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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.
As Foxtel rolls out its iQ recorders, audiences seem to disappear as they timeshift away from the point of transmission. Tormented by the accuracy of other systems on the net and mobile phones, Foxtel
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
Overseas students in Australian film courses have a huge resource and inter-cultural problem. How, for instance, do you choose a documentary subject? Thabiso Maretlanweng''s solution took him all the
As a Ukrainian wins the Russian slot in the Wogan Amusement Night, Russian singers are not amused. At least Anastasia Prikhodko sang partly in Russian - her opponents bopped away in Engerlish.
Ten Days On The Island sees Worry Doll @ Willow Court bringing the drawings and text from Matt Coyle's remarkable graphic novel, Worry Doll into a walk-through dreamscape.
Documentary and feature director and producer Roderick Leonard Hay (Champions of the World) was last Friday sentenced to prison on five charges of defrauding the Commonwealth, in what is essentially a
Publishing this link may stop the Australian screen sector in its tracks. Slowly, slowly, it could grind to a halt, as writer after writer is enslaved in its labyrinthine depths. Are you brave enough
Documentary producer Roderick Leonard Hay was last Friday sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison on five charges of defrauding the Commonwealth. He received suspended sentences on three other ch
Oscorp Entertainment is a West Australian company with three telemovies and two documentaries currently in various stages of production, and an IP aggregation business model that runs from traditional
Martha Ansara reports on the Yarning Up initiative with TEABBA, the Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association. She was involved with the workshop, produced by Penny Smallacombe.
Palace Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 25 double passes to see Summer Hours, starring Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling and Jeremie Renier.
Remember that transition in '2001: A Space Odyssey' when the ape pounds the skeleton and a bone flies up and a starship appears and the music goes 'ta-DAAAAA'? Tom Redwood, a keen and well-trained stu
Deluged by emails? Nothing organised except your kitchen? Right-brain/filing-brain connection on the fritz? Help is at hand.
Chris O’Mara, one of the three founding partners of Freehand Productions along with Peter Abbott and John Gregory has decided to leave the company "consider other options". In this instance, the clic
Shaun Brown, SBS Managing Director, delivered a speech to the Australian Broadcasting Summit. It contains a lot of important information on local content arguments to government, the state of adverti
SPAA President Antony I. Ginnane has agreed to contribute an occasional diary highlighting newsworthy industry events during his term of office with an insider’s eye. This is his second diary c
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