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John Collee has writing credits which include 'Creation', 'Happy Feet' and 'Master and Commander'. 'Legend of the Guardians' is in post at the moment. He's working on 'Dirt Music' and 'The Drowner' as
Mark Johnson, producer of the Narnia movies, as well as The Notebook, Galaxy Quest, Good Morning Vietnam and 47 other films, is in Melbourne for Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, shooting at Central City S
Kharen Harper knows what it’s like to work with people in extreme circumstances. Her work with prisoners and the disadvantaged has won her the Ros Bower Award but, she says, it is just like working “with you, or me, or somebody else.”
Performing arts students are pushing prestigious city colleges aside in favour of their regional counterparts, and are finding new opportunities in the process.
North One Australia is the Pacific branch of North One in the UK. Owned by All3Media, North One Australia is busy making inroads into the local television industry with Bushwhacked! and Cricket Supers
Dead Down Under is set in the not too distant future where Australia suffers the spread of a virus which they call the Z virus or the Zombie virus. The rest of the world quarantines the country and pu
ArtsHub's guide to the best – or maybe worst? – movies of summer.
Via Vision Entertainment are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of five DVDs of Amy Winehouse: Never Forgotten. The DVD includes live performances of Rehab, Valerie, Back to
Via Vision Entertainment is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of five DVDs of Army of Darkness: Screwhead Edition. Directed by Sam Raimi, the film was originally released in
Andy Wear has been copping a fair bit of flack recently for his decision to batter and fry a Sidney Nolan sketch. Finally, we get to hear the artist's side of the story.
Maverick distributor Titan View is set to run an alternative screening of its 2008 middle-aged male tearjerker Men's Group in New York. Blokes have got the same shit going on everywhere, which is fan
Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey has announced that the federal opposition intends to spend 2012 attacking the National Broadband Network. Dr Vincent O'Donnell takes a look at the international experience
Have you ever thought about writing a novel? Dreamt that after the bidding war was over you’d be in constant demand for writer’s festivals around the world while the cash from your international bestseller flowed in? We talked to Sophie Cunningham about some aspects of writing a novel you might need to think about.
As the MTC prepare to revive Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, John Sumner the play's original director in 1955 reflects on how the iconic play was first staged.
While maintaining its focus here at home, ArtsHub has decided to spread its wings across the world and bring you all the best news from the far corners of the globe.
Andy Wear made headlines this week when he battered and fried a Sydney Nolan sketch to raise money for a Brunswick Gallery. Kristian Pithie tells us exactly why this is not on.
Change management is something of a business jargon buzzword but it is an important management tool for any organisation that undertakes change.
And arts organisations change a lot. We look at some of the skills arts managers need to manage change effectively.
Ah, January. It’s that time when classical musicians go into hibernation and lovers of the genre hole up with their new CDs, or take their iPods to the beach.
In a band? Boyfriend/girlfriend in a band? ArtsHub's resident road-runner Lachlan Bryan offers his seven Touring tips for musicians and people in the early stages of a relationship. Sort of.
Remnant Dance is the newest small dance company in Perth. We chat to founder Lucinda Coleman as the company prepares for its biggest adventure yet.
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