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We want 'Mary and Max', the claymation feature from Adam Elliot and Melanie Coombs, to succeed. The team is terrific, the set was enchanting, the industry needs a hit with integrity. So we are watchin
The second round of the WIFT Media Mentorship for Women Program is now underway, and three new mentorship areas have been introduced: Media Law, Interactive Media and Location Management. Tina Kaufman
Feeling its way as a part of a new organisation (and not the one they thought) the research mavens at Screen Australia have released the annual domestic box office backgrounder.
Geelong-based production company World Wide Entertainment will get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange by a reverse takeover of former finance company Coneco, and in the process get access to
Melbourne animation studio Ettamogah Entertainment needs animators - a lot of them! Heaps! Great piles of animators! Junior, senior and lead for a new series. Details in the Jobs section, of cours
The world is watching the American analog switchoff in mingled fascination and horror, since most governments have resisted the One Big Shock and are taking it all very, very gently. It seems there ma
Confirming its international reputation as makers of devilishling sticky online adjuncts to cheesy TV shows, Brisbane's Hoodlum nails an award at 'the inaugural Global Media Award for Outstanding Webs
One really big screen – and 2% of the national box office for The Dark Knight. IMAX just ain't the idiot child it used to be!
On Monday, the Screen Actors Guild started a round of internal talks to work out whether to put the strike option to members. Thirty hours of dealing later...
There were three superhero movies in the top ten: Dark Knight, Iron Man and Hancock; four animated films: Wall-E, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar 2 and Horton Hears a Who, but only one chick flick Sex and t
Geelong-based factual producer World Wide Entertainment has announced that it will list on the ASX from January 19, joining Beyond International as one of Australia's tiny number of listed production
Austrian actor and singer Martin Niedermair speaks to Arts Hub about his upcoming performance of Tell Tale Heart with Barrie Kosky at the Sydney Festival.
Finland may be the home of Santa, but this gang has a much wider sense of cultural history in those Northern forests.. and ten thousand little elves gathered via the interwebnet.
The NSW Film and Television Office has stirred the post-holiday torpor with the decision to open up Aurora, its now venerable project development program, to any team from any state. Equally importan
Australian box office takings have recovered from their recent slump and are up 6% in 2008 to $946 million, according to the Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia. The number even beat
Fancy your stills skills along with the moving stuff? Bored with taking wonderful production stills that go nowhere? Console yourself with a competition..
West Australian agency Screenwest has been having a review, and is now set to break the 1980s consensus that all government money in film and television should be investment, rather than grants. They
Australia and UK-NZ copro Dean Spanley are both on the long list for the 2009 British Academy of Film and Television Awards - with the actors missing out again. The Australia visual effects team will
Australia has been included in the seven semifinalis nominees for the Academy Awards' visual effects statuette. Which means it gets to enter a very strange process.
Scott Wright co-founded visual and physical theatre company ERTH in Ballarat in 1990. The successful company is now housed in Sydney’s newest contemporary arts development, CarriageWorks. Their latest work, premiering at Sydney Festival before touring to Perth, is an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s children’s book, The Nargun and The Stars, featuring puppets, live actors, and digital animation.
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