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Kim Dalton, Head of ABC Television, has delivered his keynote speech, and we have the complete text. With the new Independent Commissioning Production Fund, this may be the most important industry spe
James Spertus, the director of US Piracy Operations for the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) will lead a discussion and presentation entitled 'Movie Piracy and You' at the 2005 South by So
If you haven’t heard the word around town about the fabulously named MONA FOMA, don’t worry you will before the beginning of next year.
The world’s top female photographer interprets Italian style in seven photographs featuring some of the women that best represent Italian culture.
If your dream is to one day see your name in the credits of a film or TV series, then don’t miss the chance to capitalise on the arrival into Adelaide next February of some of the biggest names in the screenwriting business from around the world.
Nominations have been announced for the Sydney Theatre Awards for 2008, which will be presented at a gala ceremony on Monday January 19 2009 at 6pm at the Paddington RSL.
The next big names in Australian art have been discovered through the Wilson HTM National Art Prize – an emerging art prize established to acknowledge the difficulties faced by artists in terms of national and international recognition for achievement.
Although I have seen the original High School Musical movie (yes, I can admit it), I was somewhat unprepared for the masses of squealing devoted children flooding into the theatre for the opening night of this stage adaptation.
Two reproduction prints of works by renowned watercolour artist Albert Namatjira were discovered stolen from the Araluen Arts Centre Monday 15 December 2008.
Organisers of Sydney’s newest celebration, Smart Light Sydney, have called upon artists from around Australia and the region to deliver creative and smart light and sound installations.
Just as eagerly anticipated, but to slightly less hype than the Guns N’ Roses Chinese Democracy, Metallica’s latest studio offering Death Magnetic was released in Australia earlier this spring.
The Australian Ballet will announce that Christopher Knoblanche will be appointed Chairman of the Board on Friday 12 December.
Win the chance to be the exclusive HP Live Reporter for the Big Day Out 2009 tour.
Screen Australia today announced the appointment of Martha Coleman as Head of Development and Ross Matthews as Senior Investment Manager – Features, Television, Animation.
The Minister for the Arts, the Hon Peter Garrett AM, has announced that funding for 5 projects totalling $68,290 will go to regional, rural and remote communities across Victoria.
“It’s been fourteen years of silence, it’s been fourteen years of pain” since Guns N’ Roses released a studio album.
The winners of Short & Sweet 2008 were announced on Saturday night at the Fairfax Studio at the Arts Centre.
The Moran Arts Foundation invites artists to submit portraits in competition for the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize 2009 - Australia's richest portrait prize.
TELL YOUR STORY in three minutes to win one of three Network Production Grants, providing screen makers equipment and facilities hire to the total value of $7,500.
Country Arts WA’s Regional Arts Development Panel recently approved $99,060 to be injected into annual arts programs in regional Western Australia in 2009.
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