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No longer on the SFF board, veteran screen pundit Tina Kaufman is at last free to survey the program with affectionate but objective eyes. So here is part one of our annual 'SFF for Screen People' gui
The second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 attracted an audience to the tune of 414,000 last week, according to figures from OzTAM. Its strong performance continued into week 21: last n
Endlessly pursuing the new media idea-smiths for concrete stories of a stable business model, ScreenHub follows X|Media|Lab to a rolling coffee break in New Zealand. Keith Barclay chases the money and
Angels and Demons is well and truly in the lead, and Samson and Delilah is a very respectable ninth, not far behind Fast and Furious and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.
Ronin Films would like to let you know that the company’s own production, THE CHIFLEYS OF BUSBY STREET, is opening in cinemas on 21 May. (good to see the Pikes active in production as a family).
Fossil of ancient primate turned into intricate media circus, all to rebrand a bank. Where did the History Channel get the evidence? They bought it.
Sadly the V.C.A. is in the process of being reduced to a colonised annex of the University of Melbourne and without immediate action the V.C.A. as we know it will cease to exist.
'Shadow From the Sky', has picked up an Australian star, and an Australian co-producer on its way to scaring the beejesus out of airline travellers around the world.
Find out what the 2009-2010 Budget means for the arts sector. While last year’s Federal Budget mostly targeted the inner city, the 2009-2010 Budget has cast its largesse further afield, with the Indigenous arts sector one of the big winners this year.
I did a Cultural Studies and Literature double major at university, and then a Masters of Literature.
A Western Australian award acknowledging written works that display excellence in referencing and research using archives, was announced today at a special ceremony at the State Records Office.
When I was in kindergarten I wanted to be an actor and live in New York, then I just had a vague job idea that involved 'inspiring people'
When asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, Hoa Pham said: 'I wanted to be a writer amazingly enough!'
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!
When asked what what his official title is, Luke Devenish said: W. R. I. T. E. R.
Some games are just about what you do – Tetris or Guitar Hero – but a large number of games also contain stories, and as technology has improved, those stories have become increasingly complex.
Book publishing is a notoriously inexact science. In fact it’s not a science at all. It’s more a combination of whim, intuition, experience and the rather nebulous concept of “the market” and what it might, or might not, like. It’s a very unpredictable industry – but that’s also what makes it exciting to be part of.
Christopher Currie is a 25 year-old writer, Honours graduate of the Queensland University of Technology Creative Writing program, and loyal employee of Avid Reader Bookshop. His fiction has appeared in numerous journals and five published anthologies. His novella, Dearly Departed, will be published by Five Mile Press in 2007.
Kate Champion is director of Force Majeure and her work Already Elsewhere received the Australian Dance Award for outstanding performance by a company in 2005.
New Zealand-born Sue Healey studied dance in her home town of Auckland before coming to Australia in 1980 to study at the Victorian College of the Arts.
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