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Nominate a Venue for MANHATTAN SHORT 2016

Between September 23 and October 2, 2016 over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in Cinemas, Museums and Universities for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. MANHATTAN SHORT is totally people powered. If there's not a venue near you hosting the Festival, and you know of a venue that should be, then let us know by filling in the form at the Nominate a Venue link and we'll be in touch with that...

Thor mania smashes into Sydney premier, by Eva Rinaldi - 17th April 2011

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 Thor, Photography Eva Rinaldi: Thor Premier Sydney Australia Thor mania, a big part of the Marvel Universe, smashed its way into the George St, Sydney Event Cinema tonight in front of hundreds of Marvel-Maniac fans and dozens of just as maniacal Australian photographers and paps. Aussiewood - Hollywood leading man, Aussie born and bred hunk-0-mania Chris Hemsworth is ready to rock, roll, and get all caught up in Stan Lee's Marvel Universe, with Thor, which premiered in Sy...

Russell Brand's Arthur Sydney Premier Inspires "Disadvantaged" Students, by Eva Rinaldi - 14 April 2011

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The talk ofAustralia's entertainment industry for the past weeks has been the long awaitedSydney premier of Jason Winer's 'Arthur' - the remake of the 1981classic which stared Dudley Moore. Staring the everentertaining, funny and oh so controversial Russell Brand, alongside Helen Mirren and Jennifer Garner, the flick hasalready been predicted by numerous insiders to be in line for a number ofOscars. For me this ismuch more than just another run of the mill movie write up. I've got a bitof...
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