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ZDF Enterprises and Nickelodeon have signed a deal for tween live action series, The Elephant Princess (26x30) from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions. Nickelodeon channels across Europe, including the U.K
Taffy Entertainment has signed a worldwide—except Australia, New Zealand, China and parts of Southeast Asia—distribution deal with SLR Productions for the animated comedy series GASP. The series is p
Screen Australia has appointed Chris Oliver as Senior Manager, State and Industry Partnerships. He will assist the agency in working more closely with the state screen agencies and screen practitioners throughout the country.
Every community has pride in its heritage and it is the work of tireless volunteers and staff in regional museums that preserve our past for future generations.
Since opening its doors in 2001, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) has been committed not only to providing professional contemporary circus training, but also working at a grassroots level by taking circus to the community.
THE Melbourne Recital Centre's second week of operations has been devoted to contemporary chamber music and to the centre's first ensemble in residence, the Arditti Quartet.
JEAN Battersby, the inaugural chief executive of the Australia Council, has been remembered as a pioneering figure who in the 1970s made the government's new arts funding agency into a "glorious salon".
Late '80s sensation Toni Childs is on the comeback trail.
The National Gallery of Australia has paid nearly $1.1million for a daring pastel of a woman on a bidet by one of the world's greatest artists.
Respected actor Frank Gallacher has passed away at the age of 65.
BRISBANE youth circus company Flipside is creating a Storm in a Teacup at this year's Adelaide Fringe.
In response to the global economic crisis, James R. Houghton, chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, posted a letter on the institution’s Web site on Friday announcing that the Met had decided to close 15 of its satellite shops around the country.
In part, this wave of intellectualism is a reflection of the fact that tourist business is down. This is theater for the hometown audience, which tends to be attracted to more- sophisticated fare. But it’s also simple recession economics.
The two animal heads -- a rabbit and a rat -- were severed from a water fountain at Beijing’s Imperial Summer Palace when British and French troops plundered and burned the palace in October 1860.
The Pet Shop Boys are working on a ballet featuring "electronics and strings" to be staged at Sadler's Wells, Neil Tennant has revealed.
After pulling out of the Dubai literature festival last week, Margaret Atwood is now hoping to take part in a debate on censorship to be hosted at the festival via video link-up.
Police are to guard tonight's Vienna premiere of a controversial stage comedy inspired by the saga of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian man who imprisoned and abused his daughter, after protests and appeals for it to be banned.
Archaeologists believe hundreds more wrecks beneath the eastern Mediterranean may contain treasures, but a new law opening Greece's coastline to scuba diving has experts worried that priceless artifacts could disappear into the hands of treasure hunters.
For 25 years, all salaries at Company B have been equal - and everybody's happy.
Previous attempts by Schwarzenegger to secure such credits have been torpedoed by lawmakers who viewed them as a handout to Hollywood. But those arguments weakened amid mounting evidence that other states were poaching jobs from Southern California.
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