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New book focuses on film studio

Tuesday, 6th November, 2012

Mayor Wincen Cuy, Sydney University Professor of Architecture Michael Tawa and University of Sydney Business School’s Program Director of Innovation and Enterprise, Dr Richard Seymour looking over the new book released by Sydney University. Mayor Wincen Cuy, Sydney University Professor of Architecture Michael Tawa and University of Sydney Business School’s Program Director of Innovation and Enterprise, Dr Richard Seymour looking over the new book released by Sydney University.

By Emily Roberts

A joint project between City Council and the University of Sydney has led to the release of a new book and the promise of further collaboration.

"Broken Hill Central Power Station: The University of Sydney architecture and enterprise projects" focuses on the future development of Broken Hill Studios.

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MP criticises film prospectus negativity

Wednesday, 4th July, 2012

Local MP John Williams (second from left) with Kevin Humphries and Andrew Stoner during a visit by members of the Nationals Parlimentary team last year, alongside Mayor Wincen Cuy and Council General Manager Frank Zaknich at the film Studios. Local MP John Williams (second from left) with Kevin Humphries and Andrew Stoner during a visit by members of the Nationals Parlimentary team last year, alongside Mayor Wincen Cuy and Council General Manager Frank Zaknich at the film Studios.

By Erica Visser

Local MP John Williams has criticised recent negativity surrounding the Broken Hill Film Studio's $100,000 prospectus.

The Member for Murray-Darling said that it must be taken into account that the State Government contributed a total of $35,000
towards the funding of the prospectus.

Mr Williams also said that councillors who had criticised the sum should have raised their voice when it was voted on early this year.

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Film studio plan

Friday, 18th May, 2012

GRAND PLANS: The studios in the old Central Power Station in Eyre Street could one day be much more than a place to make movies. GRAND PLANS: The studios in the old Central Power Station in Eyre Street could one day be much more than a place to make movies.

City Council has announced an ambitious plan for the new film studios.

This weekend a nation-wide search will begin to find suitable investor partners.

Council will embark on an advertising campaign in some of Australia’s leading newspapers and online to attract suitable enterprises and individuals to build strategic partnerships to help develop, manage and/or operate the multi-million dollar facility.

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