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'So You Think You Can Dance' spins out of the top 15 this week.
10 Mar 2009
But for now, Hollywood acclaim remains far out of reach for most African filmmakers showing at the FESPACO festival in Burkina Faso last week.
ERIC Bana must have known Jeremy Clarkson would be blunt, but even he looks crestfallen.
Out of Africa rates higher than Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Sunday Night appears to be steadying at around the 1.1 mark.
Nne wins, but the lineup is ordinary. How much TV did you want last night?
Australia prefers to contemplate criminal minds rather than randy famers. After all, the farmers can be found by driving into the country; the criminal minds are rather more difficult to detect.
Victorian distributor Looking Glass International has picked up the worldwide terrestrial distribution rights to the one-hour documentary Secrets of the Dinosaur Mummy, a Discovery Channel Canada comm
NZ On Air has put money into two new comedy series, and a drama one-off. The Laughing Samoans at large (4 x 60') pick up $NZ485,663, while the Naked Samoans will have to share their $NZ1,751,425 with
4Kids Entertainment has signed a home-video licensing agreement for animated series Dinosaur King with Magna Pacific (Australia and New Zealand), the distributor newly-acquired by Beyond International
As TVNZ is caught in a financial vice, it seems that management wants to give a load of cash to Network Seven in Australia, to buy into TiVo which it theoretically has access to anyway..
While producer dad (David Taft) waits for the ABC to broadcast his series Dirt Game, presenter son (Shura Taft) is notching up 100 episodes as the presenter of Nine's Kids WB!.
Not only does Scooby Doo make fifth grade girls aggressive, but Pokemon and Digimon aren't any better. We're talking verbal aggression here, 'cos girls don't own guns. Could lead to more female tele
Remember Bay City from Nomad Films in 1993? Neither did we. But it stars Isla Fisher, who is currently in the box-office hit Confessions of a Shopaholic, and was recently acquired by IP aggregator O
New Zealand broadcaster TV One has picked up $3 million for two strands of documentary programming from NZ On Air. The money will go to Artsville (9 x 60') and the delightfully named "Various" (20 x 6
Carry On Abroad beats Pirates of the Caribbean 3.
Dancers twirl amongst the emergency services workers.
Underbelly keeps its audience at gunpoint, giving Nine a solid win for the night.
What would happen if Underbelly & Packed to the Rafters were on at the same time?
03 Mar 2009
THE makers of a new Australian film about guns and gangs in Sydney's west are devastated that it has been pulled from Greater Union cinema screens on the grounds that some members of the audience turned violent.
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