After months of procrastination, Aussie networks have finally embraced the Internet as a key part of their advertising and delivery strategies.
Australia's film industry is facing the prospect of empty studios, heavy job losses and the closure of some of its small post-production houses as international shoots have dried up.
Dean Craig, scribe of 2007's "Death at a Funeral," turns his pen to Down Under weddings in the Screen Australia-backed "A Few Best Men."
The Sydney Film Festival has tapped Aussie producer Jan Chapman ("The Piano," "Bright Star") to be the fest's jury prexy.
Seven Network's unusual merger with heavy equipment firm WesTrac has cleared the final hurdle with the Australian Federal Court approving the deal.
You might have to watch Samsung's 3D TV wearing a crash helmet and seatbelt.
Hoyts' exec Matthew Liebmann has joined the board of Oz promo and funding org, Screen Australia.
Seven Group shareholders have voted overwhelmingly to approve the media orgs unlikely merger with heavy equipment firm Westrac to form a new entity, Seven Group Holdings.
HBO's mini "The Pacific" was originally only set to lense 3% Down Under, but the production team decided to shoot 80% in the country -- the appeal of Oz's southern state of Victoria was the deal…
Australia's obsession with true crime is keeping auds amused -- and lawyers busy.
Domestic Film DAILY
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$4.2M Cumulative:$53.1M Warner Brothers 8.39%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.8M Cumulative:$37.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation 25.59%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$55.5M Universal Pictures 30.22%