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18 Mar 2009
PARIS — Hand it to the French. Who else would pick an economic collapse as a time to unveil one of the most audacious urban plans in recent memory?
Vanessa Beecroft's art shocks many viewers. And a new film suggests her method can be just as controversial.
Usually they're spotted and snapped at the city's coolest clubs and parties but yesterday, six of Melbourne's sassiest "It girls" braved daylight to appear in a free catwalk show at Federation Square. Danny Avidan, CEO of Discovery Group, owners of fashion brands including Charlie Brown and the hip young Lili featured yesterday, mustered the women, aged 19 to 27, to celebrate the impact celebritie
The National Gallery of Australia unveiled its latest acquisition yesterday.
Metro Screen has recently been appointed Metropolitan East coordinator by TAFE NSW for the 2009 ArtStart Youth Arts and Skills program.
The Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) has announced the five Territory feature films, and three interstate feature film projects that will be developed through IGNITE, a new initiative aimed at nurturing the development of feature films in the Territory.
Barbie Thumbelina beat Carry On England.
Rogue Nation makes it into the top 15 list on a night when Nine won overall.
Advertising agency Banjo has beaten M&C Saatchi for the Freeview account, which includes all above the line and retail creative work for the digital television platform. McCann Worldgroup won digital
The Australian Financial Review reports that Network Ten has lost one of its advertisers as it sells advertising packages for its sport digital TV channel and the main channel. Sony Australia decided
The first production for Foxtel out of Sarah Murdoch's Room 329 Productions will be a four part documentary, about the Pride of Australia Awards. Funny thing about the Pride of Australia Awards…
Nine swaps with Seven, ABC holds firm - good on Thursday - while SBS proves that it really does not have the money to run a seven day service.
Not a bad spread of Australian shows. Seven wins because Australia has talent.
West Australian Newspapers Holdings aims to reduce the costs of its website, thewest.com.au, through a deal with Yahoo!7. The deal will see Yahoo!7 assume responsibility for managing the website, as w
Ten hits second place, beating Nine by a whisker.
FremantleMedia Enterprises has been appointed the exclusive licensing agent for Paramount Licensing in Australia and New Zealand. They get to handle the branded merchandise for classics Grease and ne
Derbyshire born actor John Hurt CBE has been confirmed as the new patron of QUAD, Derby's centre for art and film.
Supported by the NSW Film and Television Office [NSW FTO] and run by Metro Screen this mentorship is open to all Indigenous and Torres Straight Islander screenmakers.
Territory based director Warwick Thornton’s feature film 'Samson & Delilah' has won the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival Audience Award for Best Feature Film.
Designed as a strategic support mechanism for companies actively exploiting growth opportunities, CirceFilms will use the Screen Business Venture Program to support the setting up of their new division for branded digital content.
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