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Great Southern Television and Whitebait TV have picked up $NZ8 million for two projects that will go to air on TV2.
Charlie Cox leaves, on the grounds that he is too busy. James Morrison will replace him, presumably because his other job as a world famous genius of the trumpet is not full time.
We are sure she is used to these puns. Caterina De Nave is taking over the position effectively vacant since Sue Masters left - Executive Producer, Drama and Comedy.
Cats are ubiquitous. Christmas is celebrated around the world. Japan is on planet Earth. We have a wonderful gift, just for you.
NSW FTO has announced a total of $890,000 in funding to support six projects, five of which are for television, while the overpaid, overfunded and over here mob at Film Vic chuck $1.3 million of inves
Maartje Horchner has been promoted to head of acquisitions for ALL3MEDIA International. The company is on the hunt for new production partnerships in the U.K. and internationally. Horchner’s brief is
The ABC has acquired the animated children’s series Kid vs. Kat from DECODE Enterprises. The series is produced by Studio B Productions in association with YTV in Canada in Jetix Europe, and is targe
Screen Producers Association of Australia executive director Geoff Brown says that he expects this week’s submissions to Screen Australia on the draft terms of trade to be “just the beginn
The AWG is not so thrilled about the terms of trade proposals from Screen Australia, just as it starts to act on the children's television sore point.
Screen Australia has announced the outcome of its December board meeting. These are the people getting the presents, but there does seem to be a plague of teenage dancing girls – and some of th
Megan Simpson Huberman, a film and television director and one of the creative forces behind the highly successful IndiVision initiative for low-budget features, has been appointed to the new position
What really happened to Australian releases here and overseas during 2008? Pay attention, because Antony I. Ginnane has all the joy and horror in one fabulous list.
A wondrous collection of near miss videos, including some about people whose continued survival does nothing for the combined intelligence of the human race.
Rialto Distribution are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 10 double passes to 'Before the Rains'
The 40% Producers Offset has lured superannuation veteran Bruce Sherlock back into the film business – with the announcement of a $130 million production of The Phantom Legacy to be produced next year
The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF 2008), the MIFF Premiere Fund today has opened its application process for Round Five with a call for submissions that closes on January 9, 2009.
Following the recent announcement of Sex and the City's Darren Star featuring at the 2009 National Screenwriters Conference, the Australian Writers Guild is delighted to announce that David Weiss, one
The SA industry representative group ran a forum which looked at the new proposals for both the Film and Screen Centre, and $4m to support local features. Unsurprisingly, local filmmakers are very hap
The votes have been counted and the winners of the 2008 LOVE YOUR WORK! Awards announced at the lively and well-attended screenings held at Cinema Nova, Carlton on Tuesday 9 December and Wednesday 10
Beyond’s programming recently launched at MIPCOM has again hit the spot with worldwide buyers.
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