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'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...'
FremantleMedia is in pre-production on a fourth series of The Farmer Wants A Wife, with series three due to go to air on Nine in February. This means that they "are now casting farmers". There is a
ABC Enterprises' general manager of ABC Retail, Doug Walker, left his position on 6 January. ABC Centres manager Christine Falconer is acting general manager until further notice.
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
'SHOW me a politician who made no mistakes and I'll show you Gough Whitlam,' Melbourne columnist Catherine Deveny once wrote.
THEATRE people often need day jobs - or even night jobs. Stuart Day and Quinton Dunne have been juggling them for years.
MELBOURNE'S ballet scene will be hit by a maroon invasion next month.
Like many others, drama teacher Heather Timms has always loved Arundhati Roy’s intriguing novel of family life in Kerala in southern India, The God of Small Things.
Busker George Kamikawa combines a Japanese background and love of blues music to surprise and entertain passers-by.
Hailed as the most ambitious American play of our time, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America – Part One: Millennium Approaches is a magnificent celebration of survival.
Year 12 AIM High student Danielle Meng selected as lead singer for parade just two years after starting singing.
The State Government is calling for applications for funding of significant arts and cultural events in Western Australia in 2009.
Australia Council support will help five contemporary music managers break into international markets.
AFTRS Director of Radio Steve Ahern will leave the Australian Film Television and Radio School this month after 11 years with the organisation.
Dan Clancey’s surprising and hilarious Permanently Engaged was the Judge’s Choice as the winner of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 Week 0 at Newtown Theatre and becomes the first play to be invited to participate in the Gala Final of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 at the Seymour centre on February 20th and 21st.
The cream of South Australia's queer artists are set to converge on Melbourne this month as part of Midsumma - Victoria's premiere queer arts and cultural festival.
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