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30 Jan 2009
Did you know that some detectives are dodgy? You learn something new every day.
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The Australian Cinematographers Society was founded in 1958 – with the dream of owning their own clubhouse in Sydney. After fifty years of careful saving and investment – they were about to buy. And
Former Labor identity and construction business owner is seeking legal advice over whether to sue Nine for defamation over his portrayal in Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities. He hasn't read the book o
The Seven Network took more than 40% of declining television advertising revenue - but don't go slashing your wrists yet. The price of ads might be down, but the inventory is still selling.
The William Morris Agency has announced a deal with YouTube that will see its clients produce webisodes for the internet video giant. Who will be more popular - Russell Crowe or the toilet trained ca
Screen Australia has announced a review into Marketing Support and Promotion, and Research and Statistics. Almost exhausted by an endless series of fast-motion consultation japes, the sector needs to
Here's a find in itself: the European archives have created a collective site to display their favourite bits of history. In which George Lucas is revealed as a sordid plagiarist!
While the industry may benefit from a cheap dollar attracting OS ads, the decline in revenue to broadcasters will carry a sting in its tail. Whither production budgets now?
Government to give set top boxes to stymied Mildura locals in first test of transition. Will ALP volunteers swarm across the area plugging them in? It is an issue, you know.
Foxtel will be broadcasting the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras parade. The parade was first broadcast by the ABC, stolen by Ten, then dropped in 2003, so it has been six years since the Rev Fred Nil
A few places available for Editors, Cinematographers, Sound recordist/Mixer and Producer/Writer
Joost den Hartog, the director of the Australian International Documentary Conference, is bubbling with delight over the latest program.
Sony has announced a profit slide of 30% internationally, but Sony Australia continues to do well - apart from suffering a shortage of flat panel television sets.
Sir David Attenborough is to return to radio, with a Radio 4 monologue about the history of nature that will be broadcast in the Friday night slot once held by Alistair Cooke’s Letter From America.
For the first time in an age there are few real shocks and surprises. The unprecedented number of British hopefuls merely reflects the fact that our industry is currently generating the best independent cinema.
The Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) reminds Territorians they have just over a week to contribute responses to recommended activities of the NTFO.
Here’s the thing: chances are you are never again going to see another film even remotely similar to You the Living.
American cinema revels in the comeback storys from the Rocky films through The Natural and more recently Cinderella Man, the celluloid history of Hollywood is struck through with a belief that anyone can make it big, fail, and be resurrected like a modern-day Lazarus.
29 Jan 2009
Costly state incentives to lure film production and jobs may actually be paying off, at least in New York.
While the country's film critics were wildly divided about Baz Luhrmann's Australia, they have given it a chance to dominate their annual awards next month.
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