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21 Feb 2009
DECADES after he first documented remote Australia with a 16-millimetre camera, West Australian Malcolm Douglas still can't resist its lure.
FILM festival openings are usually about red carpet opportunities and plugs for sponsors.
A fish-and-chip shop owner rockets onto the national stage, flashes like a comet across the political landscape and ends up dancing with the stars.
Elizabeth Grinston is to be first General Counsel for Screen Australia. She comes from Gilbert + Tobin (a law firm) which is good, because for one heart-stopping moment we confused it with Tobin Brot
Megan Doneman's feature-length documentary Yes Madam, Sir, about India's first female police officer, has picked up a couple of awards and a lot more distribution deals.
Film Australia refugee Mark Hamlyn has a new home and a new job, in the newly-created position, Head of Specialist Factual Television at high end documentary producer ScreenWorld.
Territory based director Warwick Thornton’s feature film 'Samson & Delilah' is set to premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival this Friday, 20 February 2009.
Staging Connections has promoted Haig Walker to general manager of Staging Connections Melbourne. Walker, who is currently in a similar role for the company in New Zealand, takes up his new position
BBC Worldwide has acquired a 25% stake Stephen Fry's UK production company Sprout, and will take over programme distribution and DVD sales for its productions. Sprout joins other production companies
The University of Technology, Sydney will be the new home for $17 million in Commonwealth funding (aka the Creative Industries Innovation Centre), which aims to assist businesses in the sector.
Family night on Seven looks like being a winner in 2009 as well.
Underbelly keeps all of its audience from last week and Ladette to Lady premieres well.
17 Feb 2009
"IT'S so nice to be doing an interview in my tracksuit pants," says Bojana Novakovic, who has just finished filming three Hollywood movies back to back.
He's broken through the colour barriers on Australian TV, but actor Aaron Pedersen has bigger personal and political ambitions.
Cricket hits a one point six and out, leaving Nine chirping.
'Blankety Blanks' rates higher that 'Fawlty Towers'.
16 Feb 2009
A man has been charged with a number of copyright offences after he allegedly filmed movies at a western Sydney drive-in.
Film after film in the 59th Berlinale, which began on Feb. 5 and concludes on Sunday, has sounded some version of an internationalist message — the world is shrinking, the world is flat, we are the world — as if filmmakers were measuring the worth and seriousness of their work in terms of geographic scope.
Cineplex benefits as movie industry holds its own during tough times. 'I think it's a form of escapism for people'
The NSW Film and Television Industry Attraction Fund (FIAF) will be used to provide a payroll tax rebate to Southern Star Entertainment to produce the new drama series Rescue (13 x 60') in the state,
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