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01 Aug 2014
In Hollywood, more than half of all movies are book adaptations, while in Australia it's less than 20%
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MIFF 2013 began with a European flurry of umbrellas and ended with an audience divided by Predestination. The fun has begun.
Wootton discusses creative bravery, film bureaucracy and tax credits, as well as mavericks, spies and tough guys.
Short and sweet - 5th of September, expressions of interest, Enterprise Growth and Enteprise stories...
Having realised it is standing in a minefield it laid itself, Screen Australia is holding its breath for another round of talks.
Pushed by name directors, studios will agree to take a set amount of Kodak film to keep the division going.
A film beholden to details best whispered than shouted, but relishing them too much in their meaning than their function.
The trans-Tasman partnership focus on the production of new documentary, factual and drama programming.
He did suggest however that rights holders be tactical in their decisions about who to sue.
Madman Entertainment has now consummated the deal to buy itself back, and is bullish about its own future.
The program will support the development of commercially successful, Australian created television and movie screenplays.
31 Jul 2014
The documentary makes an effort in disclosing the ‘normal’ lives of successful musicians; their lives are not exactly glamorous.
The NFSA has been conducting a fence-mending exercise with stakeholders after its recent restructure drew an angry reaction.
From its use of vividly coloured backdrops, fake plants and drapes that act as doors, the film carries a deeply theatrical style.
Advanced age is the new black thanks to a new style icon lauded in the documentary Advanced Style.
Danish director Berit Madsen’s documentary follows Iranian young woman, Sepideh, from the ages of 16 to 18.
The new Screen Australia Enterprise scheme has moved from hope to facet and is now open for business.
The very definition of a three-hander, it follows that The Infinite Man highlights a cast tasked with plenty and delivering more.
30 Jul 2014
Reality Check takes a light-hearted but analytical look at the reality television genre.
Maya the Bee was completed just last week and has already sold theatrically to over 92 territories.
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