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14 Jan 2009
Carol Bartz is Yahoo!’s new chief executive. Bartz is the former CEO and current board member of Autodesk, the maker of Max and Maya software.
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'Campbell says his approach to the film was inspired by the idea that, in many cases, animation can feel very sincere and live-action can feel completely synthetic...'
Hong Kong has signed a groupr of ICT MOU's with Australians - 'The MoU were made with Portable Film Festival, Electronics and ICT Association (EICTA), Australian Information and Industry Association (
Paul Johnson, the longtime television director at Reed MIDEM (organiser of MIPCOM and MIPTV), will leave the company in mid-March. Obviously still got one last event left in him.
OzTAM figures showed a little-changed ratings story for Peter Overton's first bulletin as Nine News presenter - 290,000 viewers, 72,000 fewer than Seven's Sydney 6pm news. Nine was also beaten by the
The six recipients of the $10,000 development or completion tranche from ScreenACT for the second round in 2008 have been announced.
Harvie is Chairman of Austereo Group Limited since 1997, is on the board of Village Roadshow, and is now on the Council of the Australian National Maritime Museum. Bringing 'extensive experience in me
Frederic Boyer, a member of the Selection Committee for Quinzaine des Realisateurs (Directors' Fortnight), will be visiting Australia in February, to view new Australian feature films for possible sel
The NSW Film and Television Office has stirred the post-holiday torpor with the decision to open up Aurora, its now venerable project development program, to any team from any state. Equally importan
12 Jan 2009
More work experience journalism from the Fairfax press. Could this be the future?
Australian box office takings have recovered from their recent slump and are up 6% in 2008 to $946 million, according to the Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia. The number even beat
As expected, Ledger was awarded Best Supporting Actor at the Globes. Deadline Hollywood Daily does a wonderfully vicious account of the whole tawdry affair.. and we love her for it.
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.
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.
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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