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Tourism Australia is saying it is very happy with the performance of the money it put into Baz Luhrmann's epic – especially the editorial coverage.
With the AIDC now only weeks away, 22 teams are now practicing their 'trust me' expressions and paring down the text on their brochures to face the sources of international support.
Foxtel has picked up nine series from Mentorn International, including: three series of US reality show Work Out; four UK police series: Motorway Cops, Shops, Robbers and Videotape, and Night Cops ser
The second round of the WIFT Media Mentorship for Women Program is now underway, and three new mentorship areas have been introduced: Media Law, Interactive Media and Location Management. Tina Kaufman
New Zealand-German copro feature The Strength of Water, from Auckland-based director Armagan Ballantyne, has been selected for the 38th Rotterdam International Film Festival (VPRO Tiger Awards Competi
Here is the list of Australian films - 'Mary and Max' and five shorts, which will drag Berliners out of their late winter torpor with a blast of sunshine. Well, locations without snow, anyway.
Geelong-based production company World Wide Entertainment will get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange by a reverse takeover of former finance company Coneco, and in the process get access to
A company called Lowe joins a company called Rivet. Which name did they choose?
Melbourne animation studio Ettamogah Entertainment needs animators - a lot of them! Heaps! Great piles of animators! Junior, senior and lead for a new series. Details in the Jobs section, of cours
The world is watching the American analog switchoff in mingled fascination and horror, since most governments have resisted the One Big Shock and are taking it all very, very gently. It seems there ma
'SHOW me a politician who made no mistakes and I'll show you Gough Whitlam,' Melbourne columnist Catherine Deveny once wrote.
THEATRE people often need day jobs - or even night jobs. Stuart Day and Quinton Dunne have been juggling them for years.
MELBOURNE'S ballet scene will be hit by a maroon invasion next month.
Like many others, drama teacher Heather Timms has always loved Arundhati Roy’s intriguing novel of family life in Kerala in southern India, The God of Small Things.
Fionnuala Hunt is the director of the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp which ends 18th Jan.
It has been more than a decade since Simon Gallagher’s production of The Mikado has played Adelaide.
DEBORAH Riedel's death has come as a shock and source of great sadness for the international opera community.
The path across the great divide between Radio and TV is actually surprisingly short (often less than a season) fraught with danger and lined with people eager to draw blood.
Following the successful season of Dorothy Hewett’s The Chapel Perilous at La Mama in 2007, this group of independent artists come together again as Perilous Productions to present Golden Valley
Austrian actor and singer Martin Niedermair speaks to Arts Hub about his upcoming performance of Tell Tale Heart with Barrie Kosky at the Sydney Festival.
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