It took a role in RoboCop for Abbie Cornish to finally gain her brother’s respect.
Netflix could shake up the Australian video streaming market if it ever chooses to enter, analysts told Computerworld Australia.
The cable channel FOX8 has signed on as the Australian broadcaster of the television adaptation of the mega-hit game Angry Birds.
A series of emails between The Hobbit’s film company and the New Zealand government reveal Australia had been mentioned during simmering union tensions in the lead-up to filming.
South Melbourne is turning into Australia’s own Hollywood as US special effects wizards Luma Pictures opens its first overseas studio in the suburb.
The great battle with the internet is on as TV networks struggle to hold on to viewers.
Traders in Acland Street say they fear a council ruling banning amplified music outdoors will erode the character of one of Melbourne’s famous tourist strips.
While TV executives watched with interest the final spin of the barrel in the game of Russian Roulette between Nine Entertainment’s secured creditors, its management and Goldman Sachs over the future of the network, they also pored over the ratings of the six-time Emmy award winner Homeland, which screened on Ten Network last night.
Hoyts will soon have three platforms for its movies, launching its own streaming service in early 2013 with Hoyts Stream.
An array of new choices – Google TV, Apple TV, and internet TV – is reshaping the market.