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Sales agent The Works has announced the post-Cannes sale of Australian comedy feature My Year Without Sex to Canada's Alliance Atlantis
Just to prove that Australian drama is a vital national concern, we report on a unique response to 'Dirt Game', the six part series running in the difficult 8.30 slot on the ABC.
Deluxe Australia congratulates the teams behind 'Samson & Delilah' and 'Bright Star', and is honoured to have been part of the production process.
Back in Paris, pining for glamour, and the wondrous spectacle of Australian fimmakers at their most sophisticated, Ruby Boukabou tapped out one last article for her ScreenHub admirers..
There is much to admire about the work Candide before even looking at the Malthouse’s current production Optimism.
As there seem to be announcements almost every week about a new multimillion dollar production planning to film in Australia, we thought it was time for a quick summary of some of the biggies.
In bohemian Carlton in 1975, director Bert Deling set out to make a movie about the poisonous attraction of the heroin lifestyle.
The sea gave Emma Rochester a second grace, an opportunity to rethink what it was she wanted to experience and how she wanted to live. For Emma the accident gave her a new sense of hope and vitality.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Joseph Haydn and, in keeping with the worldwide upswing in interest in his music, Geoffrey Lancaster (an internationally renowned fortepiano specialist and conductor) will present a series of concerts covering the complete cycle of Hayden’s keyboard sonatas.
Leigh Rowles is Head of Student Training at The Australian Ballet School and choreographer of Matya’s Dance which premiered in The Australian Ballet School’s performance at Hamer Hall earlier this month as part of the Arts Centre’s Morning Melodies program.
Candy B's latest offering - 'Who's that Chick?' - was in your face in the best of ways.
'George and Svetlana' saunters along a precarious tightrope of cabaret that relies more on its comedic content than its musical appeal.
No biographical play about the creator of Mary Poppins could ever follow a straight and narrow path.
Yolgnu painter and rights campaigner Gawirrin Gumana AO will be honoured with the most prestigious career achievement prize in Indigenous arts at the Australia Council for the Arts’ 2009 National Indigenous Arts Awards.
Chunky Move was announced today as recipient of an ‘Honourable Mention – Hybrid Art’ in the Prix Ars Electronica for its work Mortal Engine. The company, who entered the awards for the first time this year, are thrilled to be acknowledged for this work.
Short Sweet+Dance set to kicks up a storm in Melbourne for the first time from June 2 at the Chapel. Jazz, contemporary, lyrical and ballet styles feature with a selection of new and emerging choreographers and dance companies who are ready to take the world by storm.
The city of Ballarat is preparing to host the biggest photographic event in the Southern Hemisphere for 2009 as the Ballarat International Foto Biennale [BIFB’09], which runs from September 4 to October 4, takes centre stage at more than 75 venues across the City of Ballarat and the Hepburn Shire.
Kevin Jackson hails from Perth, and is a Soloist at the Australian Ballet and has already won the 2008 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. He has been nominated for this year’s Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer for his role in Manon (The Australian Ballet), which will be announced at the 2009 Australian Dance Awards on June 7.
Remi Wörtmeyer is a principle artist for the Australian Ballet. He has been honoured with Helpmann, Green Room and Australian Dance Award nominations and shares ballet stories at remiwortmeyer.com. Remi has been nominated for the 2009 Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer Award for Manon (The Australian Ballet).
2009 marks the 10th Anniversary of Zephyr Quartet which today comprises Belinda Gehlert and Emily Tulloch (violins), Heather Lloyd (viola) and Hilary Kleinig (cello). The ensemble has worked with some of the most dynamic artists in Australia, across a range of artistic genres – and earned a reputation for challenging some of the more conventional perceptions of string quartets with their innovativ
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