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One really big screen – and 2% of the national box office for The Dark Knight. IMAX just ain't the idiot child it used to be!
On Monday, the Screen Actors Guild started a round of internal talks to work out whether to put the strike option to members. Thirty hours of dealing later...
First we take Sundance, then we take Berlin.... the Coombs Elliot combo have made to the Berlin Film Festival as well, like 'Black Balloon' last year.
The six recipients of the $10,000 development or completion tranche from ScreenACT for the second round in 2008 have been announced.
Harvie is Chairman of Austereo Group Limited since 1997, is on the board of Village Roadshow, and is now on the Council of the Australian National Maritime Museum. Bringing 'extensive experience in me
Frederic Boyer, a member of the Selection Committee for Quinzaine des Realisateurs (Directors' Fortnight), will be visiting Australia in February, to view new Australian feature films for possible sel
The path across the great divide between Radio and TV is actually surprisingly short (often less than a season) fraught with danger and lined with people eager to draw blood.
The NSW Film and Television Office (FTO) has re-focussed Aurora, its intensive professional script development program, and is calling for applications for the new 2009 intake. For the first time the
The NSW Film and Television Office has stirred the post-holiday torpor with the decision to open up Aurora, its now venerable project development program, to any team from any state. Equally importan
Australian box office takings have recovered from their recent slump and are up 6% in 2008 to $946 million, according to the Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia. The number even beat
'Valkyrie' and 'The Lost Boys' in one single week.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft has secured the conviction of Leslie Flood on copyright offences. The 43 year-old was caught with 5,000 illegally copied movies and television shows,
Fancy your stills skills along with the moving stuff? Bored with taking wonderful production stills that go nowhere? Console yourself with a competition..
How can a dramatised retread of a real-life story whose outcome is as fixed as the sinking of the Titanic circumvent the expectations of audience know-alls to arrive as one of the most surprising films of the year?
West Australian agency Screenwest has been having a review, and is now set to break the 1980s consensus that all government money in film and television should be investment, rather than grants. They
Flickerfest – Australia’s premier international short film festival – will launch its 18th annual festival at the much-anticipated, star-studded Opening Night & After Party at Bondi Pavilion on Friday
The Northern Territory Government is calling for applications for the inaugural Bob Plasto Screen Fellowship.
Icon Film Distribution has Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire. They released it on 33 screens on December 18, and are now using bricks of cash as doorstops and paperweights. Unfortunately, the introd
Waltz with Bashir is an animated documentary about memory and the way it can be suppressed to protect a person from the pain of the past.
Australia and UK-NZ copro Dean Spanley are both on the long list for the 2009 British Academy of Film and Television Awards - with the actors missing out again. The Australia visual effects team will
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