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Major names, same old stuff? Not if you track the details, which Marcus Gillezeau is always determined to do. After all, the devil is in the detail - but so is the money.
In the stuff-up around his FCCA lifetime gifted wonderperson award, Richard Brennan's history was not actually mentioned. ScreenHub has remedied this heinous oversight by allowing him to speak for him
'Jerrycan', that wonderfully tense short from the julius Avery crew, has a sort of gong from the Berlin Film Festival which adds to the list of foreign triumphs for a film now also respected in Austra
870,000 people care about the man inside Dame Edna - a good figure for an ABC doc. Other than that, Nine compelled most attention with a telethon. What would an ABC fund raiser look like?
After a draft set of terms, and extensive responses from interested parties, Screen Australia seems to have stuck closely to its original position.
Village Roadshow is investing in a new film and digital processing lab for the Warner Roadshow Studio on the Gold Coast, replacing the facility that Atlab (now Deluxe) closed last year. The new facil
Who's afraid of the big bad gangsters of Middle Eastern appearance? Less than people who want to watch farmers seeking wives, it seems. Though Seven whacked Nine.
Russell James, well known in the commercials world, has been working on a large installation/documentary/photographs celebration of the Apology and Reconcilation which has turned up in New York.
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority has posted a discussion paper on its future directions, which has implications for children's television producers.
Lost has topped the television ranking of most pirated shows from television, while Body of Lies has debuted at number one among the most stolen films of the week.
Tim Thorpe, a New Zealander with strong Australian connections, is moved to write about his response to the fires... and reminds us that the last National Screenwriters' Conference was held in Marysvi
What happens if the US networks like CBS get out of Free to Air and go straight to cable? What happens if the punters give up on cable?
Here’s a ragbag of BAFTA animation awards winners which have made it onto the net, culled from films running at the 35mm festival in Moscow. For some reason it is not sponsored by Jameson.
Film composer Cezary Skubiszewski is interviewed by theatre, film and circus composer Kim Baston. Both of them have a sense of humour. And get snide about the same things. And can do muso tekkytalk..
Never shirking the mantle of ambition, The 37? South crew have done a deal with the Film London Production Finance Market, which is a doorway to the most serious dealmakers of all.
The BBC has been busily 'reforming' kids' TV - and responding to the subsequent enquiry. Which leads to some interesting questions about the future of public broadcasting.
'Packed to the Rafters' is still on top.
An award-winning audio-visual journey through the folk communities of six countries affected by the 2004 tsunami, mastered and enhanced at the EarthSync studio, India.
Anyone interested in the ratings for the Underbelly 2 premiere?
Today we REALLY need a few jokes and a little innocence.
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