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The NSW Film and Television Office (FTO) has released new guidelines for its Development programs and its Industry and Audience Development program.
Award winning visual effects and animation studio Oktobor today gave details of the three full 3D commercials it recently completed for Tiger Beer. The series of 3 ‘Winning over’ ads presented the VFX
Passion Distribution has sold Lifetime Television's dating show Matched in Manhattan to pay operator XYZ Networks (matchmaker Matt Titus giving advice and insight into the NYC dating scene) plus DietT
Foxtel has announced that pre-production has started on "an escapist and romantic new Australian drama", Spirited from producers producers John Edwards, Jacquelin Perske and Claudia Karvan.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has found that Channel Seven Brisbane Pty Ltd, the licensee of BTQ, breached the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice by failing to present
Producer, director, academic and former Pacific Film and Television Commission employee Bruce Redman takes a stroll down Bitter Memory Lane. The phrase "burn his effigy" is involved.
New South Wales Premier Nathan Rees has confirmed the rumour that Hollywood film Green Lantern will be shot in New South Wales.
The Pacific Film and Television Commission (PFTC) has issued a brief statement saying that long-serving Head of Production, Henry Tefay, "will be leaving the Commission to pursue his own projects."
Independent community bank the National Bank of California (NBCal) is taking its “remote services” to a new level with a lend offering to the Australian film industry.
Xris Reardon, is the founder and Artistic Director of Third-Way Theatre. She is also the Australian/Oceanic contact person and representative for ITO – International Theatre of the Oppressed, based in Europe.
It's Romeo and Juliet, but not as we know it. This Bellini opera - Opera Australia's I Capuleti e i Montecchi - which premiered in 1830, draws on other, earlier sources of the story of star-crossed lovers from rival factions in a bloody feud.
Yianni in Comelody showing as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is the sweet guy, who admits to things that some may not have the courage to, and the audience loved it.
An excellent poster designed housing a great caricature of Howard in Bluestone, a very cute and cosy restaurant par, Howard the Musical - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - promised a whole lot.
Maryanne Campbell’s stand-up routine - Psychiatry, A Cure for Sanity? part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - questioning the effectiveness of medical treatment for psychological disorders makes a mockery of the mental health industry.
Growing up, I had two fears—public speaking and death. It turns out, according to Beau in Dead & Deader (currently showing at Alley Bar), that these two fears are the most popular fears to have. Since then, I have come to accept that these two things are a part of life whether we like it or not. Beau puts these two fears into perspective—these three performers are facing both those fears—an
Mark Trenwith is all energy in Be My Friend, currently showing at Club F4. His show, a combination of standup and multimedia sketches, explores his decision to one day try and make a new friend. Trenwith keeps up a frenetic pace, reflecting his desperate attempts to be more friendly by any means necessary. Mark hails from Adelaide, where he is involved in the comedy stand-up circuit, as wel
At the end of last year, the Australia Council published a report summarising consultations on the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts key organisations.
As the economic situation worsens, we’re all wondering what the impact may be for the arts.
Currently showing at Melbourne Trade Hall, much has been written about Spontaneous Broadway since its original appearance in New York back in 1995. Since 2000, audiences across Australia have also had the opportunity to experience this unpredictable, unscripted ‘improv’ show. Surprisingly, this is actually the first time in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s history that this sho
Setting the Apocalypse Soon in the Old Magistrates court, with the years of actual judgments that must have been handed down within the walls, gave the general aura of the piece a lot more weight. The sky boiled grey overhead as I pulled on my black leather boots, coupled with a gas mask, 12-gauge sawn-off and pack of rad-x. I was going to go view the latest prophet of the end times. Surely
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