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The Screenwriters' Conference, soon to decorate the balmy Barossa nights with erudite snark and polysyllabic questions, is going for feistiness this time around.
Sixteen from six hundred - while a few newcomers hang in, the field is dominated as usual by experience and connections, which is the point of the competition really.
05 Feb 2009
That's not the actual headline on this study - but it is an equal and valid interpretation of the data - as another scientist kindly points out lower down in the text. Otherwise, folks, you're going
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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.
04 Feb 2009
The Kirby family (of Village Roadshow fame) have been very active political donors to the ALP. It is possible they intend to turn Sydney into a large theme park...
The Australian Directors' Guild popped up on Monday night with a public forum in Sydney called Grass. The guild is spearheading change on greenhouse emissions which will flow through the screen sector
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
Australian horror film Prey (Top Cat Films) has been picked up by small DVD distributor Xenon Pictures (who also took Kenny), with a side deal to Lionsgate in the US, and Universal in Canada.
The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema. This completes the drama picture; documentary is still to come. The future takes shape with some new shapers of the national cinema
Sales of Seven's TiVo PVR are reported to be much lower than expected, with Foxtel branded boxes dominating the market. Of course, only 12-15% of Australian households have bothered to acquire a PVR
The ADG is hosting the premiere of Mark Gould and Sally Ingleton's documentary, "Tibet: Murder in the Snow' in Sydney.
Actor Hugh Sheridan (Packed to the Rafters) is going to present Play School.
Recommended by no less a back-room maven than Julie Marlow, here is a neat encapsulation of film marketing, including this bon-mot: 'Marketing, very often, is selling what you don’t have; itR
Carol Thatcher, BBC roving reporter and daughter of the infamous Margaret, is facing a ban for referring to a tennis player as a golliwog. Her advisory team, headed by Rupert Bear and Eeyore, advised
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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