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The Screenwriters' Conference, soon to decorate the balmy Barossa nights with erudite snark and polysyllabic questions, is going for feistiness this time around.
The New South Wales government released the long awaited report of its Creative Industries Review. Two years and huge commitment from the industry later – it contains a single recommendation: t
The South Pacific Stock Exchange has de-listed Yaqara Group Ltd, which was founded by Australian entrepreneurs Mark Falzon, Jim McKnoulty, Maurice Greenberg in 1998 to build state of art movie studio.
This is the first installment of a new monthly column in Screenhub; Australians in Film Reports from Tinseltown by the LA based non-profit.
Sixteen from six hundred - while a few newcomers hang in, the field is dominated as usual by experience and connections, which is the point of the competition really.
Antony I. Ginnane analyses the world wide theatrical performance of Australia; compares its release and results in selected foreign territories and the US to Happy Feet and tells us what it all means.
Want to make your head itch with visual possibilities? Swedish Jonas Odell won the Sundance category for international shorts with his animation project, 'Lies'.
When Christian Bale went berserk at the Director of Photography on 'Terminator Salvation', the sound department somehow kept recording...
'Wipeout' scored double the audience of the 'Alan Border Medal'.
The Australian Directors' Guild popped up on Monday night with a public forum in Sydney called Grass. The guild is spearheading change on greenhouse emissions which will flow through the screen sector
Australian horror film Prey (Top Cat Films) has been picked up by small DVD distributor Xenon Pictures (who also took Kenny), with a side deal to Lionsgate in the US, and Universal in Canada.
The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema. This completes the drama picture; documentary is still to come. The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema
Sydney Openair Cinema is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to 'Not Quite Hollywood' on 10th February.
Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
There’s only 11 months to wait til curtains up on new Artistic Director Lindy Hume’s 2010 Sydney Festival. The final Eat, Drink, Art, Talk event for this year's festival was a Q&A between Lindy Hume and Melbourne International Arts Festival Artistic Director, Brett Sheehy. Arts Hub went along to find out more...
The Optus One80project is yet another competition which offers the opportunity to create “approximately 60 minutes of multi-platform content, to be comprised of 3-5 minute segments”, for w
Responding to the tit-for-tat remarks between SPAA and SPADA, respected veteran New Zealander Tim Thorpe, who has a head for numbers, decides to wax pithy on the Australian stance.
A long time ago, Bruce Beresford was sent the script for the first Rambo film but he turned down the chance to direct it. He felt that the script was very American and was worried about messing up the
$9.99, the Israel-Australia animated co-production originated by Australian producer Emile Sherman, came close to victory at The Annies, which are the industry version of the Oscars.
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