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The Screenwriters' Conference, soon to decorate the balmy Barossa nights with erudite snark and polysyllabic questions, is going for feistiness this time around.
The New South Wales government released the long awaited report of its Creative Industries Review. Two years and huge commitment from the industry later – it contains a single recommendation: t
The South Pacific Stock Exchange has de-listed Yaqara Group Ltd, which was founded by Australian entrepreneurs Mark Falzon, Jim McKnoulty, Maurice Greenberg in 1998 to build state of art movie studio.
This is the first installment of a new monthly column in Screenhub; Australians in Film Reports from Tinseltown by the LA based non-profit.
List and bios: the next generation cometh.
Sixteen from six hundred - while a few newcomers hang in, the field is dominated as usual by experience and connections, which is the point of the competition really.
Antony I. Ginnane analyses the world wide theatrical performance of Australia; compares its release and results in selected foreign territories and the US to Happy Feet and tells us what it all means.
Fresh out of the inaugural Short, Sweet+Cabaret festival, Tom Dickins returns to The Butterfly Club with a new show, Where Was I, incorporating his acclaimed short piece, Cab of Rage
Opponents say a provision to qualify new projects for an immediate 50% write-off is unnecessary and cite January's box-office haul of $1.03 billion.
As Ford's Theatre emerges from an 18-month, multimillion-dollar renovation and prepares to formally reopen its doors in honor of Abraham Lincoln's bicentennial, theater officials can relax knowing they will have soon dodged what could have been the historic building's fourth disaster.
While most other street or graffiti artists concentrate on adding their own imagery, illegally, to parts of the subway system, Poster Boy, a kind of anti-consumerist Zorro with a razor blade, a sense of humor and a talent for collage, has made his outlaw presence known all over the city by cutting and pasting the images that are already there in the form of ads.
There was no flashy choreography as grim-faced Broadway industry leaders pleaded bluntly and plainly with New York legislative budget writers on Tuesday to reject Gov. David A. Paterson’s proposed tax on theater tickets, which would raise prices about 8 percent.
A Degas sculpture last night fetched a record 13.3 million pounds ($19.2 million), while other high- value works were rejected.
The Dallas Public Library has launched a new program called the StreetSmart Express that lets people check out popular books and DVDs for $5 each. Other items can still be checked out by Dallas residents at no cost.
L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art, which last week eliminated 20% of its paid staff to cut costs, is now faced with finding replacements for some of its highest-profile board members.
Ayckbourn's trilogy set for Circle in the Square.
A world traveler with ambitious plans, eclectic taste.
Daniel Barenboim, the Argentinian-born conductor, called Tuesday for a new 'Marshall plan' under German leadership to rebuild the smashed infrastructure of the Gaza Strip.
Executives of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday announced a plan to provide free, confidential advice to struggling nonprofit arts groups throughout the United States.
A Plymouth man allegedly assaulted members of the Russian National Ballet Theater at the Doubletree Guest Suites in downtown Minneapolis.
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