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Kim Dalton, Head of ABC Television, has delivered his keynote speech, and we have the complete text. With the new Independent Commissioning Production Fund, this may be the most important industry spe
The Film and History Conference is a tough minded mix of academic rigour and filmmakers fascinated by conceptual stuff. Fortunately, we have the wisdom and common sense of Dr Jane Mills to guide us.
Richard Wolstencroft: “What's weird is 80% of people support your critique from the comments! Unless your [sic] editing them in your favor, which I doubt?” Schembri note: “It's a fa
In 2009, the DOCO NZ Conference is a one day event as part of the DOCNZ Summit, to be held on Sunday 22 Feb, two days after AIDC.
Antony I. Ginnane has been diarising his experience as chair of SPAA, to record his very own first one hundred days.
At a seminar in Sydney on Monday, held at short notice because of the 12 December deadline for submissions to the federal government inquiry into the ABC and SBS, many of the issues included on the in
Screen Australia has now announced its new guidelines for 2009, after the fast, sometimes tense and always informative consultation process. How have the guidelines evolved?
Results of the inaugural Screenhub L’Oreal Paris AFI Tipping Contest are in, just in time for Christmas and the non-ratings season. Prepare thy stockings…
An opera singer by trade, (she has performed with the Victoria State Opera and as a soloist with a number of orchestras), the latest creative initiative Tania de Jong has just launched is something called Creativity Australia.
Directing a festival is a glamorous, but difficult job – a performance in itself, walking the tightrope of audience, city, funders, sponsors, artists. Arts Hub speak to Fergus Linehan, director of the Sydney Festival on the eve of his final festival in Sydney. The annual summer festival has grown to be the most attended cultural event in the whole of Australia, with an audience of over one million
Predicting the AFI winners is a pencil-sucking trade off between the true appeal of the contenders, and guesses about voter bias. Our contestants were right on the obvious winners, with a few surprise
Michelle Harrison, producer of 'The Tender Hook', was exercised enough by the Schembri snark about her picture to write to The Age. Here is the letter.
If Elissa Down is right, and 'making a film is cheaper than therapy', then a session with then the friendliness of the head-to-head Meet the Director session on the day before the awards is worth at l
Linda Tizard, the former head of development and investment for the New South Wales Film and Television Office, has reappeared as the Managing Director of Audio Network Australia, a joint venture betw
In an act of lemming-like self-confidence, ScreenHub has managed to stuff up not one, but two stories on BBC Worldwide in the last couple of months. To correct the record, BBC Worldwide is not planni
With 554,000 viewers at its peak, and 481,000 hanging in to the end, the AFI's scored some exposure in the suburbs. For print journalists, turning the AFI's into a Night to Enthrall a Nation is a toug
After pulling the children's television material out as a separate article, Tina Kaufman examines the other hot button agendas for the future of television, as seen by some key policy players.
'Underbelly' and 'The Black Balloon'. Australia continues its love affair with disfunctional families.
Gaffers transcending their beastlike daily lives. Production companies out on the town. Producers in their Cannes battle gear. Agency people Not Keeping Score. Craft winners thanking their families as
Besides 'Mary and Max', there are no Australian pics mentioned so far in the Sundance lists. But the synopses are very instructive.
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