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From Allen & Unwin published writer Gary Bertwistle, who let us all in on how to get our mojo back, ArtsHub has some more sage advice on the art of whole brain thinking...
With no holiday this year for Anzac Day, workers across the nation have the opportunity to relive the first day of the battle on their computers, courtesy of the ABC.
Eleanor Hogan, an Alice Springs writer, went to the local premiere of 'Samson & Delilah', at a magic, troubled night under the stars. It was a moment of truth for the film.
December Films, now shooting the docudrama, 'The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley' on the West Coast of Victoria, have been mocked savagely by the Geelong Advertiser, and the producers are outrag
Behind the hoopla of professional and general members' votes, the AFI system depends on juries. The call for applicants has gone out and the AFI is staring hopefully at all their means of communicatio
JG Ballard, the finest dystopian novelist of the twentieth century, a man whose destiny was set by the advancing Japanese army in 1942, and chiselled on the floor of an empty swimming pool in a high r
The Australian live action comedy Sit Down, Shut Up was sold as a format to Fox, to be made into an animated series by the team behind Arrested Development showrunner Mitch Hurwitz and The Simpsons wr
After a tough four years that saw the state’s production levels flag, it’s all systems go for New South Wales film industry after yesterday’s announcement that big-budget Hollywood f
Producers work out a string of application dates, schedule work around them, and motor forwards on the highway of hope. Now the engineers behind the Scroz Enterprise Program have dug a huge hole in th
Producer, director, academic and former Pacific Film and Television Commission employee Bruce Redman takes a stroll down Bitter Memory Lane. The phrase "burn his effigy" is involved.
New South Wales Premier Nathan Rees has confirmed the rumour that Hollywood film Green Lantern will be shot in New South Wales.
The Pacific Film and Television Commission (PFTC) has issued a brief statement saying that long-serving Head of Production, Henry Tefay, "will be leaving the Commission to pursue his own projects."
Independent community bank the National Bank of California (NBCal) is taking its “remote services” to a new level with a lend offering to the Australian film industry.
Just another speech, on just another campus, but ABC Managing Director Mark Scott smiled sweetly and invited a Melbourne audience to consider the possibility of Telstra loose in the television industr
You wanna see a great beat? This is without a doubt a great beat..
Wouter Barendrecht has been a crucial player in some of the most important moments in the modern era of Australian cinema. Ashley Luke, one of his Fortissimi, meditates on the man, his role and the jo
cineFinance, the US company frequently flagged as being behind the First Australian Completion Bond Company (FACB) has announced that it will not be closing any new film completion bonds. This will n
After receiving feedback from its proposed changes, the AFI has revealed that it is going much further than we thought, and the judging process may never be the same again.
Foxy little number catches judges' eye with some neat moves in Montana.
At the end of last year, the Australia Council published a report summarising consultations on the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts key organisations.
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