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Film Victoria has announced $7 million in loans from its Cash Flow Facility against the Producers Offset covering seven projects – and the average loan would be…
Late last year it looked like the City of Bunbury in WA was going to stuff up a major animation deal – but intervention by the South West Regional Development Corporation will now see the deal go thro
19 Jan 2009
Rumours are rife on games sites that Pandemic (owned by EA) are closing their Brisbane studio. If it turns out to be true, what happens to the IP?
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Unlucky Miles for cannibalised characters at the hands of Michael James Rowland and his Irish producer, Nial Fulton, in a very meaty production.
The advocates of restrictions on food advertising during children's television failed to achieve national regulation, and shifted the fight to the states. Queensland will get cabinet papers on the is
Uncensored too. Up against a bunch of local comedies. Have they dubbed the film? What would Nicole sound like then?
David Michod and Angie Fiedler scored twice, along with some other ace films at the 2009 Flickerfest Awards. Flickerfest now goes to Byron Bay, Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine, Adelaide, Narrabri, Gu
Australia's Chinese distributor is predicting another good non-US result for the film, and growling mildly at the critics. The film opens in Shanghai on January 28.
Out at the Strictly Practical Unglamorous Nuts and Bolts End of the Biz, the South Australian Film Corporation has worked out a neat service to offer nationally - disbursement.
SBS has cleared a million viewers, who prefer to watch cars than drive around them on hot summer nights.
In a rare moment of agreement, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is supporting Telstra's court case against the Australian Competition Tribunal decision that last year overturned an A
FQ Films is the Beyond International brand that distributes gay and lesbian DVD in Australia. The label will be sponsoring the Audience Award at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
Some actor interview are intelligent. Others... are not! "America has lots of money … in Neighbours there was about 30 people sharing a trailer and the canteen was not great [but] in Hollywood you h
The Jewish Journal provides perhaps the most idiosyncratic take on the film so far. Did you know that director Max (sic) Elliot 'is 'the son of a trampoline salesman, grew up on an (unkosher) prawn f
Warragul's finest goes national, moves on from radio mike.
Two weeks ago, The Last Man, due to be filmed in Queensland and produced and directed by Fred Schepisi, joined as producer by Martin Brown, Warwick Young, and George Mannix, lost a crucial piece of it
Women in the UK games industry are actually earning more than their male counterparts. There aren't a lot of them, but they are earning more.
Queensland distributor Lionsgate looks set to be bought by either Lionsgate of FremantleMedia, following the collapse of its owner, Destra. Magna narrowly avoided an on-market takeover by Lionsgate i
James Packer is selling the family yacht, putting of the purchase of a new jet, and having doubts about a swimming pool. Life, it seems, is tough.
A marginally more intelligent-than-normal interview with an actor - in this case Toni Collette talking about her split personality role in the US television drama The United States of Tara.
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