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New Zealand production company NHNZ reckons its founder a presenter more attractive and better qualified than Tony Robinson (Time Team) for their new archaeology series. She's never performed as dise
Southern Star International has licensed AXN Central Europe (a broadcaster with the same footprint as the former Habsburg monarchy to broadcast Rush (Series 1 & 2), All Saints (Series 5-7) and Water R
The use of 'Shortland Street' on Australian television over summer has provoked a tit for tat exchange between the Screen Producer’s Association and its New Zealand counterpart, SPADA.
Madman Entertainment continues its commitment to the Australian film industry with a wide range of Australian films scheduled for release and production in 2009.
23 world premieres, 9 new Australian features, 143 films. That is the swag for the Adelaide Film Festival in February. We will be locked in conferences, mind you.
BBC.com has announced the launch of a travel module which will feature information from the Lonely Planet (75% owned by BBC Worldwide) website and hopefully suck in BBC.com’s 26m users.
Imira Entertainment put together Spanish deals for Jonathan Shiff's H20: Just Add Water which it represents in Spain, Portugal and Brazil - and our favourite is the girl-dolls that tranform into merma
Nick Hornby-scripted British drama and Hugh Dancy-starring romance capitalise on buzz in Park City.
Oxford University today launches the search for its next professor of poetry, as current incumbent Christopher Ricks - the literary critic known for his writings on the poetry of Bob Dylan - comes to the end of his five-year tenure in May.
Elizabeth Alexander yesterday took the sort of platform most authors - let alone poets - can only dream of. Standing in front of a worldwide audience stretching into the billions, she read aloud the poem she had composed for Barack Obama's inauguration as president.
Leading writers including Margaret Atwood, Wole Soyinka, Salman Rushdie and Ian McEwan have called for the release of a well-known Chinese dissident.
The English version of a book by a French playwright about a 1.5mm-high fugitive has beaten bestselling Swedish author Henning Mankell to win an award for children's literature in translation.
Readers looking at the transcript might be asking if it's a poem at all. With its long prosy lines, this praise song is closer to a speech than a song.
There's a nostalgic charm in a series of intimate portraits of Martin Amis and friends in the 1970s when they were hip and happily puffing away.
It was the bleak early-1990s. But the YBAs couldn't care less. In an extract from his new book, Gregor Muir relives a whirlwind of booze, brawls and gloriously ramshackle shows.
Washington DC's great public space, the Mall, is the perfect backdrop for the inauguration of a unique president.
Realist painter whose work was much loved by the US public but divided the critics.
The start of a recession does not seem a particularly propitious time to open up a new art space - unless you happen to be heir to a large grocery fortune.
The trust is attempting to raise funds to protect and share the home of the African poet, a modest Lambeth house boasting one of the most extraordinary interiors in Britain.
It is apt that the passing of Wyeth's sentimental and dishonest vision of America coincided with the dying days of George Bush's presidency.
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