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John Maynard excites awe in the Australian film distribution sector for his campaigns to drag the public to see the great films he champions. Now, he is working on 'Samson & Delilah.'
On this coming Easter weekend, 500 lucky ducks will come together at a sheep station in Tallarook to shake it loose together at the 3rd Boogie Festival.
We covered the 'Kenny' story at the National Screenwriters' Conference by extracting the core stages as a list. Here is the story behind the moves, now that Clayton has polished the story a bit more,
Peter Garrett joined John Brumby, the Victorian Premier, and various other dignitaries at a vital moment in the rebirth of the burnt out communities - aided by the National Film and Sound Archive.
Wouter Barendrecht, from Fortissimo Films, has died suddenly in Bangkok from a heart attack. Besides his international profile, he was a significant figure in Australian film production.
Fox claims to have narrowed the leak of the Wolverine version now being downloaded to a digital work print about a month old. Strewth sherlock, we wouldn't have guessed.
McKean Park Lawyers is trying to work out what is happening with the money donated to RecLink for the ABC's production of the FremantleMedia format Choir of Hard Knocks. What happens when one organis
After sharing the Digital Emmy for 'Scorched', Chris Hilton of Essential Media and Entertainment is venturing further into multimedia by cementing a relationship with Hoodlum.
With interstate projects eligible, the NSW FTO's Aurora program now has a team from South Australia - and two writers with no producer or director.
Assuming we will not spend the future huddled in a cave re-enacting old episodes of 'Big Brother', a roll-call of Prominent TV Identities discussed the future of the medium in a functioning economy. I
Robin James, the long-serving CEO of the Pacific Film and Television Commission has resigned following allegations of irregularities in his travel spending.
A pre-release copy of 'Wolverine', still with green screen, wires and incomplete CGI, has been storming across the internet. In a particular twist for the Australian screen sector, the name on the cop
We laughed so much we could hardly bear it.
Dominic Case, known to the technically challenged as the go-to person in Sydney for clear explanation and rational analysis, has been keeping his poise for ScreenHub at the GRFD conference. Here is hi
Does the removal of a whole week from the Sydney Film Festival signal something ghastly in the state of the international film festivals as they appear in Australian cities? No, no, cry the insiders..
Open to all - including the general public - WIFT Victoria has cunningly taken advantage of ACMI's latest exhibition to showcase the work of the exquisitely talented but often overlooked Australian ar
Amid the news of the ALP's first board appointments to the ABC and SBS, ScreenHub asks the obvious question: who got stiffed?
Marcus Gillezeau is a very happy man. The digital bit of the 'Scorched' project won the Digital Emmy for Best Fiction, awarded by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and announced
On March 11th, 2009, the government of New Zealand secretly sold TVNZ, its public broadcaster, to SBS, the Australian government owned national multicultural broadcasting network.
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is set to hit the streets on April 26, and the level of local interest and engagement has seen the festival develop a fervent following in its ten year history according to organizers Artistic Director Michael Tortoni and Program Director Sophie Brous.
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