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07 Jan 2009
DreamWorks Animation will give away 150 million pairs of 3D glasses so Super Bowl viewers can watch a 90-second, 3D sneak preview of animated feature Monsters vs. Aliens during the game on February 1
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Nine has acquired the new series Superstars of Dance from Big Red 2 Entertainment, with Nigel Lythgoe and Simon Fuller (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance) as EPs. According to the publicity,
Autodesk has announced today that it has expanded its portfolio of Macintosh 2D and 3D software tools. The three new 2009 products for Mac OS X are Autodesk Toxik procedural compositing software, Auto
Australia and UK-NZ copro Dean Spanley are both on the long list for the 2009 British Academy of Film and Television Awards - with the actors missing out again. The Australia visual effects team will
Beyond Distribution has picked up the second series of Open Mind's pre-school series Numberjacks (20 x 15') to add to the success of series one (45 x 15'). Beyond has sold the first series into more
This is real footage of a real Monster Truck rally in Brisbane. Making the people and trucks look like animated toys is just a trick - but it's one hell of a trick!
Electronics manufacturer LG has launched an internet ready television set, and a deal with Netflix that will give buyers access to download the video companies massive movie library.
The UK's regulator, Ofcom, is about to hand its recommendations to government - and it is unlikely that British broadcasting will ever be the same again.
IndieWire interviews Mary & Max director Adam Elliot ahead of the film opening the Sundance Film Festival.
2:37 director Murali Thalluri''s next project Jewel has been selected for the Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum in March. The forum is market arm of the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
New Zealand soap Shortland Street has run foul of the country's Broadcasting Standards Authority, which ruled that a beating depicted on the show was likely to frighten and disturb younger viewers,
Autodesk will not renew its development license with The Foundry. In 2007, The Foundry bought the compositing software Nuke from Digital Domain - a rival to both Autodesk's software-based products inc
BAZ Luhrmann's Australia has passed Moulin Rouge in Australian box office earnings. Twentieth Century Fox has announced that as of New Year's Day, the film had taken $28.8 million in five-and-a-half
Travel guide publisher and television producer Lonely Planet will get a new CEO in March. Matthew Goldberg, a senior vice president at Dow Jones, will report to Marcus Arthur, BBC Worldwide’s managin
Australia has been included in the seven semifinalis nominees for the Academy Awards' visual effects statuette. Which means it gets to enter a very strange process.
Having been caught out by a legal ruling on the media ownership laws, Prime Media Group and Macquarie Media Group have worked out a neat solution - swapping. Prime will give Macqurie its 50% of Mildu
The economics of Foxtel, DVD hire and movie piracy on the household budget - including carbon offsets. A very cheeky look at what's on offer, and why it just isn't competitive.
Five years and 35,000 lawsuits later, the Recording Industry Association of America has abandoned its strategy of suing people it accuses of music piracy in favour of collaborative deals with internet
Veteran journalist Paul Goldstein muses on why producers lie to journalists about film budgets - using Australia as a useful example.
According to Paul Uniacke (VideoEzy) DVD rentals are up, while DVD sales are flat as people stay home to save money, but put off purchasing until the price falls.
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