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Mary Poppins sweeps Helpmann Awards

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Mary Poppins was the big winner at last night's Helpmann Awards.

It won best musical, best male and female actors in a musical for its leads Matt Lee and Verity Hunt-Ballard, best direction and choreography of a musical, best sound design and best music direction.

Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush won the top acting awards. Blanchett won best female actor for her turn in the Sydney Theatre Company's play Uncle Vanya. Rush won the award for the best male actor for his role in the play The Diary Of A Madman, which picked up three awards, including best play director for Neil Armfield and best original score.

The Belvoir Theatre's The Wild Duck was named best play, with its supporting male and female actors, Anthony Phelan and Anita Hegh, winning in their categories.

The JC Williamson Award, recognising outstanding contribution to Australia's live performance industry, went to Jill Perryman, Toni Lamond and Nancye Hayes.

Hollywood studios win piracy battle

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Britain's biggest internet service provider, BT, has been ordered to block a website which provides links to pirated movies. Read about the landmark copyright case here, brought to the courts by Hollywood studios, here.

Aussie films make the cut for Toronto

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Fred Schepisi’s The Eye of the Storm, Daniel Nettheim’s The Hunter and Jonathan Teplitzky’s Burning Man have been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival –  widely considered a “launching pad” into the North American market.

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The Inaugural Equity Awards Presentation

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Last night the inaugural Equity Awards, hosted by Equity president Simon Burke, were held at the Ivy Penthouse in Sydney’s CBD. The cast members of Rake and The Librarians received their awards in front of 100 Australian performers, industry leaders and Equity members. The Equity Awards recognise outstanding performances by an ensemble in a comedy series and in a drama series.

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