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One really big screen – and 2% of the national box office for The Dark Knight. IMAX just ain't the idiot child it used to be!
On Monday, the Screen Actors Guild started a round of internal talks to work out whether to put the strike option to members. Thirty hours of dealing later...
There were three superhero movies in the top ten: Dark Knight, Iron Man and Hancock; four animated films: Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar 2 and Horton Hears a Who, but only one chick flick Sex and t
The Nine Network reckons that their coverage of last night's TWENTY20 cricket match attracted a peak of 2.682 million viewers, and averaged 2.160 million, winning every demographic in the process.
Geelong-based factual producer World Wide Entertainment has announced that it will list on the ASX from January 19, joining Beyond International as one of Australia's tiny number of listed production
First we take Sundance, then we take Berlin.... the Coombs Elliot combo have made to the Berlin Film Festival as well, like 'Black Balloon' last year.
The six recipients of the $10,000 development or completion tranche from ScreenACT for the second round in 2008 have been announced.
Hailed as the most ambitious American play of our time, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America – Part One: Millennium Approaches is a magnificent celebration of survival.
Year 12 AIM High student Danielle Meng selected as lead singer for parade just two years after starting singing.
Continuing his professional sabbatical from his once beloved Big Apple, cinema’s busiest septuagenarian, Allen Konigsberg (that’s Woody Allen to you and I) delivers a zesty and picturesque summer diversion with the surprisingly fiery Spanish postcard, Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
How can a dramatised retread of a real-life story whose outcome is as fixed as the sinking of the Titanic circumvent the expectations of audience know-alls to arrive as one of the most surprising films of the year?
The Witches, running at the New Theatre until 24 January, is based on the much-loved children’s novel of the same name, written by Roald Dahl.
Deckchair is pleased to announce the appointment of Gayle Cargill as General Manager from February 2009.
Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Birth of the bard Robbie Burns!
The State Government is calling for applications for funding of significant arts and cultural events in Western Australia in 2009.
Australia Council support will help five contemporary music managers break into international markets.
Sydney Festival burst into life on Saturday 10 January 2009 with a mass celebration all over the city, including Cat Empire and Grace Jones centre stage.
AFTRS Director of Radio Steve Ahern will leave the Australian Film Television and Radio School this month after 11 years with the organisation.
Dan Clancey’s surprising and hilarious Permanently Engaged was the Judge’s Choice as the winner of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 Week 0 at Newtown Theatre and becomes the first play to be invited to participate in the Gala Final of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 at the Seymour centre on February 20th and 21st.
The cream of South Australia's queer artists are set to converge on Melbourne this month as part of Midsumma - Victoria's premiere queer arts and cultural festival.
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