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More people watched As Time Goes by than WWE Smackdown!
RDF Kids, the children's programming distribution division of RDF Media, will be selling Northway Productions' tween drama Trapped (26x30'), at MIPTV. Made in Australia for Network Seven.
Adimex, a business unit of Digistor, sells technology for editing and post production. It is now venturing into the production arena by taking on the distribution rights to ikan for Australia and New
The recent Phillip Island MotoGP, with crowds of over 50,000 and watched by many thousands more on television, was a major achievement for Network TEN as it was the first time a tapeless workflow was
ABC Television has acquired the BBC's The 39 Steps, and the BBC Scotland/ITV coproduction Wuthering Heights, guaranteeing viewers some foggy viewing. Their commercial rivals have gone for lighter far
Over 1000 wine appreciating short film enthusiasts from all over the world converged on the Elliot Rocke Estate again last weekend for Mudfest, the 5th annual Mudgee International Short Film Festival.
On Tuesday, 31 March, Metro magazine is celebrating its fortieth birthday with the first Australian screening of Oscar-winning animator Adam Elliot’s feature 'Mary and Max' at the ACMI in Melbou
The Last Dragon, a China-Australia co-production with Salon, Zhejiang Hengdian Film Production and Australian AMPCO (Mario Andreacchi), will start shooting in Hengdian in June, according to head of He
Further to their continuing expansion in the Australian market, digital media migration specialists Video-8 Media today announced that they have recruited Emir Hodzic as their new Technical Systems Ma
According to the local paper, an Australian production company skipped Philly owing a cool half million dollars - and the stiffees are looking for blood.
General Session topics + Industry Professioanls for one to ones announced.
Network Ten has bought Breakthrough with Tony Robbins, the psychological studio show that follows personal guru Robbins. The show will launch later this year on NBC.
This week, Tatler magazine published its hotly anticipated -- at least by me -- list of Moscow's most-eligible expats. If you recently posed in a tuxedo, grinning cheesily, then you are probably already leafing through a copy in your penthouse.
THE HINDU: Eminent filmmaker Mrinal Sen is perturbed and unhappy. The living icon of Indian cinema had to cancel his retrospective, which was to be organised at Cannes this year.
THE DAILY STAR BEIRUT: Working in a small country, wedged into a tortured corner of a troubled region, has its pros and cons. Any Lebanese artist could tell you as much. Certainly, the psychic dislocations arising from sectarian clashes, car-bombings and cultural hybridity bred of boomerang global migration provide lots of fodder for artistic production.
TIMES: One of the perks of being a theater critic, in those dog days of the season when you find yourself struggling to sit through the latest Chekhov revival or pretentious little comedy about tightly wound New York singles, is the Broadway-musical revival.
Bacardi Express: Groove Armada, British India, Bluejuice, Lost Valentinos, Van She, Hoops DJs, Beardyman: Melbourne: Palace (Metro)
A curious figure, Graney appearing at the Butterfly Club in Dave Graney Live in Hell, has carved himself a niche as an always quirky, innovative and at times even schmaltzy singer and songwriter in Australia and Europe over the past twenty-five or so years.
A one-woman tour de force, Rose, playing at the Subiaco Arts Centre, both celebrates and laments an extraordinary life spanning the twentieth century.
IRISH TIMES:Fresh life was breathed into the controversy over nude paintings of the Taoiseach which were found hanging in two Dublin art galleries after it emerged that a Garda detective had visited the offices of a national radio station looking for emails it had received from the artist.
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