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The LifeStyle Channel (owned by pay operator XYZ Networks) has commissioned Bill's Holiday, a seven-part culinary series with celebrity chef Bill Granger, which it will premiere on February 12. The s
West Australian agency Screenwest has been having a review, and is now set to break the 1980s consensus that all government money in film and television should be investment, rather than grants. They
Flickerfest – Australia’s premier international short film festival – will launch its 18th annual festival at the much-anticipated, star-studded Opening Night & After Party at Bondi Pavilion on Friday
Being Harold Pinter has a rather eclectic international flavour: inspired by a British playwright, performed in Sydney, in Belarusian and Russian, with English subtitles. It's an ambitious piece of work from the dynamic Belarus Free Theatre.
A unique event is underway at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, where knitters are invited to join artist Lada Dedić for an informal, fun day of knitting and sharing, inspired by the current exhibitions, The Alice Springs Beanie Festival and knit one, purl one, knit one.
Icon Film Distribution has Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire. They released it on 33 screens on December 18, and are now using bricks of cash as doorstops and paperweights. Unfortunately, the introd
Chief Minister Paul Henderson has announced that from today the world re-renowned Indigenous painting Earth’s Creation, will be on public display in Parliament House.
Minister Assisting the Premier on the Arts, Virginia Judge today congratulated Sydney author Margo Lanagan, who has been awarded the 2008 NSW Writer’s Fellowship.
It's standing room only for this astonishing performance by Le Grand Cirque, returning after a sellout season last year with a
production entitled 'Aerial Dreams'.
Seeking poems that explore the twisted world of David Lynch's Blue Velvet for The Private Press's next chapbook anthology.
Ten young Australian jewellers have been selected as finalists for The 2009 Kaiserman Prize.
Atonement Tonight Anny Slater’s hilarious comedy about the 2006 Australian Wheat Board scandal is a Judge’s Choice finalist at the Sydney Festival “Get Animated” competition chosen from a field of 80 submissions.
Western Australian artist Shane Pickett has won the final category of Australia’s richest Indigenous contemporary art awards, picking up the People’s Choice Award in the inaugural Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2008.
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Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom's script, 'Tuesdays With Morrie', must be among the best recent American scripts for two actors. It's hard to beat a story with this much humanity, humour, and wisdom.
Waltz with Bashir is an animated documentary about memory and the way it can be suppressed to protect a person from the pain of the past.
BAZ Luhrmann's Australia has passed Moulin Rouge in Australian box office earnings. Twentieth Century Fox has announced that as of New Year's Day, the film had taken $28.8 million in five-and-a-half
Australia has been included in the seven semifinalis nominees for the Academy Awards' visual effects statuette. Which means it gets to enter a very strange process.
It can be a very pleasant experience when some of your old work comes back to haunt you. I have certainly been responsible for making contact with artists, project managers and other contractors about work they have done in order to gain their assistance or to offer them some similar work.
Scott Wright co-founded visual and physical theatre company ERTH in Ballarat in 1990. The successful company is now housed in Sydney’s newest contemporary arts development, CarriageWorks. Their latest work, premiering at Sydney Festival before touring to Perth, is an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s children’s book, The Nargun and The Stars, featuring puppets, live actors, and digital animation.
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