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My name is Frank Kelly, I'm an Irish filmmaker, based in Ireland, and I'm in the middle of putting together a very unique global film project. I need 140 filmmakers world wide to take part....
Kelly Lefever, moderator of the Telling Personal Stories session at the National Screenwriters Conference believes that there has been a recent backlash against the telling of personal stories, and wo
Rolf de Heer at last count has made 16 films. A fine effort for a man who wasn’t even sure he wanted to go to film school and whose first language wasn’t English. He spoke at the National Screenwriter
Omnilab Media seems to know a good production partner when they see one, with more Mapp family money turning up alongside Hyde Park Entertainment Group and Platinum Studio's Dead of Night, its partner
UK distributor Target Entertainment Group has picked up observational documentary series The Recruits (13x60'), made by Australian producer Cordell Jigsaw for Network Ten. The show follows recruits t
27 Feb 2009
BORN in Argentina, the 33-year-old filmmaker and programmer Leandro Palacio compares Melbourne to "Buenos Aires without the stress".
ZDF Enterprises and Nickelodeon have signed a deal for tween live action series, The Elephant Princess (26x30) from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions. Nickelodeon channels across Europe, including the U.K
Taffy Entertainment has signed a worldwide—except Australia, New Zealand, China and parts of Southeast Asia—distribution deal with SLR Productions for the animated comedy series GASP. The series is p
Screen Australia has appointed Chris Oliver as Senior Manager, State and Industry Partnerships. He will assist the agency in working more closely with the state screen agencies and screen practitioners throughout the country.
26 Feb 2009
The producer of a film adaptation of Robert Drewe's novel The Drowner says the project is expected to cost up to $60 million, making it the most expensive film ever made in Western Australia.
Universal's Robin Hood movie is slowly getting its arrows lined up in the quiver.
25 Feb 2009
New Yorker Films, the distributor that helped introduce American moviegoers to the works of Bernardo Bertolucci, Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Ousmane Sembène, announced on Monday that it was going out of business after 44 years.
Screen Australia announced that it would revert its recoupment entitlement in favour of the producer, for all production investments approved by Screen Australia after 1 January 2009.
Previous attempts by Schwarzenegger to secure such credits have been torpedoed by lawmakers who viewed them as a handout to Hollywood. But those arguments weakened amid mounting evidence that other states were poaching jobs from Southern California.
1.2m people tuned in to watch Hugh hosting the Oscars.
'Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em' beats 'Mortal Combat'.
ABC Commercial has pulled off a positive plethora of format sales for Zapruder's Other Film's The Gruen Tranfer. Endemol France, Fremantle Portugal, ONTV Spain, Nordisk Film Denmark, Rapid Blue South
Seven's 'Sunday Night' drops another 300,000, helping put Seven into third place for the night.
23 Feb 2009
Newcastle filmmaker Genevieve Clay has won Tropfest 2009 with her short film Be My Brother.
Australian Heath Ledger has become only the second actor in Oscars history to win a posthumous Academy Award.
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