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In the fast and furious world of the internet, fine Australian online magazine has made it to fifty editions. Go 'Senses of Cinema'..
Beyond Distribution, increasingly the home of the long-run documentary series, has announced that it has licensed the fifth series of Taboo to National Geographic Channels International worldwide.
The premiere of 'Mad Men' delivered an outstanding result for SBS with an average of 410,000 viewers last Thursday 16th April, according to figures from OzTAM.
With no holiday this year for Anzac Day, workers across the nation have the opportunity to relive the first day of the battle on their computers, courtesy of the ABC.
Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls, a documentary about New Zealand's iconic yodeling lesbians, recorded the highest ever opening week box office for a documentary, on forty-eight screens, taking a total o
Eleanor Hogan, an Alice Springs writer, went to the local premiere of 'Samson & Delilah', at a magic, troubled night under the stars. It was a moment of truth for the film.
December Films, now shooting the docudrama, 'The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley' on the West Coast of Victoria, have been mocked savagely by the Geelong Advertiser, and the producers are outrag
As the shake-out at the Pacific Film and Television Commission continues, two more staff have departed. Policy and Communications Officer, Chris Lee, was made redundant on Friday; while his boss, Cor
Behind the hoopla of professional and general members' votes, the AFI system depends on juries. The call for applicants has gone out and the AFI is staring hopefully at all their means of communicatio
JG Ballard, the finest dystopian novelist of the twentieth century, a man whose destiny was set by the advancing Japanese army in 1942, and chiselled on the floor of an empty swimming pool in a high r
The Australian live action comedy Sit Down, Shut Up was sold as a format to Fox, to be made into an animated series by the team behind Arrested Development showrunner Mitch Hurwitz and The Simpsons wr
The premiere of the new Australian drama Dirt Game reaches 769,000 people.
After a tough four years that saw the state’s production levels flag, it’s all systems go for New South Wales film industry after yesterday’s announcement that big-budget Hollywood f
Producers work out a string of application dates, schedule work around them, and motor forwards on the highway of hope. Now the engineers behind the Scroz Enterprise Program have dug a huge hole in th
Of all the events at this year’s Melbourne Comedy Festival - the one I was most excited about reviewing was the Kransky Sisters’ Three Bags Full at the Melbourne Town Hall. Generally when you attend a show with so much enthusiasm you walk out slightly disappointed in some way—but I am therefore extremely happy to report that not only did this show live up to my expectations it actually surp
Having proven their material at the Melbourne Fringe Festival in 2008, actors Katrina Mroz and Hayley Butcher bring their exciting and energetic production to the studios of St Martins Arts Centre. Their show Re…Tale is prescribed to anyone who ‘has worked in retail or been harassed by those who do’ and works to provide an amusing insight into the vacuous world of commercial image and sales
The lady who greeted the patrons upon arrival at Northcote Town Hall for the evening’s performance of Coming Soon…The End, was delightful. She worked diligently behind the Box Office, was insightful, courteous and most hospitable. She mentioned that she was the mother of the producer and she made the ticketing transaction a brilliant experience.
My mission was to review the The Gigalees Crazy Circus Show show at the Trades Hall New Ballroom for the Melbourne Comedy Festival. Would I look out of place if I didn’t have any kids there with me?
La Mama is celebrating the 103rd Birthday of the great Irish writer, dramatist and poet, Samuel Beckett. Born in Dublin in 1906, Beckett's Waiting for Godot offers a bleak outlook on human culture and is considered to be one of the first postmodernists and key writers in the group of playwrights known as "Theatre of the Absurd."
Currently showing at the Roxanne Parlour Room, the Al Pitcher Picture Show Tour has already garnered popular acclaim in its first leg across England and was named ‘The Best Show’ at the Leicester Comedy Festival this year. The concept is simple; take a digital camera out in a suburb of the city in which you are touring, document your observations, and use this as material for the night’s sh
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