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12 Jan 2009
HIlarious capsule reviews to 100 stinkers, which lacks even a single film from Australia. And catty attempts to include 'Australia' itself mostly come from comments made by Australians.
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Finland may be the home of Santa, but this gang has a much wider sense of cultural history in those Northern forests.. and ten thousand little elves gathered via the interwebnet.
Fox Sports in the US has completed the first, experimental, live, 3D broadcast of a sporting event to 80 cinemas. There were some technical problems from the headache-inducing perspective.
Agencies and networks will find out in the next month whether Gerry Harvey will make good his threat to cut Harvey Norman's advertising budget by up to 20%.
Some screwy bits about changing cinema fashions (they surely were't predicted when these decisions were made) in a reasonable survey of the chequered history of the Jackson-del Toro production.
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.
Having exited Nine's A Current Affair as too tabloid, veteran journalist Mike Munro will be back on air, on Seven, as co-host of Sunday Night.
'Valkyrie' and 'The Lost Boys' in one single week.
A quote: What gets in the way of more challenging work? "It's fear," she says. "A senior executive told me, 'We are never afraid to try something old'. I believe you have to have courage. It's better
Private equity firm and PBL Media owner is seeking $249 million in compensation from the former owners of its other Australian investment, Stella Group, after the travel company's earnings slumped int
Rowe is an Australian, 'voted one of the world's 100 living geniuses in a global poll', whose hostile attitude to religion was so badly edited on BBC radio that she said the opposite.
The Swiss Army Knife now comes with Bluetooth, a laser-pointer and 32MB of storage. Harald Bluetooth, the boastful, bloodthirsty tenth century Danish king after whome the technology is named would be
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
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.
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