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Film Victoria has announced $7 million in loans from its Cash Flow Facility against the Producers Offset covering seven projects – and the average loan would be…
Late last year it looked like the City of Bunbury in WA was going to stuff up a major animation deal – but intervention by the South West Regional Development Corporation will now see the deal go thro
19 Jan 2009
Rumours are rife on games sites that Pandemic (owned by EA) are closing their Brisbane studio. If it turns out to be true, what happens to the IP?
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Unlucky Miles for cannibalised characters at the hands of Michael James Rowland and his Irish producer, Nial Fulton, in a very meaty production.
The advocates of restrictions on food advertising during children's television failed to achieve national regulation, and shifted the fight to the states. Queensland will get cabinet papers on the is
Uncensored too. Up against a bunch of local comedies. Have they dubbed the film? What would Nicole sound like then?
Australia's Chinese distributor is predicting another good non-US result for the film, and growling mildly at the critics. The film opens in Shanghai on January 28.
Women in the UK games industry are actually earning more than their male counterparts. There aren't a lot of them, but they are earning more.
Queensland distributor Lionsgate looks set to be bought by either Lionsgate of FremantleMedia, following the collapse of its owner, Destra. Magna narrowly avoided an on-market takeover by Lionsgate i
James Packer is selling the family yacht, putting of the purchase of a new jet, and having doubts about a swimming pool. Life, it seems, is tough.
A marginally more intelligent-than-normal interview with an actor - in this case Toni Collette talking about her split personality role in the US television drama The United States of Tara.
Apparently Tony Ayres (Home Song Stories) is now writing a musical set in Kings Cross.
Scaled back, and slot lost to the (re)makers of The Office - not a good start to the year for Reveille/Universal Media Studios.
NINEMSN has appointed Kylie Speer to the vacant role of head of communications, unfilled since the departure of Amanda Miller last year.
Optus has signed an exclusive content deal to stream Seven's tennis coverage to mobile - undercutting the price of the similar deals on its competitors.
Something has allegedly come unstuck in the deal to donate cash to Warrnambool charities to reward locals for their background participation as local colour.
We want 'Mary and Max', the claymation feature from Adam Elliot and Melanie Coombs, to succeed. The team is terrific, the set was enchanting, the industry needs a hit with integrity. So we are watchin
16 Jan 2009
Animation software company Autodesk has sacked 750 staff, or 10% of its workforce, and is predicting a loss for the quarter.
The second round of the WIFT Media Mentorship for Women Program is now underway, and three new mentorship areas have been introduced: Media Law, Interactive Media and Location Management. Tina Kaufman
Feeling its way as a part of a new organisation (and not the one they thought) the research mavens at Screen Australia have released the annual domestic box office backgrounder.
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