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It's yet another canny campaign to get people talking about Australian films. But this one promises the winners a festival screening at the Adelaide Film Festival in a unique example of audience curation.
Key film is Brothers' Nest, a new Australian film in which Kenny turns very, very bad, but there's lots of smaller films. And streaming to keep you warm inside.
The producer of 'Get Out' and 'The Purge' teamed up with local outfit Goalpost Pictures to make Sci-Fi thriller 'Upgrade' - and broke through in the US.
French law seems to steal Terry Gilliam's film in a case of legalised theft, in defiance of all reason.
Incredibles on the rampage, while modern Indian women rattle families in the multiplexes.
The Australian awards at SFF point to rising production companies and directors raring to grab their first features. Time to bust out of some traps.
‘Eat the Rich, Repair the Past, Open Source Everything.’ Video artists Soda_Jerk talk about TERROR NULLIUS: A Political Revenge Fable.
The arts bureaucrats keep hustling for greatness. Does it work? In screen at least, the festival directors have serious reservations.
Tasmanian artists are increasingly exploring themes which speak to contemporary life, including the island's history of protest and activism.
Upgrade not scarey, Hereditary, take your tranks. And get ready for the holiday flicks. Also, good TV which contains... scariness!
2018 Lexus Short Film Fellows more interested in life beyond the edge than suburbia.
Due out on wide release this weekend, Upgrade is doing fine in the US as a specialty release taster for VOD.
From artists to museum directors, screen producers, publishers and arts patrons – we take a look at who was honoured this year.
What's it got in its pocketses? Steam engines and a monstrous, mobile City of London.
Sydney film tribe proves that once again it is classy on the inside even if it looked a bit bedraggled after a classic June downpour.
How do you select the finalists for a short film competition when you have almost 2000 entries to choose from? That was the challenge facing Richard Moore, curator of the Short Cuts Film Festival.
Steeped in culture, Screenhub's new journalist reckons that Phryne Fisher is the closest thing we have to a superhero. How does she claim her right to the red carpet and the silver screen?
Not just a bunch of lively movies from horror to hilarious Grande Dames, we have streaming treats as well.
Breath bubbles along, while a pair of small films geared to female audiences are doing just fine.
Wildlife has all the indicators of a really satisfying experience steeped in traditional ideas of cinematic quality
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