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Still hunting the money, Keith Barclay endures a blizzard of ideas at X|Media|Lab's Big Adventure in New Zealand to discover at least one key fact: Venture capitalists are not your friend. In the way
The ABC has gone shopping au naturale at BBC Worldwide, and come back with a bag full of live animals and drama.
Lou, the new feature from writer/director Belinda Chayko, started filming at Murwillumbah on the New South Wales north coast today. The film has John Hurt (Elephant Man in a lead role.
With 'Samson & Delilah' on a roll, spare a thought for Screen Australia's Indigenous Branch, which has been living the journey of hope, disappointment and suprised triumph remotely from Sydney.
Peter Sheehan is one of the core group of production designers holding an open meeting in Sydney to kick-start a Guild. Like the writers, directors, editors, cinematographers, musicians.. (etc), they
New Zealand short film The Six Dollar Fifty Man has been awarded the Special Distinction in the Short Film Competition of the 62nd Festival De Cannes in France today.
Samson & Delilah won the Camera D'Or for Best Debut Film at the Cannes Film Festival, which is a triumph for the team, and Indigenous filmmaking. Sadly, Jane Campion's Bright Star took nothing but the
THE COURIER MAIL: SLAVA and Leonard Grigoryan, accomplished musicians and brothers, might have been a guitar and trumpet duo had fate taken a different turn.
THE COURIER MAIL: THE play opens with 13 naked footballers behaving like animals in their changing room, but this is not its most shocking element.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: The demise of the Australian Opera Studio in Midland last year opened the door to the creation of a new arts and culture hub in Perth’s north-eastern suburbs.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: Throwing herself into mentoring young dancers with the same enthusiasm as her onstage performances has earned WA Ballet principal dancer Jayne Smeulders a nomination for Citizen of the Year.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: Five exhibitions in less than seven years is no mean feat for any artist, let alone one affected by a stroke, but acclaimed WA painter and sculptor Robert Juniper was determined not to let health problems curb his creativity.
THE AUSTRALIAN: 'I'M altering roles all the time," Pamela Rabe says when I congratulate her on her reinvention as a director. Having recently turned 50, she's sanguine about the need for actors to wear many hats in order to survive, even when they are as celebrated as she is.
THE AUSTRALIAN: IF, as Socrates contemplated, the unexamined life is not worth living, then Rachel Ward is doing her best to maintain a value-added existence.
THE AGE: CONCERN over the future of the former Victorian College of the Arts continues to grow after a graduating student was applauded at a presentation ceremony for criticising the college's takeover by Melbourne University.
THE AGE:It was to form a cultural institution that embraced one vision, two spaces and infinite possibilities, but Melbourne's Recital Centre has faltered - and all eyes will be on the review to be tabled next week to explain why.
A Melbourne author, Catherine Harris, has won this year’s Josephine Ulrick Literature Prize, netting $10,000 in the country’s richest short story competition.
MIke Zafiropoulos will be succeeded as Chair of Regional Arts Victoria by Dennis Goldner who has been Treasurer of RAV for the past four years.
Destined to paint, Trevor Nickolls pursued his creative dream until the art world was finally awakened.
A Western Australian award acknowledging written works that display excellence in referencing and research using archives, was announced today at a special ceremony at the State Records Office.
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