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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
James Spertus, the director of US Piracy Operations for the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) will lead a discussion and presentation entitled 'Movie Piracy and You' at the 2005 South by So
If your dream is to one day see your name in the credits of a film or TV series, then don’t miss the chance to capitalise on the arrival into Adelaide next February of some of the biggest names in the screenwriting business from around the world.
Screen Australia today announced the appointment of Martha Coleman as Head of Development and Ross Matthews as Senior Investment Manager – Features, Television, Animation.
Want to increase arts sponsorships, donations? Gold Book shows how it’s done.
Country Arts WA’s Regional Arts Development Panel recently approved $99,060 to be injected into annual arts programs in regional Western Australia in 2009.
Internationally acclaimed Australian director Ray Lawrence (Jindabyne, Lantana, Bliss) was yesterday backed by Screen Australia to direct Being Dead, a poetic thriller about a married couple who are savagely murdered.
Tasmanian Minister for Workplace Relations, Lisa Singh, has announces the recipients of Screen Tasmania’s inaugural Creative Producer’s Scheme. The luck winners are Catherine Pettman, Abi
12 Dec 2008
Professor Sharman Pretty will be the new boss of the Victorian College of the Arts as it becomes a Faculty of the University of Melbourne.
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A rundown on the implications of the Golden Globes, which seems to reflect general opinion.
Singapore is to get its first film studio, and Greg Coote (now CEO of Dune Entertainment in the US) is in the deal. Maybe that headline should be "Gold Coast betrayed"?
As the LA Times whacks Nicole Kidman serially, other shinier Australians are angling for the GG's.
Indian audiences are staying away from cinemas in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks - presumably on the grounds that they won't be shot at in their own homes.
Darren Ashton's mockumentary Razzle Dazzle will have a Christmas release in Mumbai - where for various paltry religious reasons they don't really celebrate Christmas.
German exhibitors pay a levy that helps fund local productions - now they want to stop, and are suing the film board.
Flickerfest-on-EXTRA is the 6 x 30' outcome of a deal that we knew about, just didn't know the details about.
Almost spring - the festival, now in its fifth year - runs from March 13-15, 2009, at which audiences can gutz on a hundred indy films.
Kylie Minogue will reportedly be paid $US1 million to record a song for the soundtrack of the Bollywood movie Blue.
Heath Ledger has received a posthumous Golden Globe nomination for his role as The Joker in The Dark Knight.
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.
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