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The 40% Producers Offset has lured superannuation veteran Bruce Sherlock back into the film business – with the announcement of a $130 million production of The Phantom Legacy to be produced next year
15 Dec 2008
Print people admiring tv people - twice in one week. This time about Seven and drama. And the power of local content for local punters.
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The debate about the use of recreations is much more about the kind of subjects different filmmakers choose, though the real issue is often about quality. Crap is crap, whatever the theory.
The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF 2008), the MIFF Premiere Fund today has opened its application process for Round Five with a call for submissions that closes on January 9, 2009.
Following the recent announcement of Sex and the City's Darren Star featuring at the 2009 National Screenwriters Conference, the Australian Writers Guild is delighted to announce that David Weiss, one
Nice to end the year with a weird story. The BBC has announced that it will suspend its coverage of the 2009 Crufts dog show after a BBC One documentary exposed the health problems of pedigree dogs.
The SMH diligently reports Hollywood Reporter's discovery that the rebate may be a quarter of the film's total budget. We are not so certain of those numbers, which incorporate a healthy post componen
Selling net filters should have been easy. Child pornography is bad. But so is restricting internet access on the way to blocking it, says an astonishing coalition of groups and companies. Oh. Yai
The SA industry representative group ran a forum which looked at the new proposals for both the Film and Screen Centre, and $4m to support local features. Unsurprisingly, local filmmakers are very hap
Telstra has been excluded from the national broadband network tendering process on a technicality. Maybe. The government's intention is very clear. Proposals will be excluded if they do not include
The votes have been counted and the winners of the 2008 LOVE YOUR WORK! Awards announced at the lively and well-attended screenings held at Cinema Nova, Carlton on Tuesday 9 December and Wednesday 10
Sydney and Melbourne are both in the running for the $150 million superhero feature The Green Lantern. The smart money is on Melbourne getting the gig.
Hugh Jackman will be hosting the Oscars - and you only get that gig if you're not going to win one. Otherwise there might be a nasty conflict of interest!
The Tourism Australia advertising campaign, based on the film Australia is again being dubbed a failure. It is important to remember, however, that Fox is following the same release schedule as they
In an interview, Minister Conroy told Phillip Hudson of the SMH that acknowledges the need for more ABC and SBS cash, and that he will campaign for it.
Hoyts’ aggressive innovation strategy: IMAX partnership will deliver the world’s most immersive movie experience to multiplexes in Australia.
Beyond’s programming recently launched at MIPCOM has again hit the spot with worldwide buyers.
Telstra's strategy of submitting only an outline of the national broadband network tender appears to have backfired, with the committee using a technicality - and a difficult one to challenge legally
"Boned" by Nine, and now dumped by Seven at the end of her one year contract, Jessica Rowe could be forgiven if she shook her fist at the gods and denied them a cut of the Christmas turkey.
Network Ten CEO Grant Blackley won't be at the AGM on Thursday, even though both its share price and advertising revenue have fallen drastically this year.
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