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This week the box office sees old favourites – and old fears – re-emerging to draw out the crowds.
Think you know Japanese cinema? Now in its 23rd year, the Japanese Film Festival will entertain and educate by reviving the old and introducing the new.
Sydney Film Festival marketing head leaves a few reflections as he jets off to his new job at the world's biggest queer film festival.
Palace's flagship Italian Film Festival is days away, Downton Abbey is calling the fans, and Animals, possibly an Australian bestie classic, is out this weekend.
Nick Robinson's latest environmental documentary puts the iMax screen to stunning use as it celebrates the Australian landscape.
Meg Mundell's latest novel has been picked up for a big TV adaptation. What does this mean for the writer and her story?
Australia's short filmmakers should scurry to be part of this important launchpad for their bite-sized stories.
A remarkable bunch of feature films are in competition this year, as teams wrestle with complexity, authenticity, sentiment and sheer sass.
IT: Chapter Two goes out wide, The Nightingale sings quietly together with Angel of Mine, The Australian Dream, Danger Close and Palm Beach.
A rich, detailed world of female friendship and a waning party vibe are key pleasures in Sophie Hyde's latest feature.
Originally trained as an actor, film director Kim Farrant shares deep wisdom about getting the best from performers.
From exhibitions about BFF, contractors announced for Sydney Modern and Australian Museum, Feminist Writers Festival, and this week's opportunities.
It is almost impossible, unless you got all VR, to avoid the use of a lens. Their effects are things of wonder according to Newton Thomas Sigel.
Danger Close raises provocative questions about the construction of a modern war film. Here's military scholar Tom Sears from the Australian Defence Forces Academy.
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International stars Noomi Rapace and Yvonne Strahovski are the greatest assets in this Australian intimacy thriller, writes Adrian Martin.
Paranormal ABC thrills, voyeuristic couch-critics, hot craft competition and a very useful podcast from Screen Australia.
Nothing comes easy, especially with disabilities art. Three international leaders talk about the burdens and wins of activism, visibility, failure and collaboration as pathways to greater inclusion.
How will theatre company Back to Back adjust its joyful collective work to the sad disciplines of cinema development? They are about to find out.
Australian films hold their line but there are no charges to glory. Not even from the war film lovers.
The CinefestOz finalists for 2019 were a pretty good batch, with a family film about joy and optimism comes through on top as life imitates art.
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