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The Australian federal government has extended two key film and funding initiatives. These are expected to help the country’s screen production sector remain active and continue to recover from the...

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“This is a watershed moment,” comments LPA chief executive officer Evelyn Richardson. “Our industry has worked with all governments to get our people back to work, our shows back on stage and touring....

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Again, Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music and the myriad streaming brands powered the market, posting total growth of 14% in 2020, for income of A$ 362 million ($ 275 million). If there’s one sour...

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The U.K. is stepping up its awareness of bullying, harassment and racism in the workplace, with a renewed industry-wide drive to educate employers across the screen sectors of best practice methods. The...

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“Rihanna!” Carey tweeted. “Happy birthday girl! I hope you’re feeling festive as always.. wherever you are!!!! Love you gorgeous!!!!!!” “Happy ri day,” Meg posted...

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2020 has been a bad year for brides (and grooms, and florists, and caterers, and musicians, and those who run wedding venues etc…) but what endless painful postponements have provided is time to...

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Large parts of South Korea’s entertainment industry are reeling as the national government put capital city Seoul on the country’s second highest virus response footing. Concerts, award shows and...

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For the Andalusian audiovisual industry, the positive side of the pandemic was a move without precedent: The coalescence of all its sectors under the umbrella Plataforma del Audiovisual Andaluz. The PPA...

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Launched in 1998 to promote Spanish cinema, the Malaga Festival once promised a fantastic shot of Spring sunshine, a competition whose winners were maybe unlucky not to get to Cannes, an annual state of...

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To be a celebrity is essentially to be a brand, whether or not you actually have one — and Paris Hilton oversees an entire empire. But the new documentary This Is Paris suggests that the public persona...