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Australia's smallest pay television operator, SelecTV, is part of the WIN Corporation. Now it is peering into the future at some owned and operated channels.
Screen Australia terms of trade are out and up on the web. This is the media release. We will, of course, have more for you as soon as it is available.
Matchbox Pictures, the production company formed late last year when Tony Ayres, Helen Bowden, Penny Chapman, Michael McMahon and Helen Panckhurst got together, is looking to expand into long run tele
Mario Andreacchio, devoted proponent of family pictures, maker of 'Napoleon' and 'Elephant Tales', has now become a cinematic guinea pig.
About eighteen months ago, I put on my ScreenHub uniform and attended the last DocNZ Summit. It''s now moved to what will become its regular slot on the calendar, following close behind AIDC (in a str
One and half years in development and now,only weeks out from opening night... suffice to say that Big hART’s Tasmanian contingent - This Is Living - is wound up and ready to go. Actors and artists are on their way south from around the Country to join the 301 strong theatre company, as we kick off rehearsals in preparation for Ten Days on the Island - Tasmania’s international festiv
A cute rant from a peripatetic and conscience riddled Python, proving that he can keep a straight face without screaming at the camera or objecting to the new fangled technology.
Beyond the common adjectives - quality! groundbreaking! heartwarming! fresh! - the world's commissioning editors reveal a huge amount by their subtle contradictions and flexibility. It is all about co
One of the most interesting aspects of the Australian International Documentary Conference is getting a chance to see all kinds of documentary styles. Clips flicker on screens at almost every session
In film, the audience is years away. In television, it hides behind the ratings. In self distribution, you can chase them down, wabbit by wabbit, so they give you a tiny piece of lettuce. But at least
Low budget, privately financed, and meeting distribution prices, Crush has done well enough that its investors are up for a second film – before the first one has been released.
At the end of the production process is sound post. At the end of the contract is deliverables. When they get together, you may need a ninja and your audio heroes may spring from the shadows...
Once we had researchers and a career path in documentary. Then (let's be honest) we stopped making films that needed extensive research. Now we have the internet. When webcams get better, we will neve
In Australia, serious development of the broadband opportunity means the ABC, which can draw on the experience of other public broadcasters, aka the Beeb. Unfortunately, broadband in Australia is a bi
Just to let you know, Nikki Finke is liveblogging the Oscars and it won't be a pretty sight. Heh.
On the final day of AIDC 2009, conference director Joost den Hartog scheduled five sessions in a row about the implications of gaming for documentary makers. We detailed our youngest and strongest rep
Both the ABC and SBS were at the AIDC in force, as a palpable presence, which signalled an increased level of confidence and assumptions about leadership of the sector.
Kevin Schaff, CEO of Thought Equity Motion, provides a glimpse of the morphing world of archives, digitisation, metadata and the internet, all propelled by our collective fear of feral American lawyer
A quick introduction of the attending Commissioning Editors, Acquisition Managers, Executive Producers and other investors at the Australian International Documentary Conference in Adelaide.
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
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