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Exploring the indy scene with no less than 28 features, Dungog continues to establish a unique place in the Australian screening calendar.
One of Australia’s largest post-production companies, FSM, has been awarded a Bronze Clio for outstanding animation in this year’s international Clio Awards.
How were the two Antipodean entries received at their first outings on the international stage?
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
Melbourne based clay animator Darcy Prendergast is into the Annecy Festival
International Du Film d’Animation for the second time, with his five minute short News!. Ron the Zookeeper was select
FOXTEL today announced its iQ and iQ2 subscribers can now order scheduled FOXTEL Box Office movies via the phone and also online, without the need to have a working home phone line return path connect
Screen Australia has appointed Michael Gordon-Smith to the key new position of Manager, Strategy and Research, while Nick Coyle moves from Ausfilm to become the man in charge of what's right and what'
The Spanish Film Festival are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win a double pass to tomorrow night's screening of A War in Hollywood.
America's Next Top Model beats Eastenders.
Sydney’s Community Television station, TVS, today appealed to the Prime Minister for help in reaching an early resolution of the channel’s urgent need for digital simulcasting.
Castle debuts in 14th place, Masterchef and Homemade remain steady, and SBS reaches a healthy 9.9
UK sales agent Intandem Film has acquired the worldwide sales rights to Bill Leimbach's Australian war action film Beneath Hill 60. Due to start shooting in Townsville from July-September, Paramount
It seems improbable - a five country co-production deal driven by a Singapore company with no Significant Track Record, armed with the live action rights to an elderly Japanese anime film. Ruby Boukab
When in doubt for a low budget movie, do a zombie film. Doesn't matter if your mates can't act, and everyone wants to be in it. But this one, the cheapest of all if you believe the hype, seems to have
The ABC: It is hoped a national museum conference being held in Newcastle will provide innovative techniques which can be incorporated into the new Regional Museum.
The Age: VOLTAIRE famously stood up against everything and Candide is the great satirical expression of his war against a naive optimism. In this respect it represents the comical face of the Enlightenment at war with itself.
Last year the Australian film industry lost one of its legendary figures – actor-producer Michael Pate. Yesterday, sadly, we lost another: actor, director, producer Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell.
Ruby TV, aided and abetted by the form-filling blandishments of ScreenHub, is up and covering Cannes. First stop, the Scroz party.
In Tom Cho’s Look Who’s Morphing, the collection of short fictions play with pop-cultural narratives in a world where realities and identities are transitory, liminal and fluid.
A Dream Play - playing at the Trades Hall - is a story about a girl with a desire to learn, experience and ‘live’ what people ‘live’.
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