Movie Frenzy – the promotion that makes selected recent movies available to rent for $3 or less – is back. Its latest incarnation runs from 1 October to 7 October 2021.
MD Films and artists join this important social issues campaign with donations of 10% to UNICEF and Dubai Cares to speak out against all forms of abuse with a special set of videos, released as NFTs on the Rarible platform.
Amazon has agreed to acquire MGM for US$8.45 billion.
The Xgimi MoGo Pro+ is a full HD (1080p) video projector the size of a water bottle.
Movie Frenzy returns with another chance to watch digitally-delivered movies at cut prices.
ACMI, Australia's national museum of screen culture, has reopened after at $40 million redevelopment.
If you're an Apple TV+ subscriber, Apple has announced to you by email that you're getting the equivalent of a month's worth of credit, each month, until June, in a competitive move that is obviously designed to keep people connected with their Apple TV+ subscriptions.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The world’s largest screen is back in business, with IMAX Melbourne reopening Thursday November 19 with Christopher Nolan’s time-bending TENET on IMAX 1570 Film, as the legendary director intends his blockbuster to be seen.
In what is clearly not a pointless move, Google wants to make a real point of its new Google Play Points program that lets you earn points and rewards for the ways you already use Google Play - and it's free to join with no monthly fees.
Tubi is billed as "the world's largest ad-supported video on demand service with over 20,000 movies and TV shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio" and is available to stream on more than 25 types of devices, with the company recording impressive growth over the last year.
Hundreds of movies are available for purchase at low prices for the next week.
Foxtel has announced "a further step in its major refresh of Entertainment and Movies channels" and is proving this with a coming December 17 launch of two new FOX-branded Entertainment channels – FOX SLEUTH and FOX SCI FI.
Foxtel and NBCUniversal Global Distribution & International (NBCU) have announced completion of "a new, multi-year agreement covering movies, drama, comedy, entertainment, reality and news for the Foxtel Group’s broadcast, on demand and streaming platforms."
Broadcaster Foxtel has extended its partnership with CommScope, selecting the broadband services provider to deliver its New Foxtel Experience to subscribers of its TV and on-demand movie services across Australia.
Alvy Ray Smith is one of the living legends of our modern age, and his talk at the University of Sydney was a fascinating look at the history of the pixel, graphics, Pixar and plenty more.
Apple's long-awaited video streaming service is expected to debut on 25 March, which will be 26 March for Australians, but the event should be about much more than movies and TV.
Amazon is trumpeting advance showings of the forthcoming Aquaman movie – but Australian Amazon Prime members will miss out.
The Dendy Direct video on demand service is shutting up shop.
We're already six days into February, and a whole stack of Netflix content has either dropped, like the stunning, must-watch Altered Carbon, to the surprise release of The Cloverfield Paradox, and more.
With Amazon having finally gone live in Australia last week, its Fire TV Stick has been on sale down under, too.
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