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The New South Wales Film and Television Office has joined the undeclared war between the states, as agencies revise their terms of trade to offer producers incentives to work in their particular patch
Los Angeles and Melbourne based international sales agent and executive producer IFM World Releasing (founded by Antony I. Ginnane and Ann Lyons) and Filmways Multi Media (founded by Robert F. Ward) t
Pacific Film and Television Commission chair Jim Soorley has acknowledged past mistakes by the agency, and a history of poor relations with its own industry, but told ScreenHub that "the walls are dow
Releasing some details of its program, SFF wants its constituency to pony up for tickets now, before the rush. Some advice from us: it might be a good idea..
Used to the special robotising gas which is sprayed on Logies presenters, and to the inherent self respect which inhibits AFI personalities, we declined the opportunity to attend the presentation of t
While the Liberals savage arts funding in WA, the Revelation Perth International Film Festival manages to extract more money, in a push to become a national player.
Andrew beat Eddie on the first night of the pre-news ratings war.
Luna Cinemas & Footprint Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers in Perth the chance to win one of ten double passes to a preview screening of Samson and Delilah, followed by an 'In Conversat
LIVERPOOL’S Lord Mayor is taking on the likes of Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh to become a major player in the music business.
The Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation prize offers artists a unique opportunity to gain an insight into Japan’s visual art sector.
Justine Sless loves surfaces. She adores and adorns them, and woe betides the rogue crumbs that dare get in the way of her trusty yellow sponge. She makes trips to Aldi to stock up on her favourite sponges, soaking up the atmosphere as she peruses the shelves. Her children and husband are relegated to playing bit-parts in the soap opera of the ongoing war on clutter.
Shown at the Northcote Town h
Feast yourself to a ravenous romp of comedic carnage performed to perfection by two extremely talented New Zealand actors. Tantalising the audience with deliciously tempting culinary references and chocolate-laden props, the latest Flaxworks production playing during the Melbourne Comedy Festival is an outrageous binge of humour, mystery and spontaneity condensed into a thoroughly entertaining 80
Not to be confused with Not Without My Daughter, comedy circuit veteran James De Leo’s latest show, Not Without My Porter, is primarily about etiquette. Currently showing at the Alley Bar in ACDC Lane, ABC regular and satirist extraordinaire James De Leo delivers a punchy, intellectually-stimulating routine that brings the audience back to a time when people had manners. If you’ve ev
Hungry? Live Flavour dishes up Daniel Oldaker as the French boxing chef who cooks up a dessert of bouncing oranges, dangling carrots and a fortune-telling watermelon. Currently being served at the Trades Hall, laughs will fly as Oldaker tosses around such disparate objects as spaghetti strings, celery stalks and a virus-infected fork. Oldaker’s kitchen hysterics are 45 minutes of pure, roll
The Disney production John Carter of Mars will be filming in Texas, not South Australia, despite a recent locations recce. While keeping the Martian kangaroos out of shot might have been the reason,
Shirley Billing in Mr & Mrs Crapp - part of the Melbourne Interantional Comedy Festival - about as funny as putting your hand in a blender, and then...
Friday evening at Port Melbourne’s Gasworks Theatre saw not one but two seasoned Melbourne Comedy Festival Performer’s doing what they do best - in a show titled 'Lickety Split'.
As the lead performer and co-writer of Return Sudanese which is part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Akoch is a natural entertainer – he exudes confidence, is relaxed and laid back.
Dan Brader’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival debut with Commercially Viable Comedian (Comes with free chicken parma and a pot!) professes to reject ‘hack comedic techniques’.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's A Bl**dy Brief History of Swearing is one man's attempt to discover why a handful of words in the English language still has the power to shock, offend and amuse in equal measure.
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