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French chanteuse Camille Dalmais brings her extraordinary blend of folk, soul, bossa-nova - and many other things that I can't identify - to Sydney as part of the festival.
In the first of three articles, we look at Australian film and television production already locked in for 2009, to see how the industry is likely to fare during the global financial crisis. So far,
How do you grow your media business in a downturn? Where will
you find new advertising revenues? Will the accelerated decline of traditional media as a result of the US recession occur in Australi
Dutch production behemoth Endemol (Big Brother) will acquire most of Southern Star Group from Fairfax Media for $75 million plus an undisclosed earn out fee, with Fairfax retaining UK-based Southern S
As part of their ‘Save the Males’ campaign Barons Brewing Co. have launched a competition for young filmmakers to create a viral video.
The Reader is based on the 1995 award winning novel Der Vorleser by Bernhard Schlink, a German law professor.
The International Film School Sydney delivers the first RED ONE camera to film students in Australia.
REMINDER! There is only one month left to nominate for the 2009 Pascall Prize. Closing date Friday 20th February 2009.
Announcing our first Metro Screen Network Pitching Session for the year.
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has been stunned by the eagerness of Australian authors to sign up to a petition opposing changes to Australia’s book market.
The 2009 National Architecture Conference - 'Parallax', is taking place 30 April - 2 May 2009, Melbourne, Australia.
If you love textiles, you’ll love 2009’s brand new event, the Textile Art Festival.
I recently read an article which claimed that the sectors that do well in recessions are alcohol, gambling, hairdressing and sex – an interesting combination of basic urges and discretionary spending. But as we enter a year that looks certain to be economically gloomy, how might the arts fare?
Faustina Fuzzy Agolley is a television presenter who currently hosts the long-running music television show Video Hits. In 2006, prior to her Video Hits compere role, she hosted another teen-oriented television show Cybershack.
Shortly after attending the Urban Screens event at Federation Square, Melbourne, in October, I received a copy of Urban Informatics: The practice and promise of the real time city.
Chandni Chowk To China is the first ever Bollywood Kung-Fu comedy produced by Warner Bros, who clearly must have had some fabulously energetic young ad exec come up with a genius of an idea for making even more money.
This Is Our Youth is playing in Melbourne at Fortyfivedownstairs. The plot is simple. Set in New York during the Reagan administration, (early 1980’s) we watch three young seemingly hopeless people try to decipher their place amongst themselves and in the “big picture” that is life.
AUSTRALIAN Open organisers say an adults-only show in the Spiegelworld tent will be toned down, after a performance featuring a striptease, swearing and simulated masturbation.
PAINTING isn't what most people think of when the Big Day Out is mentioned, but one piece of art is dominating this year's rock 'n' roll carnival.
THERE will be no cannons fired during performances of the Queensland Orchestra, at least not literally, even though it is now under the management of Patrick Pickett.
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