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After three months as CEO of Screen Australia, Ruth Harley faced seasoned English producer and journalist, Steve Hewlett, who had prowled the conference in search of pertinent questions. It was a key
Arts NT welcomes Kieren Sanderson as Arts Development Officer located in the Alice Springs office at the Araluen Cultural Precinct.
Arts Tasmania and arts@work would like to invite artists, artist run initiatives, curators and arts organisations to submit applications for the 2009 Exhibition Program at 146 arts.
The Arts Development program provides flexible, project based funding to Victoria's independent professional artists and arts organisations.
Full CD-quality copies of every song on U2's upcoming album, No Line On The Horizon, have been leaked on to the web after Universal Music Australia accidentally put it up for sale on its online music store two weeks early.
DECADES after he first documented remote Australia with a 16-millimetre camera, West Australian Malcolm Douglas still can't resist its lure.
FILM festival openings are usually about red carpet opportunities and plugs for sponsors.
Brisbane will soon be home to a "cousin" of a Melbourne music icon that is sure to rock the city's live music scene.
Elizabeth Grinston is to be first General Counsel for Screen Australia. She comes from Gilbert + Tobin (a law firm) which is good, because for one heart-stopping moment we confused it with Tobin Brot
One almost feels sorry for post-production houses. Too often filmmakers come to them too late in the process, too late in their thinking, and too late in their budget. Plus, the best post companies
Invigorated by digital technology and interested exhibitors, the long form documentary is The Form That Will Not Die. For the best of reasons: all documentary makers secretly want to make them. This s
Megan Doneman's feature-length documentary Yes Madam, Sir, about India's first female police officer, has picked up a couple of awards and a lot more distribution deals.
Film Australia refugee Mark Hamlyn has a new home and a new job, in the newly-created position, Head of Specialist Factual Television at high end documentary producer ScreenWorld.
In simmering summer, when most of the industry are on holidays, determined filmmakers on low budgets venture out to make the most of the lull in production. Bookings are easier to get, discounts are e
EDNA, the Emerging Doco-makers Network of Australia, is a new version of an old challenge – to support filmmakers. How does it fit with the lessons of the documentary community's own history?
Imagine trying to pitch a documentary that was going to take five or seven years to cover the story. In an age where productions need to get done and out there as fast as possible, that kind of timef
The glory may be on the teev, but the money comes from teachers, at least if the policy settings allow it to happen. And filmmakers are smart about the needs of the education sector.
Moderated by Trevor Graham, Rachel Perkins and Roshelle Oshlack revisited the long, torturous journey to a documentary classic - a journey which would have been worth an observational doucmentary in i
Violinist Irvine Arditti has been at the helm of his eponymous string quartet for three and a half decades, and it is the subtlety and strength of his restrained leadership that anchors the ensemble.
'Havana Rakatan' has a veneer of a ‘regular’ Cuban music variety shows, but once it is stripped away, it reveals a beautifully innovatively choreographed and thoroughly modern Cuban dance extravaganza.
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