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16 Jan 2009
Svenskfilm has lost the US rights to its entire catalog to a company representing a cinema in Aspen. But then Svensk itself is no longer a mighty organ of state but a fragment of a Europudding corpora
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Tourism Australia is saying it is very happy with the performance of the money it put into Baz Luhrmann's epic – especially the editorial coverage.
Here is the list of Australian films - 'Mary and Max' and five shorts, which will drag Berliners out of their late winter torpor with a blast of sunshine. Well, locations without snow, anyway.
The new series of American Idol has debuted to an audience of just over 30 million people. Slightly down from last year's 33 million, but executives were not seen sobbing in the hallways.
Good thing the list of approaching Australian releases is enticing; this year's returns inspired no cartwheels. Michael Bodey, btw, is ill-served by his paper's headline, which currently reads, 'Baz L
Geelong-based production company World Wide Entertainment will get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange by a reverse takeover of former finance company Coneco, and in the process get access to
According to a new study, children who do no exercise are less fit than those who do. It is, of course, all down to television and video games - cause you just don't get fat and wheezy lying around r
A company called Lowe joins a company called Rivet. Which name did they choose?
Shot in the shadow of the Nine transmission tower, this show has specially cringy moments for the screen sector, being about some desperate filmmaking wannabes. All our nightmares, really.
Melbourne animation studio Ettamogah Entertainment needs animators - a lot of them! Heaps! Great piles of animators! Junior, senior and lead for a new series. Details in the Jobs section, of cours
Film critic Andrew Urban has launched an online petition. His aim, to bring down Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe. Him - and he hopes - one million friends.
The world is watching the American analog switchoff in mingled fascination and horror, since most governments have resisted the One Big Shock and are taking it all very, very gently. It seems there ma
Screen Daily painstakingly assembles the list of big, fat, flatulent flicks that Hollywood is desperate to promote this year.
14 Jan 2009
Telstra, it seems, has been installing a new technology to light up its spare capacity fibre optices and provide much faster broadband speeds. It's just refusing to use it - until there is a competit
The Irish regulator is examining whether Screentime Shinawil (a subsidiary of Screentime in Australia) breached advertising standards with its product placement in the local version of The Apprentice.
TV junkies around the Herald Sun produce a wishlist which would make 2009 a much better televisual year. Commercial TV owners have a wishlist with only one line: shut up and take what you get..
One step closer. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has lodged its report on the bids to build the network. Won't tell us what's in it, though...
The studios are firmly committed to 3D, but there may not be the cinemas to show it, according to the NYT. Looks like a gambit in the long face-off in which the studios, distributors and exhibitors ne
Yes! It's almost time for the annual gathering of the wolves in Cannes, as networks go shopping for foreign goodies. This year, Beyond Distribution will be taking Chuck’s Day Off, Science Impossible
The path across the great divide between Radio and TV is actually surprisingly short (often less than a season) fraught with danger and lined with people eager to draw blood.
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