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For the first time since the Whitlam budgets, the ABC has received a significant funding boost from the Federal government. SBS shares in the increase too, but it must be reeling from the blow it fear
Sally Ingleton with documentary, Debra Allinson with Ish Media, Jim Shomos with mobicides - three screen creators map the New Media landscape from different points of view.
It is easy to dazzle filmmakers with the smoke and mirrors of new media, though it helps to hide that worrying word, 'interactive' from people who just want to tell a good story. But all the fun comes
David Williams was the office boy who rose to lead Greater Union during the great expansion of exhibition and feature film investment which created the modern screen era. He was a real film buff who l
Trimbole gets half the audience of Underbelly. Does this mean that while fact is stranger than fiction, fiction is more fun?
THE NEW YORK TIMES: In January 2007 the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission received a proposal for the creation of a new South Village Historic District to protect what advocates say is an area important for its architecture and its place in the city’s heritage.
'Mary and Max' landed in the world animation market just when a whole lot of other adult animations were crashing out of the cutesy ghetto. But 'Mary and Max' faced them all down, at least in Stuttgar
Footprint Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to My Year Without Sex, written and directed by Sarah Watt (Look Both Ways).
More people watched Selling Houses Australia than Forrest Gump.
Masterchef has picked up an extra 376,000 viewers in a week.
Nine new schools, five in Rockhampton Queensland and four in Western Sydney, will participate in Opera Australia's newest education program, WotOpera.
A strong year at the box office, administrative efficiencies and a successful international tour contributed to an operating surplus of $861,020 for The Australian Ballet in 2008.
One of Australia’s leading sculptors Inge King AM and gallery director and arts educator Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Churcher AO are being honoured with two of Australia’s most prestigious visual arts awards.
Michael Gudinski AM and John Bell AO OBE announced as recipients of the prestigious JC Williamson Award.
The launch of a new Companion Card in NSW means an estimated 25,000 eligible people with severe disabilities can use the Card to take full advantage of arts and cultural events.
David J Foster and Ross Mollison were honoured with a Tony Award nomination for the 2008 Broadway season of 'Slava’s Snowshow' at the Helen Hayes Theatre.
Innovative video artist Shaun Gladwell and four of Australia’s most promising up and coming artists will be farewelled, as they set off for one of the world’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibitions – the 53rd International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia.
Valley Jazz Festival Artistic Director – Andrew Shaw – has announced the four finalists in this year’s 612 ABC Brisbane – Valley Jazz Festival Vocal Award.
A comprehensive and exciting program of art lectures and activities has been compiled for the 6th annual FEHVA Visual Arts Festival, which kicks off on Saturday, 23rd May in Bangalow.
Queensland’s premier digital content media agency Carbon is proud to announce the launch of its major new television experience.
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