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International press attention for a short film is rare enough, but a new Australian short has caught the eye of America’s pop culture network MTV and attracted a fervour of media interest –
Nominations for the 2009 ASTRA Awards for excellence in subscription television were announced today...
Trackdown Scoring Stage, Australia's world-class orchestral scoring stage, has achieved another success with director Alex Proyas' “Knowing” opening at No.1 at the US Box Office.
Not a Flicker but a bold, steady beam as the travelling fest arrives in Melbourne before finally packing the duds and getting ready to mount Flickerfest 2010.
SBS Managing Director Shaun Brown today announced the SBS Foundation would support 23 national and regional charities with $2 million worth of television airtime in 2009.
After our entertaining Pitching event Mar 10 Metro Screen is proud to announce that the following people have been funded through the Network Production Grants.
Coinciding with its 25th anniversary, one of Australia’s largest post-production companies Frame Set & Match has re-branded as FSM and restructured using a multi-boutique approach.
Furthering their continued growth and expansion, Oktobor, the renowned visual effects and animation studio today announced that award winning international Flame artist Katrina Salicrup has joined the
At the 2009 ASTRA Conference in Sydney yesterday, an audience of 500 heard from an array of leaders of the subscription television industry globally about how the business is key to delivering value t
Founded in 1969 under the auspices of ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media), Metro is Australia’s oldest continuously published film and media magazine. This year, it turns 40.
Top Gear continues to race to number one with an average of 931,000 viewers last week, according to figures from OzTAM.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has renewed the Community Television broadcasting licence held by Television Sydney (TVS) Limited.
The line-up of new Beyond titles includes drama, factual, travel, science and documentary programs. It is a Game in the Dirt, and may seem Impossible, but reps are not Spoiled Rotten - they have been
A night out at the movies is given new meaning at SHORTS Outback where films are shown under the desert stars in the middle of the Flinders Ranges and accompanied by fine regional food prepared by a c
SBS is proud to announce that Canada’s Knowledge Channel and New Zealand’s Maori Television have acquired the landmark documentary series, First Australians.
The 7th Pacific International Documentary Film Festival will take place in Papeete, Tahiti, from 26 to 31 january, 2010. Entries have been open for some weeks now and will close on October 1st, 2009.
Running studio generated, web distributed, multicam TV through ArtStart.
After a bumper year of local screen production in 2008, the scene is set for an exciting showdown between award nominees at the upcoming WA Screen Awards to be held at the Octagon Theatre on Saturday
The Burning Season, a documentary by award winning Australian filmmaker, Cathy Henkel, will compete in the ‘World Documentary Feature Competition’ at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.
Katherine Glass and Greg Martin are the two recipients of the 2009 Indigenous Media Internship to study filmmaking at the Film & Television Institute WA (FTI), as announced by the Hon. John Day MLA, M
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