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The High Court has a very interesting ruling that many creative people in wonderful relationships with their ever-assiduous agents will consider to be a piece of poetic justice. Sadly, it only works f
Metro Screen's Mobile Project gets national coverage for remote endeavour.
Greater Union Filmpalast (GUF), operator of the Cinestar circuit in Germany and a subsidiary of Australia's Amalgamated Holdings, has partnered with RealD for its 3D cinema roll out. It is apparently
Annie OHanlon took Ted Kotcheff and Antony Buckley for coffee to find out if it is actually possible to get a cross word out of the pair of them. Not with this project, you can't. They are too delight
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has approved new regional and remote television licenses for Western Australia, both of which will be operated by joint ventures between the incumbent
As heralded in ScreenHub last week the New Zealand Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage has finally announced the terms of reference (TOR) for the much awaited review of the NZ Film Commission and
The Asbury Park Film Initiative's Second Annual AP Surf Film Festival has chosen Richard Keddie's (producer) very odd documentary Musica Surfica to close the festival.
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The Fine Living Network has licensed Canadian series Mr Friday (13 x 30') from Beyond Distribution, which launched the series recently at MIPTV. The series is produced by Toronto's Temple Street Pro
ABC TV has confirmed that it "is currently in negotiation with Southern Star Entertainment to create a 3D animated series of Bananas in Pyjamas." "All creative and conceptual work" will be done in Au
Pirate Bay, which is the largest enabler of copyright violation on the net through its BitTorrent service, has been fighting back against attempts to burn it to the waterline. It is becoming increasin
Harper Lee’s 'To Kill a Mockingbird' stands as one of the great classics of American literature – a tower against which all other novels exploring social justice themes are measured.
Any survivor of playgroup politics will enjoy 'God of Carnage', a hilarious exposé of parents behaving far worse than their children over a playground altercation.
Zephyr Quartet – Awakenings: The Meeting Hall - If everyone could wake everyday to music as tranquil & beautiful as this life would be a lot more peaceful.
Film Camp are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of ten double passes to Bastardy, a documentary about actor and cat burglar Jack Charles, directed by Amiel Courtin-Wilson.
ABC director of TV Kim Dalton has given himself three years to get the level of Australian originated content on its new children’s channel ABC3 to the 50% is has long projected.
Many thanks to Michael Bourchier for alerting us to the scam which is AK European Investments Group or European Investments Off Shore Holding Company. They are offering film investments.
Staff of the Pacific Film and Television Commission were told today that Maureen Barron is to be the new Chief Executive Officer of the troubled agency. Initial response to the appointment from the Q
Slava’s Snowshow is about to return to Australia. This famous Russian clown has been a theatrical hit globally since the early nineties when Slava Polunin arrived at the Edinburgh Festival and made it his own. The production has now been seen by over two million people worldwide, and not only is it a huge hit with audiences, but the critics love it too.
Last month, for the first time in 20 years, theatre practitioners from across the country descended on Melbourne to explore the future of Australia’s theatre sector.
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