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Australian content is increasingly valuable at MIPTV. Our rep goes beyond the obvious in the first of two detailed parts.
Cineflix has been a major purveyor of Australian and New Zealand TV content. And a successful one at that. But they are picky..
The international documentary tranche from Screen Australia gives comfort to independent producers with a yen to travel.
ABC International and Australia Network have announced an agreement with the Shanghai Media Group.
Parer’s War is a film about our most remembered filmmaker, who redefined the craft of war correspondence with a Bell and Howell.
Are Australian crime shows just afternoon fodder on the world's screens? Kriston PD hunts the truth on the Croisette.
After a weekend of increasing media pressure on the ABC cuts question, SPA produces a gambit of its own.
The key to power in television is to remain firmly in control. Hence the email interview....
Like the shows, the list of sales companies handling Australian non-factual product is growing.
What Australian factual content is on offer at MIPTV? A handy guide to the doc universe with an Aussie angle.
Laszlo Kriston sums up six months of trend-spotting in the lead up to televisual shenanigans on the Croisette.
Scott Ludlum and Paul Fletcher will at least provide some sector experience in Parliament, though they are poles apart.
Dale Henderson, Steadicam veteran, is flying his own squadron of remote-controlled camera platforms. Safely.
Everett De Roche, prolific screenwriter and long-time member of the Australian Writers Guild, has died after a battle with cancer.
Producer Anna Vincent is currently deep in production on the Untitled Jim Loach Project.
At the end of his tenure as chair of the Screen Australia board, Glen Boreham reflects on pride, fear, and the magic number six.
The World Summit on Media for Children is emerging for its triennial challenge to complacency in Kuala Lumpur in September.
Saving Mr Banks was Ian Collie’s first feature film after a large amount of television drama.
A rundown of the mainstream reports on the return of Lachlan to the family fold. But what about the invisible Elisabeth?
Thursday doing well for the ABC, unlike Wednesday, as Nine beats Seven without the conquering cooks.
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