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Want to make your head itch with visual possibilities? Swedish Jonas Odell won the Sundance category for international shorts with his animation project, 'Lies'.
The second annual 3D Entertainment summit will be held in California on September 18th-19th. Also, 3D TV will come, you will watch it, you will wonder why you ever tolerated that old fashioned stuff,
When Christian Bale went berserk at the Director of Photography on 'Terminator Salvation', the sound department somehow kept recording...
'Wipeout' scored double the audience of the 'Alan Border Medal'.
The Australian Directors' Guild popped up on Monday night with a public forum in Sydney called Grass. The guild is spearheading change on greenhouse emissions which will flow through the screen sector
Baz Luhrman's Australia has plunged from number two to number ten in the piracy top ten, as W (which has Omnilab money in it) debuts on the list at number nine – as we try to keep you informed on who
Australian horror film Prey (Top Cat Films) has been picked up by small DVD distributor Xenon Pictures (who also took Kenny), with a side deal to Lionsgate in the US, and Universal in Canada.
The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema. This completes the drama picture; documentary is still to come. The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema
The ADG is hosting the premiere of Mark Gould and Sally Ingleton's documentary, "Tibet: Murder in the Snow' in Sydney.
Lobotomies are at the forefront of my intact mind. I'm not mid-bout acute paranoia. Rather, I've been educated and duly angered by the history of lobotomy.
AN audience of almost 1000 people rose to sing Happy Birthday to Dame Elisabeth Murdoch today at the new Melbourne Recital Centre.
IF Australia is a failure, as is conventional thinking, its director Baz Luhrmann might be singing from The Producers' songbook, Where Did We Go Right? As the shonky producer, Max, sings in Mel Brooks's musical: "How could this happen? The show was lousy and long; we did everything wrong. Where did we go right?"
Angry ticketholders have hit out at organisers of yesterday's St Jerome's Laneway Festival in Melbourne's CBD, saying poor organisation and overcrowding left hundreds of frustrated fans locked out of the venue, unable to watch the bands they had paid for.
Heath Ledger's domination of the Hollywood awards season has continued with the late Australian actor honoured at the last major ceremony before next month's Oscars.
The Lajamanu region in the Northern Territory was closed for nearly a decade, but is now re-establishing itself as a thriving hub of traditional indigenous art.
THE Hopgood Theatre at Noarlunga unveiled its first season of theatre in many years last week. Under a deal struck last July between Country Arts SA and TAFE, the owner of the large, fully equipped theatre at Noarlunga Colonnades, CASA has taken over management.
ADELAIDE'S Patch Theatre has entered the world of television with its interpretations of stories by internationally-successful New Zealand children's author and illustrator Pamela Allen.
Top Gear Live looks set to become an annual event in Sydney, with NSW Events securing the exclusive rights to host the car show until 2011.
The Perth Cultural Centre would be abuzz with a vast array of musical talent on Friday when the boutique music event St Jerome’s Laneway Festival comes to Western Australia for the first time.
Britain's leading art galleries and museums, including Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert, will have to scale down their exhibition and expansion plans as recession threatens millions of pounds in business sponsorship.
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