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Sydney Openair Cinema is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to 'Not Quite Hollywood' on 10th February.
Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
The Optus One80project is yet another competition which offers the opportunity to create “approximately 60 minutes of multi-platform content, to be comprised of 3-5 minute segments”, for w
Responding to the tit-for-tat remarks between SPAA and SPADA, respected veteran New Zealander Tim Thorpe, who has a head for numbers, decides to wax pithy on the Australian stance.
A long time ago, Bruce Beresford was sent the script for the first Rambo film but he turned down the chance to direct it. He felt that the script was very American and was worried about messing up the
$9.99, the Israel-Australia animated co-production originated by Australian producer Emile Sherman, came close to victory at The Annies, which are the industry version of the Oscars.
The Film Critics Circle of Australia manages to plough on even though its resources (to put it politely) are miniscule. The ommission of the non-feature doc category from the press release inspires us
The Australian Cinematographers Society was founded in 1958 – with the dream of owning their own clubhouse in Sydney. After fifty years of careful saving and investment – they were about to buy. And
Screen Australia has announced a review into Marketing Support and Promotion, and Research and Statistics. Almost exhausted by an endless series of fast-motion consultation japes, the sector needs to
Here's a find in itself: the European archives have created a collective site to display their favourite bits of history. In which George Lucas is revealed as a sordid plagiarist!
Joost den Hartog, the director of the Australian International Documentary Conference, is bubbling with delight over the latest program.
PassmoreLab in the US, working with Spike & Mike, has converted Anthony Lucas' short film Slim Pickings into the first-ever clay animation 3-D film. "Who did that?" the animator asked.
Unavailable as an illegal download until last week, Baz Luhrmann's Australia has become the first local movie to make the pirate top ten – debuting in second spot behind Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, a
Haydn Keenan has put out one of the strangest and most enticing requests we have ever encountered on ScreenHub. He may even be looking for you.
Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn finally started filming on January 26, with Steven Spielberg directing, and producing alongside Peter Jackson and Kathleen Kennedy.
Artist Luke Jerram has brought his installation, Play Me, I'm Yours, to Sydney as part of the festival. 30 pianos have been placed around the city, sitting there, waiting – begging – passers by to play them. And people are loving it.
With 21 dead people, 17 general sport supporters, four advocates in the area of hearing impairment, two television people and one from the film sector, it is fair to say we have not promoted our heroe
Canadian research has shown that the likely link between television and childhood obesity is – distraction while eating! Boys eating while watching television over-ate their calories by 22%, because
'The Last Ride', from Glendyn Ivin and produced by Nicholas Cole and Antonia' Barnard, has been quietly building a fine internet presence. Barnard, has been quietly building a fine internet presence.
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