia has named Lyndon Terracini, the chief executive of Major Brisbane Festivals, as its new artistic director.
THE AGE: CRAFT is as unlikely an area as you could possibly think of to be radically transformed by telecommunications.
THE AGE: This week, the 1000th edition of Fred Negro's cartoon Pub Strip appears in the Inpress street paper, and it's a milestone few could have predicted. Patrick Donovan reports.
THE AGE: Australian award winning rock band Wolfmother has broken up, citing long-standing personal and musical differences.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: THE director of Little Fish is talking big fish. On a rainy day in Rose Bay, he's discussing dangling a line from the tinnie he shares with an actor friend. Just recently, they landed a huge flathead.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: RAMPANT movie piracy is costing the Australian film industry more than $233 million a year and affects at least 50,000 workers.
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