“I’ve never seen a lot of men in these conversations about sustainability.”
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by David Knox
4h ago
Sustainable Screens Australia is nearing its first birthday and on the hunt for its first Board members. But the Not for Profit body is somewhat perplexed… where are all the men? The organisation which was founded by three industry women -Anna Kaplan (Regen Studios), Tanzy Owen (formerly Endemol Shine Australia) and Art Department / Producer Jennifer McAuliffe – with 5 female directors on its interim Board and 3 women of 4 employees. “My sense is that women have a sense of care for people and for place. We understand it, it’s almost like a mothering, I guess, of the Earth,” executive director ..read more
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Sophie, Troy win Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars.
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by David Knox
4h ago
Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars last night awarded NSW’s Sophie Hood and Victorian Troy Benjamin (Team Gordon) with $250,000 each and a year’s worth of business mentorship. Troy Benjamin won chef Gordon Ramsay over with his Indigenous tea product Blak Brews, defeating finalist Aaron from South Australia who created cocktails in a bag, MXTology. Sophie Hood convinced Janine Allis with her hangover relief Seoul Tonic, edging out WA stepfather Mason and his event-friendly health drinks Kommunity Brew. All four finalists were beverage products despite the series choosing 14 products across food and dr ..read more
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10 and Lisa Wilkinson apart on legal costs
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by David Knox
4h ago
The likelihood of Lisa Wilkinson returning to 10 seems further out of reach with reports the former Project host and network are unable to agree on costs following the Bruce Lehrmann defamation case. Wilkinson hired her own legal defence headed by Sydney defamation silk Sue Chrysanthou, SC, instead of being represented by 10’s team. In February Federal Court Justice Michael Lee ruled it was reasonable for her to brief a separate team of lawyers. But the amount was left unresolved until the case concluded. 10 earlier this year agreed to pay “reasonable” costs for her team. In October, those le ..read more
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Australian Story: April 29
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by David Knox
4h ago
Australian Story meets a 2012 Farmer Wants a Wife ‘winner’ and Mrs Australia winner who has turned her talents to writing and starring in a feature film Just a Farmer, alongside Joel Jackson, Robert Taylor, Damian Walshe-Howling and Susan Prior. The film directed by Simon Lyndon just earned a shout-out from Hugh Jackman on Instagram. Leila McDougall, who has also appeared on Today Extra. Off the page, Leila McDougall’s life reads like a blockbuster, full of obstacles, adversity, triumph, loss and love. The young farmer from Victoria has overcome dyslexia, beaten cancer, won Mrs Australia and ..read more
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Shelter: May highlights
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by David Knox
4h ago
Wander alongside architect Balkrishna Doshi and stroll within a stunning rooftop art exhibit created in homage to Le Corbusier’s iconic La Cité Radieuse this May on Shelter. The Promise (90 mins) Germany & India 2023 (Available May 6) Join renowned architect Balkrishna Doshi on an illuminating and meditative career retrospective, as he revisits his most iconic works and designs. As one of India’s most influential architects of the 20th century and recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize: Doshi and his practice Vastu-Shilpa has a portfolio spanning over 70 years, that includes collab ..read more
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Renewed: For All Mankind, new spin-off Star City.
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by David Knox
4h ago
Apple TV+ has renewed space drama series For All Mankind for a fifth season. Additionally  creators Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi will expand to a spinoff series, Star City, which will be show run by Nedivi and Wolpert. “Our fascination with the Soviet space program has grown with every season of For All Mankind,” said executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. “The more we learned about this secret city in the forests outside Moscow where the Soviet cosmonauts and engineers worked and lived, the more we wanted to tell this story of the other side of the space race ..read more
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Gogglebox
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by David Knox
10h ago
Season finale reviews I’m a Celebrity, MasterChef, Real Housewives, Insight, Heartbreak High. 8:40pm Thursday on 10. Hotel Portofino They Shall Not Grow Old Dead Boy Detectives MasterChef Australia Blue Lights ..read more
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Planet America: April 24
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by David Knox
16h ago
Tonight on Planet America… ‘Catch and Kill’ – A tabloid king takes the stand in Trump’s hush money trial. Plus Speaker Mike Johnson risks his job to stand up for Ukraine. 10:05 pm tonight on ABC ..read more
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Gallery: Screen Queensland Studios open in Cairns
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by David Knox
16h ago
Screen Queensland Studios have opened for business today in Portsmith, Cairns, as a significant milestone in Far North Queensland as a vital new hub. In attendance were Arts Minister Leeanne Enoch and Curtis Pitt MP alongside Screen Queensland CEO Jacqui Feeney, Screen Queensland Board Member Aaron Fa’Aoso, and local Elders Professor Henrietta Marrie and Teresa Dewars. The site comprises a 1,070 sq metre sound stage, production offices, editing suites, a sound recording studio, construction and wardrobe spaces, as well as an event space. The Queensland Government invested $12.6 million in ..read more
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Vale: Terry Carter
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by David Knox
18h ago
US actor Terry Carter, best known for Battlestar Galactica and McCloud, has died aged 95. He died on Tuesday at his home in New York City, his son confirmed. Carter featured as Sergeant Joe Broadhurst in the detective series McCloud from 1970 to 1977. But he is also remembered for Colonel Tigh in the original Battlestar Galactica, second-in-command of the starship fleet across 1978-79. He reprised the role in the 1978 Battlestar Galactica film, written by Glen A. Larson and directed by Richard A. Colla. Carter was one of the first Black actors as a regular on a TV sitcom series, in the role o ..read more
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