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BBC Worldwide Channels Australasia calls for Australian producers for a Cbeebies series.
With the New Zealand Film Commission explaining its new deals, it was time to wheel in the expert - Tim Thorpe engages his enquiring mind.
These days, audience research at SBS means "finding out what stuff they buy". The release tells us about red wine and analgesics, but then disappoints us terribly - there is no data about that importa
To have this much fun, most people have to sell their souls to the Devil. All the Visser and Cotter families did was buy the cinema at Huskisson, a town on the NSW coast near Jervis Bay. Now life is a
The NZ Herald is making the running on this one - TVNZ will lose 8% of its staff to help deal with cuts, while the independent production sector loses business too.
International reports that Miramax's remake Don't Be Afraid of the Dark will start shooting in Australia in May are a touch premature, but Ausfilm has confirmed that one of Australia's states is pitch
According to the Herald Sun, the government will kill your television set on May 1. Lenin's ghost will have nothing to do with it, but Freeview has been smeared in a campaign straight from the 'let's
Gísli Örn Gardarsson, (Theatre Vesturport), and David Farr (Lyric Hammersmith) are bringing to Tasmania's Ten Days On The Island a darkly comic and physical production of Metamorphosis.
The People's Republic of Animation returns once more to the theme of hunted pets, though the intent here is musical rather than culinary. This time they make Nick Cave an attractive Proposition and sc
Australians in Film, the organisation for expatriate screen Australians, has created the Heath Ledger Scholarship. First recipient, actor Oliver Ackland, has been plunged into another world, as descri
Katrina Sedgwick, director of the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival, claims to run the most flexible funding in Australia, and manages to put its original, chancy films slap bang at the middle of th
Central City Studios has been doing a discreet dance with FremantleMedia, which could kibosh international productions in Victoria - or so several sources have told ScreenHub.
Footprint Films is known to push its projects very hard in the marketplace, though anyone who can prove the P&A budget for 'Romulus My Father' is probably in a shallow grave under the desert stars. Wh
TressCox Lawyers' Nic Pullen has taken on the job of dealing with the media frenzy surrounding Sam(antha) the Koala, the thickset arboreal marsupial herbivore who got herself photographed drinking out
How did the ABC plan its assault on Canberra? Foolishly, they recorded a key meeting, and some unknown editor from the independent sector has put it on YouTube. SBS denies any involvement.
NFSA's Big Screen programs carries 'Australia' to them that really appreciate it. Mildura never gives up on culture, no matter how dry it gets.
According to a well-placed source, blue chip production The Green Lantern ($US150 million) is a confirm for Sydney, while Redlands City Council has removed another stumbling block to Narnia: Voyage of
Climate documentary raises budget in tiny lots; ends up being high end dramatised moc-doc. And the website is not stupid at all.
Anyone who has seen the Bazura Project on community TV knows it is slick, intelligent, accessible and endearingly daft. Now the Australian Community Television Alliance wants to know why the Logies ar
Just when you thought it was safe to click on an industry site... the AFI has puts its proposed changes to the rules up for comment on the intertubes. Thereby surfacing the horrible problems and omiss
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