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The Film & Television Institute (FTI) is looking for great community stories and passionate future filmmakers for the 2009 MAKING MOVIES ROADSHOW.
Swinburne University School of Film & TV is offering its best students for job placement in the industry as part of their degree in Film & Television. In the past Swinburne have successfully placed ou
The Ballad of Betty & Joe, a little silent comedy, is doco director Martha Ansara’s first short drama. Martha is beginning to realise that, unlike documentaries, short films have no predictable
Top Gear, RocKwiz and Tribe head the SBS most-watched program list for week 10, according to figures from OzTAM
The Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) has announced the five Territory feature films, and three interstate feature film projects that will be developed through IGNITE, a new initiative aimed at nu
MOVIE EXTRA is delighted to announce filming will commence on a new satirical comedy series, The Jesters, today in Sydney.
SBS and The Stenmark Organisation today announced the Sydney and Melbourne television and online sales functions will move in-house at SBS effective from 1 July 2009.
As the local film fests abound, Melbourne's Bayside Film Festival takes inspiration from the primal depths of Port Phillip Bay to generate a pretty good opportunity for emerging filmmakers. Including
Chris O’Mara, one of the three founding partners of Freehand Productions alongside Peter Abbott and John Gregory has decided to leave the company after five years.
An outgrowth of Tropfest provides some real money for short shorts. Victory this year goes to Steve Baker, (though we can't work out what he actually got from winning, as opposed to the $40,000 to mak
SBS and The Stenmark Organisation confirmed today the two organisations are discussing the possibility of SBS bringing more of its advertising sales activity in-house.
This is the release which explains the SA Film Lab, prefigured last week at the National Screenwriters' Conference.
The team at New Zealand based special effects company Weta Workshop have recently completed work on creating a fully functional Mermaid tail for Auckland woman Nadya Vessey, who is a double leg ampute
Are you an emerging television show producer looking to perfect your pitch? Then the 2009 ASTRA conference can help you
The 2009 BigPond? Adelaide Film Festival (BAFF) is delighted to announce TREELESS MOUNTAIN by So-yong Kim as the winner of the NATUZZI International Award for Best Feature Film.
ABC Managing Director Mark Scott today announced ABC journalist Eleanor Hall as the winner of the 2009 Donald McDonald ABC Scholarship to the Reuters Institute of Oxford.
With an average audience of 1.03 million viewers, Top Gear’s Vietnam Special saw the perennially popular series break the magic million mark for the third time this year, according to figures fr
Digital Pictures has announced the appointment of Nicola Gaddes in the newly created role of Digital Cinema Production Manager with responsibility for managing the Company’s recently launched Digital
SBS is excited to announce that maverick director George Gittoes’ most recent documentary feature, The Miscreants, will be among its featured offerings at MIPTV 2009.
Be My Brother – Best film Tropfest 09
Dry Water: The Making of – Best film TropJr 09
Metro Screen is proud that the top honours for both Tropfest and TropJr were awarded to Metro Screen a
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