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...It’s tight. Wake later than ideal and have to pack suitcase, shave legs, pay for new business cards, pick up reheeled boots and borrow travel iron from Greta before getting to Gare de Lyon.'
Attendance is down 30%, the Screen Producers Association of Australia delegation is taking cold showers (thanks to French plumbing, rather than penance over their excesses), US studio presence is down
Odin's Eye Entertainment is pleased to announce that CRUSH, a supernatural thriller created and written by John Soto and co-directed by John Soto and Jeff Gerritsen with Deidre Kitcher as Producer, ha
Veteran Australian actor Charles 'Bud' Tingwell has died aged 86, bringing to an end an amazing career that included acting for film, television and stage, working in Australia, the UK, and the USA, a
Vincent O'Donnell gave a tribute at Bud Tingwell's eightieth birthday. While it is now in a way its own piece of history, we think it provides a domestic flavour which allows us to glimpse the person
Nine's night though Seven takes the news, with a dreary moment for Ten. Still, it is Thursday.
Armed with 'Thank God', Seven pips Nine, with 'Spicks and Specks' on 1.3m..
Samson & Delilah is choofing along like a train possessed, with $302,275 off all of 12 screens so far, giving it an average of $20,897 per screen.
The Nine Network and Southern Star announced today the new 13-part drama series RESCUE Special Ops is currently in production.
Get your tickets fast. SFF is getting good mainstream publicity and the program is much shorter.
A recent flood of announcements from Magna Systems and Engineering made ScreenHub sit up. Omnilab's Playroom broadcast centre; automation at Phoenix TV in Hong Kong; an intercom system for Parliament
FOXTEL discovers its artistic yearnings by sponsoring an award for Australian-produced documentaries, which brings out titles that we have anticipated for years.
ABC Television boss Kim Dalton is adamant that the new money for children's content and adult drama will go to the independent production sector, and that it will be shared around. There'll be no pil
Is there a future for the feature doc? OZDOCS + AFTRS + ADG, with Metroscreen and the Sydney Film School in support, presents a panel on the topic.
Check out the weekly updated blog entries from the team at Chunky Move working with Stephanie Lake to choreograph and teach a work for one hundred people - none of them dancers!
3MBS is a community radio station known to many as a bastion of classical music. And according to Program Manager Owen McKern the key to their success is simple – just keep playing more classical music.
The 2009-2010 federal budget released on Tuesday May 12 includes a $62.3 million boost to the arts and cultural sector.
ArtsHub recently met with Melbourne-based artist Brodie Ellis to speak about her work and practice. Ellis’ work is currently featured in the New09 exhibition at ACCA.
Recently, The Age published an article about the latest incarnation of the craft movement in which was hinted a schism between the current wave of makers – those interested in aspects of “kitsch and creativity” – and the “craft traditionalists”. It was all pretty delicately handled and I was left thirsting for further discussion of the issues, and a more robust discussion at that.
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