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On Monday, the Screen Actors Guild started a round of internal talks to work out whether to put the strike option to members. Thirty hours of dealing later...
There were three superhero movies in the top ten: Dark Knight, Iron Man and Hancock; four animated films: Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar 2 and Horton Hears a Who, but only one chick flick Sex and t
14 Jan 2009
Cablevision is being sued by US studios to stop the next generation DVR. Since the company plans to store the programs on large central computers, thereby becoming defacto distributors of the content,
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12 Jan 2009
The screenwriter of the now Bafta-listed NZ-UK coproduction turns out to be a 74 year-old industry veteran who quietly disappeared into US television after writing Rob Roy.
Worried that your nature documentary has a carbon footprint the size of a Yeti's? A new international code of practice for sustainable filmmaking is now on the web and due to be launched in February.
The potentially delayed US switchover to DTV, scheduled next month, according to Scientific American.
Oscar-winning animator Adam Elliot is off to Sundance with Mary & Max, and an on-head homage to fellow Melbourne animator and Oscar nominee Anthony Lucas. Anthony shot My Rabbit Hoppy. Adam seems de
LG has used the Consumer Electronics Show to announce that it is launching a line of wristphones. We'd like to think Mission Impossible, but the reality might be closer to Inspector Gadget.
Melbourne-based Radio Frequency Systems Australia has picked up a technical Emmy award for their adjacent channel combiners, which allow the switchover to digital television without having to build ne
The adult film industry held their annual AVN Awards in Las Vegas over the weekend. A $US12 billion industry. Lots of florid coverage, but no mention of who the winners were. Either that, or the Sc
SIGGRAPH, to be held in Louisiana in August, has responded to public demand by expanding its animation festival component and 'expanding its general call for submissions to include Visual Music and Re
The mountain cattlemen brought Sigrid Thornton and Tom Burlinson back to pay tribute to the The Man.. film, and got Sigrid to judge the Don Kneebone Poetry Award.
It was this or a three-headed puppet. Nine replaces Mark Ferguson with a real journalist, who can stand in front of explosions and remember what he wrote. Could be a waste of real talent, but Nine is
Crawled drunk in the gutter, videod by bouncer, Seven face is now forced to crawl again to the nation's wowsers with a grovelling apology. Not just for his intense interest in the pre-dawn gutter, but
Lampeter campus of the University of Wales has annoyed Stephen Spielberg's lawyer's by using his image to advertise their scriptwriting courses. They are very pleased with their marketing reach.
Box office takings in the UK were up 5% in 2008 to ?949 million. Not bad for a global financial crisis year.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft has secured the conviction of Leslie Flood on copyright offences. The 43 year-old was caught with 5,000 illegally copied movies and television shows,
Is the American Screen Actors Guild about to kybosh the ballot on authorisation for strike action? Nastiness seems to abound, soon to erupt.
The sound of an editor turning somersaults of joy - and making odious comparisons to Adobe and FCP.
How can a dramatised retread of a real-life story whose outcome is as fixed as the sinking of the Titanic circumvent the expectations of audience know-alls to arrive as one of the most surprising films of the year?
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