Archive | April, 2010
Next stop…Melbourne!

Next stop…Melbourne!

On Monday, the Tim Burton exhibition closed its doors at New York’s The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) which means one very important thing…next stop, Melbourne! 

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Creating Mary and Max: The Exhibition

Creating Mary and Max: The Exhibition

When production wrapped up on the stop-motion animation film Mary and Max, Melodrama Pictures and writer/director Adam Elliot had to decide what to do with the enormous amount of material in their studio, which they had to vacate.

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Filming in Moyne Shire

Filming in Moyne Shire

The crew from the ACMI In the Regions project recently visited the towns of Caramut, Port Fairy and Yambuk in Moyne Shire, south western Victoria. When we could get them off the Yambuk Slide, they filed this report.

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Creativity in clay

Creativity in clay

To coincide with Mary and Max: The Exhibition, we asked you to put your creative skills to the test in our Create a Character Competition. We’ve received some fabulous entries so far, such as ‘King Marbo’ by 9-year-old Lachie.

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Who says it’s hard to make friends?

Who says it’s hard to make friends?

There are certainly enough hot tips about the place to suggest that it’s difficult to make friends. How to Win Friends and Influence People, one of the most famous self-help books of all time, has sold 15 million copies worldwide. 

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Festivals flourishing, but on shifting sands

Festivals flourishing, but on shifting sands

The Australian film festival circuit is about to launch into ‘production mode’ and recent developments can’t help but get the mind speculating as to what kind of cycle we’re about to enter into: a cycle that will set the screen culture scene for at the next four to six years at the very least.

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