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Macquarie Group CEO Nicholas Moore is the new chair of Screen Australia.
The post had been vacant since Glen Boreham.s term expired last June. Deanne Weir had been acting chair.
Attorney-General George Brandis said Moore is a .distinguished Australian with extensive financial and business management credentials. With over twenty years of experience in leadership roles in financial services, infrastructure and the media, he will bring an exceptional set of skills to the Screen Australia board.
.His business success and standing in the global business community will strengthen confidence and investment in a competitive and rapidly changing screen sector. He will help Screen Australia ensure Australian production companies achieve commercial success while continuing to engage audiences both here and abroad..
Moore has been a member of numerous boards relating to Macquarie.s asset management business including Southern Cross Media Group. He is a director of Macquarie Group and the Centre for Independent Studies, »
- Staff writer
In the costly battle of the interviews with the Lindt Café siege survivors, 60 Minutes came out on top with 1.95 million, ahead of Seven News: Inside the Siege, which had 1.62 million.
Produced by Michael Cordell, Claudia Karvan and Paul Bennett for Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder, the two-part House of Hancock stars Mandy McElhinney as Gina Rinehart, Sam Neill as Lang Hancock and Peta Sergeant as Rose Lacson. It tells the true story of the Hancock dynasty and the bizarre love triangle that emerged between Lang (Neill), his daughter Gina (McElhinney) and his Filipina housekeeper Rose (Sergeant).
Based on a Sony Pictures TV format and produced by Shine Australia, Shark Tank hooked »
- Don Groves
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