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Film Victoria's Industry & Audience Development Officer, Blythe Chandler, is off to the hallowed servers of academe, where she will be General Manager of online culture journal Senses of Cinema. Rebo
19 Jan 2009
Tony Hart, whose work on TV made art accessible to children, has died aged 83.
Acclaimed in America, but British awards ignore director and star of 'Happy Go Lucky'
'Slumdog Millionaire' and countless other films could not have happened if it weren't for Channel 4's Tessa Ross.
Home-grown film-makers have never looked so promising since Chariots of Fire.
A family friend says Eartha Kitt, the singer, dancer and actress has died. She was 81.
A new film may have brought Harvey Milk back to life, but his spirit has always ruled the Castro cinema.
We’ve all heard about dumbing down. But there is plenty of evidence that the opposite is also true. Is this, in fact, the age of mass intelligence?
By shining a spotlight on the terrorists, the filmmakers have left themselves open to accusations that they are legitimizing or glamorizing violence through artistic means.
Tourism Australia is saying it is very happy with the performance of the money it put into Baz Luhrmann's epic – especially the editorial coverage.
With the AIDC now only weeks away, 22 teams are now practicing their 'trust me' expressions and paring down the text on their brochures to face the sources of international support.
Foxtel has picked up nine series from Mentorn International, including: three series of US reality show Work Out; four UK police series: Motorway Cops, Shops, Robbers and Videotape, and Night Cops ser
New Zealand-German copro feature The Strength of Water, from Auckland-based director Armagan Ballantyne, has been selected for the 38th Rotterdam International Film Festival (VPRO Tiger Awards Competi
Here is the list of Australian films - 'Mary and Max' and five shorts, which will drag Berliners out of their late winter torpor with a blast of sunshine. Well, locations without snow, anyway.
'Campbell says his approach to the film was inspired by the idea that, in many cases, animation can feel very sincere and live-action can feel completely synthetic...'
Yes! It's almost time for the annual gathering of the wolves in Cannes, as networks go shopping for foreign goodies. This year, Beyond Distribution will be taking Chuck’s Day Off, Science Impossible
The Nine Network reckons that their coverage of last night's TWENTY20 cricket match attracted a peak of 2.682 million viewers, and averaged 2.160 million, winning every demographic in the process.
First we take Sundance, then we take Berlin.... the Coombs Elliot combo have made to the Berlin Film Festival as well, like 'Black Balloon' last year.
The six recipients of the $10,000 development or completion tranche from ScreenACT for the second round in 2008 have been announced.
Harvie is Chairman of Austereo Group Limited since 1997, is on the board of Village Roadshow, and is now on the Council of the Australian National Maritime Museum. Bringing 'extensive experience in me
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