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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.
Film Production Support (FPS) are proud to announce opening their new operation. FPS bring Avid and Final Cut Pro edit suite rentals to the Sydney post and film markets at a fraction of traditional hi
For the steely eyed executives of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE), X|Media|Lab is not supposed to be a gripe-fest in a small country. It is supposed to grow the competitiveness of the country
Matchbox Pictures has secured the rights to produce a television adaptation of Christos Tsiolkas’ novel, The Slap.
Imira Entertainment has secured more (yes, more) new broadcast, home entertainment and merchandising deals for Jonathan Shiff's H20: Just Add Water and The Elephant Princess in the Iberian markets.
Icon Films are please to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 10 double passes to see Disgrace, starring John Malkovich and Jessica Haines, based on the Booker Prize winning novel by J
Sessions from Clermont-Ferrand, Interfilm in Berlin, a Mexican showcase.. sixteen screenings of a hundred short films.. forums and discussions…. Yes, it is time once again for the St Kilda Film
Principal photography for The Volcano, written and directed by Taika Waititi, has wrapped in beautiful Waihau Bay and post production is now underway in Auckland.
Global Creatures, the Melbourne-based company behind the hugely successful Walking With Dinosaurs arena show, is now working with DreamWorks Animation on an arena spectacular for the March, 2010 film
Top Gear Australia at 622,000, 507,000 for Eurovision finale; no word on how many viewers saw both.
Wailing and screaming spread around the Fox lot today as the Coventry Telegraph revealed that the trailer for the finished film is on the net. Apparently that $150m production is a cruel hoax.
3D specialist, VFX Supervisor and Animation Director Scotty Wilcox is joining FSM in June, after 12 years running VFX and animation company Safety in Numbers and Fire Horse. He will head up VFX_3D.
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.
Everyone can be creative (it's a scientific fact that we all have within us the ability to be creative, imaginative and innovative), it's just that it comes more naturally to some, while for others it is a bit more of a cerebral, conscious thing.
Contrary to most career paths, finding work within the arts industry does not often occur through conventional job-finding methods.
Whenever I have been involved in community consultations about cultural development, facilities feature as a very popular topic. Whatever the particular needs of a community are, it seems that either building new facilities or revamping existing ones appear high on the list of ways to address them.
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