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Here is the complete program for screen-maker oriented talky stuff, as sent to us by the festival. Sandy George, Julie Rigg, Garry Maddox, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz do some of the honours.
The finalist screening and awards night was attended by a capacity audience who enjoyed a screening of the top 10 finalist films and after party.
Gabrielle Oldaker is the new Theatrical Marketing Manager for Madman, whose company is utterly unlike that straitjacketed, malevolently staring logo.
Madman Entertainment and its new-ish , Theatrical Distribution Manager, James Hewison, went to Cannes to shop. Chanel was only one of the brands they picked up for theatrical, DVD and television.
NZ on Air Music Manager and champion of the New Zealand music video Brendan Smyth was recognised alongside a range of kiwi music video makers including Chris Knox, Jonathan King and Stuart Page, by th
The Challenger Hybrid Property Fund has sold the Rivoli Theatre, in Melbourne, to the Zig Inge Group for $A20.2 million. Village Roadshow will lease the Rivoli building until 2020. It is thought that
THE ART NEWSPAPER: One of the more surprising decisions of the 53rd Venice Biennale has been the selection of Liam Gillick, an English artist based in London and New York, to occupy the German pavilion.
ILLUSION SCENE 360: The first part was a process of research and development. Creating countless drawings, computer renderings, and three dimensional models to find the desired structural frame work for this new physical typographic language.
THE PORTUGAL NEWS ONLINE: A surprised João Salaviza has won the Cannes Film Festival’s coveted Golden Palm award for his maiden short-subject film ‘Arena’.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: The artist and founder of Kid Serve Youth Murals, a nonprofit that teams with Bay Area teachers to turn classroom work into artwork, answered an ad to do a one-week workshop with students at San Francisco's Balboa High School, where they would make a mural.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Out on the sidewalk in front of the Amato Opera Theater on Sunday afternoon patrons squinted in the sunlight, some apparently greeting friends they had not seen in some time.
THE COPENHAGEN POST: Two sculptures will attempt to fill the void left by Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attraction
EITB: The 21st edition of Getxo&Blues will take place on 14th-16th June bringing, together a number of acts from both near and far.
NOVINITE: A number of concerts are scheduled form May 29 to June 4 as part of the official celebration of the Year of Bulgarian Culture in Armenia.
ALARAB ONLINE: Deeply Algerian, resolutely contemporary, “the project does not want to imitate the overriding commercial musicals or video clips; quite the contrary, the project joins a major tradition of Algerian authentic culture which is the expression of the recited or sung popular poetry, and dance”.
Bathurst has been selected as one of two locations in the state for Regional Arts Australia to consult face to face with the community on issues of national importance.
The jurors for two of the competitions that form part of the Sydney Film Festival, the 2009 Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films and the 2009 FOXTEL Australian Documentary Prize are announced today.
Polyglot and the 60,000+ children we meet each year, ask for your support. You can help us continue to ignite young imaginations, with the aim of making creativity as natural as breathing.
The 2010 Sony World Photography Awards are open for entries from, Monday 1 June 2009. With categories for both professional and amateur photographers, the Sony World Photography Awards is one of the world’s largest photographic events.
Colin Colorful and the New Imaginists are pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Anthony Fawcett, art critic and visionary to their line up of evangelists overseeing the launch of their exciting new art form, to the art community in October 2009.
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