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Beijing: inaugural BJIFF selects 3 Kiwi films

The inaugural Beijing International Film Festival kicks off on the weekend, offering somewhere in the region of 180 titles over…

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God's Fools: enchanting French train enthusiasts

The 20th Cinerail Film Festival in Paris is truly cute - films have to feature trains, and the jury combines…

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AIDC 2011: Surfing the storm into 3D

Storm Surfers mutatess as Marcus Gillezeau from Firelight Productions continues to exploit the idea and the assets through new formats.

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AIDC 2011: ABC Open

ive hdurnd groos five hudnred worslhops., thousands of peole..

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Cutting Edge: staff changes provoke ideas on the evolution of the sector

Simon Hollingworth from Brisbane company Cutting Edge wanted to discuss changes in the sector. Why don't you write this down…

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Movie Piracy: a few thoughts

The latest figures from AFACT about downloaded piracy have attracted the ire once again of Electronic Frontiers Australia, and a…

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AIDC: the guestlist grows, with only fourteen sleeps to go

Residents of the Mornington Peninsula look out! Alan Cumming and the melting clocks are on their way, bringing the Dali…

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Fred Bestall: Dali 3D arriving from another dimension

Residents of the Mornington Peninsula look out! Alan Cumming and the melting clocks are on their way, bringing the Dali…

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AIDC: the guestlist grows, with only fourteen sleeps to go

The AIDC is continuing to confirm guests like a kid in a lollyshop. There are some impressive people and some…

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Stacey Parks: DIY funding and distro

Stacey Parks will soon be arriving in Adelaide to conduct a workshop on how to make, market and sell films…

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