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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
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
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
Australia has been included in the seven semifinalis nominees for the Academy Awards' visual effects statuette. Which means it gets to enter a very strange process.
Scott Wright co-founded visual and physical theatre company ERTH in Ballarat in 1990. The successful company is now housed in Sydney’s newest contemporary arts development, CarriageWorks. Their latest work, premiering at Sydney Festival before touring to Perth, is an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s children’s book, The Nargun and The Stars, featuring puppets, live actors, and digital animation.
Shooting Star Picture Company subsidiary CinemaLive has confirmed a deal with UK exhibitor VUE Cinemas to take their live coverage of The Wiggles content on to 40 screens. CinemaLive is a wholly-owned
Virginia Trioli gets to stay, but Joe O’Brien will replace Barrie Cassidy as co-host ABC News Breakfast on ABC2 in 2009 – possibly one of the fastest turn-arounds in the history of television, with th
Both Anthony Lucas’ My Rabbit Hoppy and Dennis Tupicoff’s Chainsaw have been selected for the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, along with Ren? Hernandez’ The Ground Beneath and Sean Kruck’s Summ
Not what you would call an overwhelmingly successful Oscar noms list for Australian screen people. But the craft awards have their usual sprinkle of familiar names.
The Australian International Documentary Conference is putting out the first detailed announcement for the 2009 program. Now filmmakers rushing towards the earlybird deadlines (Dec 22nd), know why the
We are sure she is used to these puns. Caterina De Nave is taking over the position effectively vacant since Sue Masters left - Executive Producer, Drama and Comedy.
From out of the fog of hope and fear, the industry watches the face of Screen Australia gradually condensing on the windscreen of the truck called life. 'Hands off the wiper button!' screamed Jack...
Cats are ubiquitous. Christmas is celebrated around the world. Japan is on planet Earth. We have a wonderful gift, just for you.
NSW FTO has announced a total of $890,000 in funding to support six projects, five of which are for television, while the overpaid, overfunded and over here mob at Film Vic chuck $1.3 million of inves
Screen Producers Association of Australia executive director Geoff Brown says that he expects this week’s submissions to Screen Australia on the draft terms of trade to be “just the beginn
The AWG is not so thrilled about the terms of trade proposals from Screen Australia, just as it starts to act on the children's television sore point.
Screen Australia has announced the outcome of its December board meeting. These are the people getting the presents, but there does seem to be a plague of teenage dancing girls – and some of th
What really happened to Australian releases here and overseas during 2008? Pay attention, because Antony I. Ginnane has all the joy and horror in one fabulous list.
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