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A fun, colourful, interactive online animation based on the kids' TV program Boohbah, brought to you by the creators of the Teletubbies.
This fun and colourful site contains free step-by-step interactive tutorials on how animation works and how to make your own cartoons. Also features some funny short cartoons, colouring-in pictures, and longer animations.independent games festival
A database of traditional stop motion. all the greats are here.
The daily news and jobs service for the Australian film and television industries.
Australian Film Organisations
SPAA (Screen Producers Association of Australia) is the industry association of the Australian independent film and television industry. It represents the interests of producers on issues that affect the business and creative aspects of screen production. It has a conference every year in November.
Film Australia: A catalogue of television and film videos available for schools, with online teacher support materials.
Film Ballarat & Beyond is an initiative to promote film and television production in regional Victoria - backed by strong community support, easy access to locations and co-operation between six film-friendly councils. Includes important information, news and links for filmmakers looking to film in regional Victoria.
Capture Wales Project - Digital Storytelling from Wales. You can watch a selection of stories from the project online.
The original Centre for Digital Storytelling in California, USA.
Digital Clubhouse Network - a non-profit organisation that produces Digital Storytelling projects in the US.
http://australianscreen.com.au/ Australia's audiovisual heritage online
http://www.bonza.rmit.edu.au/A searchable database of Australian and New Zealand cinema compiled by RMIT students.
http://www.tvmem.com/OZST/index.htm A discography of soundtracks and associated recordings relating to Australian film and television
http://www.allmovie.com/ All Movie Guide
http://www.imdb.com/ Internet Movie Database
http://www.urbancinefile.com.au/ Urban Cinefile
http://webview.bfi.hostedbyfdi.net/webview/ BFI Database
http://www.classicmoviemusicals.com/ Classic Movie Musicals
http://www.wmm.com/ Women Make Movies
http://www.bcdb.com/ The Big Cartoon Database
http://www.dianying.com/en Chinese Movie Database
http://www.hkmdb.com/ Hong Kong Movie Database
http://www.nfsa.gov.au/the_collection/ National Film and Sound Archive (Australia)
http://www.britmovie.co.uk/ Dedicated to British Cinema
http://www.asianfilms.org/country2.php?regionid=1&countryid=3 Japan on Film
http://www.midnighteye.com/index.php The Latest and Best in Japanese Cinema
http://www.filmsite.org/ The Greatest Films - Classic Hollywood to 1970s
http://www.greatestfilms.org/ The Greatest Films - Classic Hollywood to 1970s
http://www.documentaryfilms.net/ Documentary Films
http://www.documentaryservice.org/ Documentary Service - search
More than 100 years of film sizes - a history of filmmaking.
Film Journals & Magazines
A national guide to screen events across Australia - you can submit your own event for publication.
Online film journal with in-depth articles, 'top 10' lists, reviews, Great Directors database, information on Australian and international film festivals, and selected film screenings in Melbourne.
Online journal based at LaTrobe University, Melbourne.
http://www.brightlightsfilm.com/ Bright Lights Film Journal
International Film Organisations
This UK site has a comprehensive list of films that can be used in schools. Films are categorised according to age levels. 'Primary Resources' has an extensive list of topics and films with classroom activities.
British Film Institute: An extensive website with lots of links and some good free online resources.
A comprehensive collection of resources relating to women in film in Europe, including Women's film associations, filmarchives and cinematheques, libraries, databases, universities and research departments, distributors, production companies, programmers, training institutions, financial support, experts, press and other resources of information.