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Bridezillas beat Walker, Texas Ranger.
Masterchef defries the critics and keeps on climbing, landing 1.671 this week and helping give Ten a win for the night.
We really, really wanted to know what it was like for the 'Samson & Delilah' folks to be swept up the madness of Cannes. And Ruby Boukabou is just the woman to find out...
Chaos on the networks as they responded to the floods in Queensland. Northern audiences may not have cared, being knee deep in fleeing cane toads and slime from the drains.
A familiar scene: Seven wins on the back of 'Thank God..', while the two ABC light entertainment shows come out strongly too.
SBS has created an 'engagement marketing team', and made two new appointments, even in dire financial times.
JVC has put of out wonderful media release about shooting the Professional Bull Riding competition.
Southern Star International has taken on the exclusive distribution rights outside of Australia for the lifestyle series homemade, through a new deal with the William Morris Agency in the U.K. Cavalie
The Victorian College of the Arts film and television courses are facing the possibility of a 50% cut to their budget – from approximately $2 million dollars to $1.03 million, as the University
Jane Campion's Bright Star one of two favourites for the Palme d'Or, French strikes (what a surprise), and the Russian Filmmakers Union reinventing Siberia for their members; while venerable producer
It is mid festival frenzy and senses of reality have now been clearly warped (paradox not intended). Many of the circulating Australians are well in the swirling bubble (except evidentially myself, be
So much to see, so little time... The SFF documentary program can absorb documentary junkies completely, so they never have to deal with the pesky unrealities of fiction. Tina Kaufman, eclectic as eve
The Minister for Tourism, Michelle O’Byrne, today announced that the second series of the Discover Tasmania television program is proving to be extremely popular with Tasmanians.
The 104 episodes of Novel Entertainment's 2D animated series Horrid Henry will be represented for licensing in Australia and New Zealand by Grahame Grassby's Stella Projects.
Craft Director Tools for CINEMA 4D, 3DS Max and Maya are now available in Australia from Adimex - nothing like animation short cuts.
THE STAR: A dance company, like a symphony orchestra or a professional sports team, responds to new stimuli and challenges like a single organism. And any living organism needs external stimulus to grow.
The global financial crisis will impact on corporate sponsorship of the arts, with 49 per cent of companies stating that they expect to decrease their arts sponsorships over the next 12 months.
STORYBOARD, an interactive website, is a Regional Arts Victoria project created in partnership with the Victorian Country Fire Authority (CFA) and the Department of Sustainability (DSE).
The ACT Arts Fund is one of the main ways the ACT Government provides direct support to the arts. Applications are invited from all artists, groups and organisations for projects or programs of activity in any art form that support, promote, present, develop or provide access to high-quality arts in the ACT in 2010.
Queensland’s regional arts sector is set to benefit from a new partnership between the state government and the Australia Council for the Arts.
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