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Seven cities to screen Tropfest in february

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Food stalls, live music and interactive film events are what can be expected when Tropfest kicks off around the nation on Sunday 17 February 2013. Sixteen lucky finalists will have their work screened to a massive audience at LIVE events across Australia.   Venues include: Suncorp Piazza in Brisbane, the Wollongong Botanic Gardens, Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Perth’s Bohemia Outdoor Cinema, Commonwealth Park in Canberra, Circle on Cavill in Surfers Paradise and of c...

Visit Cinefest-OZ!

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  visiit our Cinefest-OZ page for regular news and updates: http://www.filmfestivals.com/en/blog/cinefest_oz   -CINEFEST OZ 2012 OFFICIAL PRESS- "CinéfestOZ showcases extraordinary Australian and French films over five days (22 – 26 August) each year. Through feature film premieres and a highly anticipated film selection, the Film Festival draws a diverse audience and attracts filmmakers and actors from throughout Australia. "In its fifth year,...

Handa Opera On Sydney Harbour; Red Carpet

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Earlier this evening Mrs Macquarie’s Chair hosted the red carpet event for Handa Opera. It was one for Opera buffs and a few politicians showed up also, including NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell. Fortunately the rain stayed away, which was a relief for organisers. Well done to everyone who helped organise the event, and we wish them commercial success with the production which is understood to be world class. Press Release La Traviata: Handa Opera On Sydney...

Hard Rock Cafe Darling Sydney Harbour To Host Celeb Grand Opening

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Hard Rock Cafe Darling Sydney Harbour To Host Celeb Grand Opening Hard Rock Cafe will officially launch in Sydney tomorrow (December 6,) when the Hard Rock Cafe in Darling Harbour host its grand opening with guest celebs and lots of loud music. There's even going to be an open air concert for the general public, including free live performances of Jessica Sutta (formerly Pussycat Dolls), DJ Lethal (Limp Bizkit, House of Pain), ...

Eskimo Joe and Pnau at Russian Standard Vodka Live at the Chapel, by Eva Rinaldi

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Eskimo Joe and Pnau at Russian Standard Vodka Live at the Chapel, by Eva Rinaldi Eskimo Joe is back in Sydney, Australia, with a gig at Live At The Chapel (aka St Stephens Church, Newton). If you didn't know the group is an Australian alternative rock band formed by Stuart MacLeod on guitars, Joel Quartermain on drums and guitar and Kavyen Temperley on bass guitar and vocals, in East Fremantle, Western Australia in 1997. Thei...

Kellan Lutz and Sharni Vinson; Entertainment Industry Power Couple On The Rise - 22nd November 2011

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Kellan Lutz and Sharni Vinson; Entertainment Industry Power Couple On The Rise - 22nd November 2011 Ladies and gentlemen... plenty of hunks and babes in 'Sin City' Sydney at the moment with the GQ 'Man Of The Year' Awards and all. Spotted at Sydney International Airport yesterday were Kellan Lutz and his Australian lady friend Sharni Vinson. The power couple (or power team) if they prefer, are down under for the GQ Man of th...

Sculpture By Sea At Sydney's Bondi Beach; Everyone's A Winner, by Eva Rinaldi

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Sculpture By Sea At Sydney's Bondi Beach; Everyone's A Winner, by Eva Rinaldi - 20th November 2011 It wasn't Sculpture By The Sea that motivated Paul Selwood to become a sculpture artist, but rather the architecture of the Sydney Opera House. On Thursday Selwood snatched the top prize at Bondi's 15th Sculpture By The Sea exhibition. Selwood won with his abstract steel construction 'Paradiegma Metaphysic'. ...

Sydney Festival has announced the 2012 program

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Sydney Festival has announced the 2012 program for its next annual three-week celebration, January 7-29. Sydney Festival is an explosion of exceptional theatre, dance, music, exhibitions, film and talks that takes over the city, celebrating uniquely Australian work as well as welcoming companies from all over the world. The Festival prides itself on its free large-scale outdoo...

Nullarbor

Director: Alister Lockhart, Patrick Sarell (CoDirector).
An animated road movie set across the vast and barren landscape of Australia's Nullarbor Plain.

Focus on The Byron Bay Film Festival

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Byron Bay and the northern NSW region are home to a substantial number of filmmakers. In response to this, our inaugural Byron Bay Film Festival in February 2006 focused on screening the back catalogue of our local filmmakers' work plus other Australian films.  However, the immediate and enthusiastic audience feedback from this festival motivated the management team to expand the screenings to include international films, a positive drawcard for an expanding international audience. In 20...

Bran Nue Dae Rocks and Rolls

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Falling in love with Bran Nue Daeby Ron GilbertJust to be teenager again and with music to make your hearbeat faster. From the opening scene you know that you will be in store for areal treat. Even though I was unfamiliar as to the origins of this film, I couldimmediately see why it was such a big hit as a staged musical.Bran Nue Dae has a long and influential history in Australia.Set in the summer of 1969The story was inspired by the teenage experiences of writer/musician Jimmy Chi and the memb...

Done Cannes, Berlin, Venice and Sundance. Now Dun-gog.

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Festival Launches Speed Auditions. Three year old Dungog, the youngest but increasingly popular newcomer on the Australian film festival circuit, is fast becoming a favourite of industry, public and locals in this rural community three and a half hours from Sydney. This is winemaking, farming and mining country – ensuring spirits are well lubricated, bodies well-fed and, due to distance between venues, well-exercised. Sponsorship by the state (New South Wales) mining council ensures that open...

Speed Auditioning finalists selected for Dungog debut

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Following on from a Sydney audition earlier this month that was attended by hundreds of budding actors, ten finalists from the Dungog Film Festival’s Screenwise Speed Auditioning initiative have now been selected.The ten NSW finalists who will be heading to the Dungog Film Festival nextweekend include: Stephanie Bursill, Emilie Cocquerel, Avril Chestnut, RichardCarwin, Celia Kelly, Madeline Kelly, Camelia Mowbray, Matthew Steele, Debbie Neilson and Andrew Anderson.“Hundreds of applicants par...

DUNGOG FILM FESTIVAL

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DUNGOG FILM  FESTIVAL(DFF) Done Cannes, Berlin, Venice and Sundance. Now Dun-gog. Festival Launches Speed Auditions. Three year old Dungog, the youngest but increasingly popular newcomer on the Australian film festival circuit, is fast becoming a favourite of industry, public and locals in this rural community three and a half hours from Sydney.  This is winemaking, farming and mining country – ensuring spirits are well lubricated, bodies well-fed and, due to distance between venues, well...

Dungog Film Festival wrapped

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3rd Dungog Film Festival May 28 - 31, 2009 ON THE ROAD ... TO STARDOM The 2009 Dungog Film Festival opened with the world premiere of Stone Bros, Richard Frankland's road movie with belly laughs, an attempt to bridge Australia's black / white cultural abyss with comedy. It also signals the Festival's coming of age as a platform to showcase new Australian films, a role that's the mark of a genuinely valuable festival. Andrew L. Urban reports. If you accept that 1...

Dungog Film Festival wrapped

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DUNGOG FILM FESTIVAL 2009 – WRAP3rd Dungog Film Festival May 28 – 31, 2009ON THE ROAD … TO STARDOMThe 2009 Dungog Film Festival opened with the world premiere of Stone Bros, Richard Frankland’s road movie with belly laughs, an attempt to bridge Australia’s black / white cultural abyss with comedy. It also signals the Festival’s coming of age as a platform to showcase new Australian films, a role that’s the mark of a genuinely valuable festival. Andrew L. Urban reports.If you accept...

Dungog Film Festival

The Dungog Film Festival was founded in 2007 to celebrate Australian cinema in a non-competitive environment, strengthen bonds within the film community and to enhance the appreciation of Australian film among a broad film going audience.

Mudfest

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Mudfest or the Mudgee Short Film Festival is held annually in the small rural town of Mudgee NSW Australia. Over $3000 in cash and prizes are on offer for the top films. Open to all short films under 15 minutes in length. Entry is FREE.

Flickerfest 2008 at Bondi Beach

Flickerfest screens the best short films from around the globe under the stars at Australia's famous Bondi Beach. It's Australia's only Academy accredited short film festival.

Dungog Film Festival Wrap

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DUNGOG FILM FESTIVAL 2008 MAKING AN IMPACTBorn in 2007, the Dungog Film Festival has grown in one year from a baby fest with a dozen films and 1,400 visitors, into an adolescent of 80 films and an estimated 4,000 visitors, doubling the population of Dungog for the duration (May 29 – June 1). Andrew L. Urban reports on the world’s biggest showcase of Australian filmmaking centred on the country’s oldest cinema, The James.You may hear extravagant claims about this year’s Dungog Film Festiv...

Dungog Film Festival

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With over 80 films – ranging from world premieres of features to the newest shorts and docos – the Dungog Film Festival (May 29 – June 1) has grown in just one year to be possibly the world’s largest single showcase event for Australian production, says Fest director Allanah Zitserman. And a chance for some cool partying …with help from the likes of soul singer Lisa Hunt. Andrew L. Urban reports.The second Dungog fest opens on Thursday night (May 30) with Peter Duncan’s Unfinished Sk...

Julie Ryan and Jane Yuile as new Directors of the SAFC Board.

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Chair of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC), Cheryl Bart todayannounced that the Premier of South Australia and Minister for the Arts, the Hon Mike Rann MP has appointed Julie Ryan and Jane Yuile as new Directors of the SAFC Board.“I am very pleased to welcome Julie and Jane to the Board of the SAFC. They bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience that I’m sure will prove invaluable to the future direction and continued success of the SAFC. Julie’s appointment demonstra...
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