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Showing all Film news in Features
Not just a fascinating look a Australia's cinema, the David Stratton film confronted daunting script and structural problems.
Tania Nehme, the editor of Tanna, sent a lovely email to friends last week about LA just before the Oscars.
The last Real Weekend before the Oscars announcement.
Martin Butler and Bentley Dean put their names to passionate letter signed by all the nominees for the Foreign Language Oscar.
Some gently quiet victories but no upsets for the Australians while chaos reigned at the climax.
Which categories get an Australian film tragic’s heart racing for Oscars 2017? Can any of the Hacksaw Ridge, Lion and Tanna nominees win?
Bookmakers beat critics when it comes to making Oscars predictions. It's nine years since they have been wrong.
The films and the trailers, including Ildikó Enyedi, Agnieszka Holland and Aki Kaurismaki - in a small compendium of future pleasures. And some tough films about kids.
Lion continues to dominate its niche in the box office.
The Screen Australia film development announcement tells us trends, directions and slates as the sector struggles for international attention.
Lion purrs in UK, paces den in US, has become part of life in Australia.
As the moths circle the flame we ask who won? Who are they? Where did they come from? Why such determination?
Luke Davies has best adapted script, Dev Patel is best supporting actor, while Hacksaw Ridge has best editing.
A Melbourne artist has challenged the dominant myth of Hanging Rock by raising uncomfortable questions about actual losses and traumas.
From development hell to sweet victory with Sundance reviews, Joe Weatherstone and Lisa Shaunessy seize the day.
It is impossible to stop Tropfest, though the gods of chance and chaos and funding have tried. This year the whole thing has been physically transplanted.
A new smart phone app will allow cinema goers to pay less to see less popular films, so tentpole films can cost more than local indies.
Lion has taken at least $62m around the world and is about to beat La La Land in Australia.
Garth Davis, director of Lion, has the Directors' Guild of America award for best first time feature director.
Far from the cold touch of official approval, nine diverse Chinese films by emerging directors slip into a campus-based festival tour as they vie for the Golden Koala Awards.
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