February 2008
Inside Film;Feb2008, Issue 106, p06
This section offers news briefs on the Australian film industry. Debbie Lee, former commissioning editor of drama/comedy at SBS Independent, has joined ABC TV as an executive producer for Arts, Entertainment and Comedy department. BBC Motion Gallery has tied up a deal with ABC TV for two short series, "World Wonders" and "Days That Shook the World: Into the 21st Century." Deidre McClelland was appointed senior colourist by the Digital Film Centre of Digital Pictures Melbourne.


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