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Screen Australia has dramatically reduced the ceiling on its investment in individual feature projects. What difference will this make?
As Denise Eriksen politely pointed out on Wednesday, we were too cruel to emphasise the awards for promos at the expense of SBS program plaudits. Here is even more proof..
After 21 years, Rosemary Curtis, Research and Information Manager at the Australian Film Commission (and now Screen Australia) is leaving, taking with her an encyclopaedic knowledge of Australian film
'I have known from a very early age, I started playing music when I was four, and I started composing when I was seven.'
'Music is a universal language that we can’t live without.'
'I grew up in a musical family (my father is an opera singer and my mother is a pianist, composer and Suzuki piano teacher), so it was expected that my brother and I would learn instruments.'
An Artistic Director with vision and unstoppable enthusiasm is the driving force behind the biggest classical music competition in this country Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition 1-5 July.
Putting on the biggest chamber music competition of its kind in our part of the world, the Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition 1-5 July, 2009
Had director Michael Bay - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - been around in the Middle Ages he probably would’ve made quite a living performing experimental operations on the brains of conscious patients.
La Mama for Kids is where it’s all at for the big kid inside of you, and this time around it was an ancient Sufi story called The Magic Horse that won over the hearts and minds of the children and their guardians.
When martin Smith - Cellist - was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, said "I always wanted to be a cellist and so from a very young age, I had already made up my mind to live and study in Europe."
Tobias Hengeveld's album ALL THE LINES ARE DOWN weaves a spell-binding narrative of isolation, drunken-delusion, yearning and ill-intent.
Many Hands Make Light Work on Brooklyn's Historic Facade.
The Gertrude St Projection Festival has had a fantastic response to our 2009 ' Call for Entries' which ended May 30 and they have received double the entries than last year.
'Tom the Loneliest' - playing at the La Mama Theatre - is a quirky and empowering piece of theatre that tells the story of two similar people (or parts of the same person) called ‘Tom’.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival took place from May 22 to 31 in Melbourne, and I spoke at the Town Hall on a panel entitled ‘I can say yes, but in the end it will be no’ about issues of collaboration and ownership.
Imagine waking up in the morning, you’re on location in Africa, you’re grasping your camera ready to catch that fleeting moment. You’ve been there for the last six months and you’re being paid to be there; you’re being paid to see the world.
Emma Jardine - Violinist - when asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, said: "I always loved the arts when I was a kid, until the age of 12 I wanted to be a ballet dancer."
Going to the cinema for most of us is a straightforward and enjoyable way to escape the other complexities of life.
Who will rise to the top during the Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition?
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