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'Yes Madam, Sir', Australian filmmaker Megan Doneman’s acclaimed feature documentary, is gaining screenings for its insights into modern India.
National Geographic Television International has bought an Australian science documentary about infectious cancers, and the search for protection.
Nominated for the Oscar in short animation in 2005, Shane Acker instead picked up a deal for a feature. His imagination is as twisted as it is different, and so...
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is pleased to announce the four teams selected to participate in the new $4.2 million low budget feature film initiative, FilmLab.
The facade of the historic His Majesty’s Theatre will be restored, with work expected to begin in September 2009.
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an Australian Government initiative.
According to a number of staff and students from the Victorian College of Arts (V.C.A.), the college is in danger of being dissolved.
Benito Di Fonzo has a decidedly twisted view of existence which only serves to feed the madness of this quirky show – 'The Chronic Ills of Robert Zimmerman: AKA Bob Dylan (A Lie) - A Theatrical Talking Blues' – playing at the Old Fitzroy.
When asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, Hoa Pham said: 'I wanted to be a writer amazingly enough!'
Check out the weekly updated blog entries from the team at Chunky Move working with Stephanie Lake to choreograph and teach a work for one hundred people - none of them dancers!
When asked what what his official title is, Luke Devenish said: W. R. I. T. E. R.
Some games are just about what you do – Tetris or Guitar Hero – but a large number of games also contain stories, and as technology has improved, those stories have become increasingly complex.
Book publishing is a notoriously inexact science. In fact it’s not a science at all. It’s more a combination of whim, intuition, experience and the rather nebulous concept of “the market” and what it might, or might not, like. It’s a very unpredictable industry – but that’s also what makes it exciting to be part of.
Christopher Currie is a 25 year-old writer, Honours graduate of the Queensland University of Technology Creative Writing program, and loyal employee of Avid Reader Bookshop. His fiction has appeared in numerous journals and five published anthologies. His novella, Dearly Departed, will be published by Five Mile Press in 2007.
Kate Champion is director of Force Majeure and her work Already Elsewhere received the Australian Dance Award for outstanding performance by a company in 2005.
New Zealand-born Sue Healey studied dance in her home town of Auckland before coming to Australia in 1980 to study at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Though sparsely reported in the media, three recent Australian Government actions have very great implications for us all.
When you receive an offer out of the blue to ‘help’ someone from another country transfer their money out of their country, in return for a lump sum payment. Are you tempted?
Craig Silvey grew up on an orchard in the south of WA. His first novel, Rhubarb, was published in 2004 when he was just 22, earning him a coveted Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist Award.
Dmetri Kakmi was born in Turkey to Greek parents. His essays and articles on a variety of subjects have been published in newspapers and magazines around the world.
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