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This harrowing film about redemption avoids the saccharine despite having the Oprah Winfrey seal of approval.
With four films in the festival, one in the co-pro market and four people into the Talent Market, Australian filmmakers stunned by the cold will be a feature of this year's frozen festival.
The star of action films The Transporter and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Jason Statham, is coming to Victoria to film a new blockbuster action thriller, Minister for Innovation, Gavin Jenning
New Zealand numbers show thatAvatar is a lovely case study of the financial benefits of subsidising foreign production. We have added a few remarks to our NZ editor's coverage, to make sense to Austra
According to a spokesperson for Alex Proyas, the director and co-writer of feature film Knowing was not aware that the film had qualified for the 40% Producers Offset until Friday – after the re
The AFI is such a significant event it has moved the Liberal oppositions in both Victoria and NSW to pungent anger. And creates public signals about their intentions for film and television in their a
While the mainstream system stokes its vast boilers, the nimble fingers of the blogosphere are making with the joy noises about Bran Nue Dae and Animal Kingdom.
Screen Australia has announced that Victoria Treole and Matthew Dabner have been appointed as Industry Specialists for Screen Australia’s Production Investment Department.
The 418 films screened in Australian cinemas in 2009 grossed $1.09 billion, making last year’s total box office the highest on record.
Seven Australian short films have been selected for the major French festival: The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
The winners of the 19th Annual Flickerfest Awards have been announced.
Australia’s newest subscription television channel will be called STVDIO.
Warwick Thornton and Kath Shelper’s international hit feature Samson & Delilah is one of nine films shortlisted for the 2009 Foreign Language Film Oscar®.
With little coverage of the new Screen Queensland board members, the local Screen Industry Council has supported them in a press release.
The Rotterdam Lab is a handy development tool for producers looking to understand the European context, and brush up on their cosmopolitan reflexes. So, five people, five careers...
Two of Sydney’s most resplendent icons – the Sydney Opera House and Cate Blanchett – were presented side by side today in the announcement that the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Aw
With 2009 box office numbers now out, we take a look at the 30 Australian films coming up in 2010, the likely release patterns for those films, and compare the results to Screen Australia research. P
After the confusion of the last few weeks, the Australian Film Institute has formally announced to its members that it will indeed move the Awards to Sydney from 2011.
Down to nine contenders for the Foreign Language Academy Award, with five to be nominated for the actual event, S & D continues to flourish in a brilliant field.
Jane Campion has clearly enjoyed discussing her approaching television project, Top of the Lake as she promoted Bright Star around the world. It has been .... evolving ... in public.
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