Monday, 2 July 2012

Katy Perry, Part Of Me in Sydney Australia

Via Flickr:
Katy Perry 'Part Of Me' movie premiere in Sydney, Australia

Tonight Katy Perry walked the red carpet in Sydney, Australia, as she premiered her new movie 'Part Of Me'.

Hundreds of fans and dozens of news media were on had to witness the star promoting her new movie.

Yes, there's the element of Katy getting over ex Russell Brand, and so much more.

The movie sees Katy eclipse her already mega national and international success and early reports indicates the movie has won over fans and critics alike. Go girl.

News Update:

Katy Perry plans career break...

Singer and buddy actor, Katy Perry, is planning to take a break from her busy career to cope with the split from husband Russell Brand.

"I'm going to go into major hiding. I think I'll have to after this movie comes out. I am going to get a globe and spin it and point my finger at a place and then head there. I have always wanted to do that since I was a little kid".

The singer reportedly also told her entourage the same thing.

Katy Perry: Part Of Me - credits...

Directors: Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz

Stars: Katy Perry, Shannon Woodward and Lucas Kerr

Katy Perry - Herself

Shannon Woodward - Herself

Lucas Kerr - Boyfriend

Rachael Markarian - Herself

Mia Moretti - Herself

Glen Ballard Himself


Katy Perry 'Part Of Me' official website

Katy Perry official website

Paramount Pictures Australia

Event Cinemas

Eva Rinaldi Photography

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr

Music News Australia

Katy Perry: Part of Me | Sydney Premiere

A motion picture event movie, KATY PERRY: PART OF ME 3D is a backstage pass, front row seat and intimate look at the fun, glamorous, heartbreaking, inspiring, crazy, magical, passionate, and honest mad diary of Katy both on and off the stage.

KATY PERRY: PART OF ME 3D is out today!

some great footage check it out


Organisers of the recently established Natalie Miller Fellowship are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the inaugural
2012 grant of $10,000 for experienced and entrepreneurial Australian women working in the screen industries.

The Fellowship aims to assist women who have demonstrated initiative, entrepreneurship and excellence. Each applicant is required to have a professional development proposal that would assist her to reach her full potential.

The Natalie Miller Fellowship is open to any woman already working in the Australian screen industry, who has the potential to inspire and provide leadership. While the grant is not available for production investment, the Fellowship encourages applications from producers, distributors, exhibitors, businesswomen, entrepreneurs and others, who are seeking financial assistance in pursuing professional development in their field through attachments, internships, secondments, travel, and other means.

The Fellowship was founded in recognition of the unique contribution of Natalie Miller OAM, an inspiring mentor and role model who continues to make an enormous contribution to film distribution, exhibition and production.

Natalie is a pioneer of Australian arthouse cinema and a visionary distributor. In 1984 Natalie took over the Longford cinema in Melbourne's South Yarra and established it as one of the first arthouse cinemas in Australia. She is best known as the co-founder of the iconic Cinema Nova in Melbourne and as the founder of distribution house Sharmill Films.

Natalie was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in 2001 for her services to the film industry in the production, distribution and exhibition of quality films, and a Chevalier in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government in 2003, only one of a handful of Australians to receive this honour.

Natalie has made valuable and long-term contributions as a board/committee member of a number of key film industry and cultural organisations, including the Women's Film Fund of the Australian Film Commission, Film Victoria, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, the Australian Film Institute, Women in Film and Television, the National Association of Cinema Operators, and the Swinburne and VCA Schools of Film and Television.

Applications for the Natalie Miller Fellowship grant will close on 14 September and the recipient will be announced in November 2012.

Visit the website for guidelines and an applications form: