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For years, major South African broadcasters have avoided investing in feature films - a move many local producers claim has prevented the rise of a viable local film industry.
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) estimates that the sum required to put the UK’s heritage 'in good order' over the next 10 years will be nearly GB£4 billion.
When Fatu Feu'u shocked his family and gave up his nice secure job as chief designer for an Auckland textile company in 1988, he was given a farewell gift he still uses today.
The President of the Motion Pictures Association of America says the US entertainment industry will not alter movies or television shows to help the war on terrorism.
Imposing a harsh penalty, a federal judge in New York has sentenced a well-known antiquities dealer to 33 months in prison for dealing in antiquities recently excavated from Egyptian soil.
The organiser of an artists' petition against the US Government's 'war on terror' has said some people were afraid to add their signatures.