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05 Jan 2009
The Waterworld Safari water park in Phoenix has been acquired by Village, with a plan to invest $US25 million. Can water parks rise from the ashes?
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Shooting Star Picture Company subsidiary CinemaLive has confirmed a deal with UK exhibitor VUE Cinemas to take their live coverage of The Wiggles content on to 40 screens. CinemaLive is a wholly-owned
To be taken along with a large dose of scepticism - apparently Russell Crowe wants Ridley Scott fired from Nottingham.
Universal Pictures has sold its low budget feature division, Rogue, to Relativity Media for approximately $US150 million. Why? Universal is owned by NBC Universal is owned by finance company GE. An
Wrapping up the studio performance for 2008, Australia has taken $US45.5 million in the US domestic market (at the bottom of studio expectations, but international box office looks like finishing well
Both Anthony Lucas’ My Rabbit Hoppy and Dennis Tupicoff’s Chainsaw have been selected for the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, along with Ren? Hernandez’ The Ground Beneath and Sean Kruck’s Summ
Not what you would call an overwhelmingly successful Oscar noms list for Australian screen people. But the craft awards have their usual sprinkle of familiar names.
The manageyourfilm.com portal allows you to produce your film online! All you need is Internet access.
19 Dec 2008
The next instalment of the Narnia chronicles was due to shoot in Mexico, but there was a little problem with a drug war. The production needs a big water tank. Queensland has a big water tank. Spec
Luhrmann reckons he won't work with Kidman any more because too many life-transforming things happen when he does. She claims that 'I obviously have creative blood in me and it needs to come out in so
Australian features $9.99 and The Black Balloon will join New Zealand's Dean Spanley on the program of the Palm Springs Film Festival.
That's the rumour.
Almost a year after his death, Pip is remembered at an event at ACMI tomorrow at 4.30pm.
It turns out that Tim Boyle, the writer on newly-announced feature The Phantom Legacy is also a blogger. He's done some chronicling of the scriptwriting process online.
From out of the fog of hope and fear, the industry watches the face of Screen Australia gradually condensing on the windscreen of the truck called life. 'Hands off the wiper button!' screamed Jack...
Deadline Hollywood Daily is a very sharp website. It seems that the leaky ship of 'Australia' launched upon the world public is not going to sully the reputation of its determined captain.
Robin Hood is the bosses' man, in amongst current news and links. More and more A list actors agree.
Paramount put bluetooth hotspots - delivering mobile content to consumers - inside Hoyts foyers to promote three movies. They reckon it was a roaring success.
17 Dec 2008
This report from The Independent. Seeing a controversy through English eyes can be bloody uncomfortable.
Screen Australia has announced the outcome of its December board meeting. These are the people getting the presents, but there does seem to be a plague of teenage dancing girls – and some of th
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