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The Adelaide Film Festival has announced that producer Jan Chapman (The Piano, Lantana will receive the 2009 Don Dunstan Award for an outstanding contribution to the Australian film industry. In the
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,
Stanley & Dean, a short animated comedy created by Adelaide filmmakers for viewing on mobile phones, has enjoyed a successful year on the international film festival circuit and has now secured distr
10 Feb 2009
Arts and Screen Industry Support provides funding to arts organisations, development opportunities for creative expression, support to festivals, grants for arts and screen projects and training and development opportunities for film makers and artists.
With a brand new slate of courses, a fantastic new building located in the heart of the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney’s Moore Park and the largest number of students ever enrolled at the nation’s iconic film, television and radio School (AFTRS) - 2009 is set to be the liveliest and most productive on record.
Western Australians living in regional communities will continue to have access to much needed funds for arts and cultural projects through the Federal Government’s funding program, the Regional Arts Fund (RAF).
Hoyts Cinemas will donate $2 from every movie ticket sold this Sunday
15th February to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal fund.
09 Feb 2009
These were not movies that carried the spectator along through a clear train of events and logically ordered emotions, but movies that stopped and started, stuttered and repeated themselves. They didn’t move forward as much as they continually exploded in your face.
Television advertisements are adjusting to the recession more speedily than the programming they bracket. The most direct and bleakest ads cluster around morning cable news shows, echoing the latest stock market dips and unemployment figures. They grow gentler and more sparse around daytime soap operas and talk shows. By prime time, the messages are oblique.
List and bios: the next generation cometh.
06 Feb 2009
In the last of our series on unsung heroes in the arts, Leo Benedictus follows Channel 4's all-star new comedy from shoot to screen.
As Germany looks forward to the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall, city's international film festival is putting the spotlight on films made in East Germany and its former communist-bloc neighbours.
Film based on memoir of the author is announced, but no casting decisions yet made.
05 Feb 2009
CHANNEL NINE faces being stripped of some of the profits from the second Underbelly series if it shows the sizzling program in the wrong timeslot.
Some say the Oscar contender is 'poverty porn,' but that criticism misconstrues the nature of art.
Opponents say a provision to qualify new projects for an immediate 50% write-off is unnecessary and cite January's box-office haul of $1.03 billion.
Baz Luhrman's Australia has plunged from number two to number ten in the piracy top ten, as W (which has Omnilab money in it) debuts on the list at number nine – as we try to keep you informed on who
04 Feb 2009
IF Australia is a failure, as is conventional thinking, its director Baz Luhrmann might be singing from The Producers' songbook, Where Did We Go Right? As the shonky producer, Max, sings in Mel Brooks's musical: "How could this happen? The show was lousy and long; we did everything wrong. Where did we go right?"
Heath Ledger's domination of the Hollywood awards season has continued with the late Australian actor honoured at the last major ceremony before next month's Oscars.
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