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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.
06 Feb 2009
There is a very funny animated short to be made about animals auditioning to be on a TV vet show.. this one is clearly very carefully cast.
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"They send us a list of IP addresses and say 'this IP address was involved in a breach on this date'. We look at that and say 'well what do you want us to do with this? We can't release the person's d
Extensive coverage which misses out the bit where the producers make absolutely sure the NSW Supreme Court will not chuck a snit. Easier for an older story, of course - the protagonists have long gone
With 30% of farms in Australia run by women, it is inevitable that a woman who arrive who wants a spouse. By some strange coincidence, the first female contestant on the show is very cute.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has required the Nine Network to put in place new training and new internal classification systems to deal with Gordon Ramsay and Underbelly, and they
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
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.
ACMA- scarier than crims with a reputation to protect. ACMA has a reputation to create.
Two Way Tv is expanding its gambling business to cover the whole of Australia.
05 Feb 2009
That's not the actual headline on this study - but it is an equal and valid interpretation of the data - as another scientist kindly points out lower down in the text. Otherwise, folks, you're going
Harvard Law School students have filed a countersuit against the Recording Industry Association of America. If it succeeds, it would force filesharing prosecutions out of civil law, and into criminal
CHANNEL NINE faces being stripped of some of the profits from the second Underbelly series if it shows the sizzling program in the wrong timeslot.
Some say the Oscar contender is 'poverty porn,' but that criticism misconstrues the nature of art.
Opponents say a provision to qualify new projects for an immediate 50% write-off is unnecessary and cite January's box-office haul of $1.03 billion.
04 Feb 2009
Carol Thatcher, BBC roving reporter and daughter of the infamous Margaret, is facing a ban for referring to a tennis player as a golliwog. Her advisory team, headed by Rupert Bear and Eeyore, advised
IF Australia is a failure, as is conventional thinking, its director Baz Luhrmann might be singing from The Producers' songbook, Where Did We Go Right? As the shonky producer, Max, sings in Mel Brooks's musical: "How could this happen? The show was lousy and long; we did everything wrong. Where did we go right?"
Heath Ledger's domination of the Hollywood awards season has continued with the late Australian actor honoured at the last major ceremony before next month's Oscars.
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